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Action is taken a notch higher as the NFL Playoffs 2021 kicks off this month. January is set on fire as 14 teams vie for the most fancied Super Bowl title to be staged in February. (Photo : Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Action is taken a notch higher as the NFL Playoffs 2021 kicks off this month. January is set on fire as 14 teams vie for the most fancied Super Bowl title to be staged in February. 

The playoff teams– Super Bowl LIV champions Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, Washington Football Team, Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns, and Green Bay Packers are now ready to take flight.

According to the Bleacher Report, the NFL Playoffs will include seven teams from the NFC and AFC. The addition of the three wild card teams will make the NFL Playoffs more interesting. 

Following NFL’s sudden change, only one team from their respective conferences will secure a bye in the first round, compared to the previous rule of having two teams.

Let’s now know who won the wildcard games and the schedule for the NFL Playoffs 2021, where and when to watch, and many more.

Schedules for the 2021 NFL Playoffs

Super Wildcard Weekend Results: January 9 (Saturday)

No. 2 Buffalo Bills defeated No. 7 Indianapolis Colts, 27-24

Bills quarterback Josh Allen was all over the Colts after carrying Buffalo in 26 over 35 pass-completion for 324 yards. The 24-year-old quarterback recorded two touchdowns and zero interceptions. He was also the team’s leader in rushing yards.

In a report by Sporting News, Allen boasted his throwing ability after his wrist-flick pass to Stefon Diggs. Next, Gabriel Davis rushed to catch a bullet pass from Allen, and lastly, Dawson Knox rolled en route to a touchdown pass. This was the Bills’ first playoff appearance since 1995.