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Packers path to Super Bowl LIV kicks off Jan. 12; every game on FOX6

The NFL regular season is over, and the field of 12 playoff teams has been set.

The Packers are back in the playoffs after a two-year hiatus and won their first division title since 2016. First-year head coach Matt LaFleur led the team to a 13-3 record and a first-round bye week in the NFC playoffs.

Here’s how the NFL playoff schedule shakes out:

Wild Card Round

Saturday, Jan. 4

No. 5 Buffalo Bills @ No. 4 Houston Texans — Texans advanced, beat Bills 22-19 in overtime

No. 6 Tennessee Titans @ No. 3 New England Patriots — Titans advanced, beat Patriots 20-13

Sunday, Jan. 5

No. 6 Minnesota Vikings @ No. 3 New Orleans Saints — Vikings advanced, beat Saints 26-20 in overtime

No. 5 Seattle Seahawks @ No. 4 Philadelphia Eagles — Seahawks advanced, beat Eagles 17-9

Divisional Round

Saturday, Jan. 11

No. 6 Minnesota Vikings @ No. 1 San Francisco 49ers — 49ers advanced, beat Vikings 27-10

No. 6 Tennessee Titans @ No. 1 Baltimore Ravens — Titans advanced, beat Ravens 28-12

Sunday, Jan. 12

TBD @ No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs — 2:05 p.m. kickoff

TBD @ No. 2 Green Bay Packers — 5:40 p.m. kickoff on FOX6

Championship Round

Sunday, Jan. 19

AFC Championship Game — 2:05 p.m. kickoff

TBD @ No. 1 San Francisco 49ers — 5:40 p.m. kickoff on FOX6

Super Bowl Sunday

Sunday, Feb. 2

Super Bowl LIV — 5:30 p.m. kickoff on FOX6

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