The time has arrived, playoff football has once again returned to Philadelphia.
It’s Divisional Round weekend across the NFL, but only eight teams remain standing. Two teams are taking their first steps toward a Super Bowl, while the rest are rumbling into this weekend having battered their way out of the Wild Card round.
Kansas City is up first, kicking off its Super Bowl hopes on Saturday afternoon thus starting the weekend of action. They’ll take on the Jacksonville Jaguars, who join the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, and Cincinnati Bengals as teams that played last week.
There’s a final team in that group, on that is is the most important to Eagles fans this weekend. Divisional Round weekend is truly living up to its name, as the New York Giants are rolling into Lincoln Financial to try and pull off an upset over the top-seeded team in the conference.
You all know who I’m talking about, the respect has already been put on the Eagles name.
What time is the Eagles game today? (Updated January 21st)
There are four games schedule this weekend, and strangely Saturday is the day that will feel most like a traditional Sunday slate. No game will be played at noon this weekend, but the two games that are being played on Saturday will kickoff in the 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm windows, just like the late window and Sunday Night Football games each week.
As stated, the Kansas City Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars will be kicking off in the 4:15 pm ET window with the Philadelphia Eagles getting the primetime slot. Unlike a traditional Sunday, however, the game won’t be on NBC rather it will air on FOX.
- Date: Saturday, January 21st
- Start Time: 8:15 pm ET / 7:15 pm CT
- TV Channel: FOX
- Announcers: Joe Davis, Darryl Johnston
- Live Stream: Fox Sports Go | Fubo.tv
Eagles fans will be hearing FOX’s “B-Team” of announcers, as the A-Team of Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen will be calling the 49ers-Cowboys game on Sunday night.