2013 NFL Playoffs

The 2013 NFL regular season has come to a close. It’s time for playoffs y’all! Now that the holidays are behind us, we’re ready to get down to the nitty gritty of football.


The New England Patriots (12-4), Cincinnati Bengals (11-5), Indianapolis Colts (11-5) and Denver Broncos (13-3) are all division champs. The No. 1 seed Broncos (AFC West Champs) and No. 2 Patriots (AFC East Champs) both have a first round bye and the Bronco get home field advantage.

Kicking off the playoff action in the first AFC wild card game will be the No. 4 seed Colts (AFC South Champs) hosting the No. 5 seed Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) on Saturday at 4:35 ET.

Sunday at 1:05 ET, the No. 3 seed Bengals (AFC North Champs) will host the No. 6 seed San Diego Chargers (9-7).


The Seattle Seahawks (13-3), Carolina Panthers (12-4), Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) and Green Bay Packers (8-7-1) hold the title of champions in their divisions. The No. 1 seed Seahawks (NFC West Champs) and the No. 2 seed Panthers (NFC South Champs) have a first round bye with the Seahawks having home the home field advantage.

The first NFC wild card game will be Saturday at 8:10 ET. The No. 3 seed Philadelphia Eagles (NFC East Champs) will play host to the No. 6 seed New Orleans Saints (11-5).

The No. 4 seed Green Bay Packers (NFC North Champs) will host the No. 5 seed San Francisco 49ers (12-4) on Sunday 4:40 ET.

What are your playoff predictions? Who’s going all the way?
By Sabrina Sales


About Kimberly Michele Durham


Posted on January 5, 2014, in Football, K*Chele Magazine, Sports and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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