There’s nowhere to hide in the NFL with just eight teams remaining in the hunt for the Super Bowl as the playoffs hit the Divisional Round.
Reigning champions Kansas City Chiefs and NFC top dogs Green Bay Packers received a bye through the wildcard round, but they’re being called to action this weekend against stern opposition.
The Chiefs will go into battle against the surprise package of the post-season, Cleveland Browns, who have enjoyed their best campaign since 1994.
Aaron Rodgers will lead the Packers against the LA Rams, but the most spicy encounter of the weekend looks set to go down in New Orleans as Drew Brees’ Saints go up against Tom Brady’s swashbuckling Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up all the upcoming fixtures on TV with UK start times and broadcast details so you don’t miss any of the games that are being shown on this side of the pond.
How to watch NFL in the UK
Sky Sports will show live coverage of games on their dedicated Sky Sports NFL channel and online via the SkyGo app.
NFL Gamepass is one of the most popular ways for UK NFL fans to soak up the action, with almost every game broadcast live on the service which can be viewed on a range of devices.
Channel 5 will broadcast the live Monday Night Football game each week in a major boost for fans wanting to watch free-to-air NFL games.
BBC will only be showing the Super Bowl live this season due to a lack of international games, but the ever-popular trio of Mark Chapman, Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora will be back with an extended Saturday night slot for The NFL Show.
NFL fixtures on TV
All UK time. Provisional dates. Channels TBC.
Wild card round
Saturday 16th January
Sunday 17th January