It had to be an NFL "dream come true."  The final playoff schedule wasn't decided until nearly the final possession of the last regular season game.  The Philadelphia Eagles filled in the final blank intercepting a Kyle Orton pass with 2 minutes left for a 24-22 win.  That gave the Eagles the NFC East title.  Click to see the playoff matchups and TV schedule.

The playoffs begin this coming weekend with the wild card matchups.  New England, Denver, Seattle and Carolina all have 1st round byes.  Denver and Seattle are the #1 seeds meaning they will play all games at home.

Saturday, January 4

  • Kansas City at Indianapolis 4:35 on NBC
  • New Orleans at Philadelphia 8:10 on NBC

Sunday, January 5

  • San Diego at Cincinnati 1:05 on CBS
  • San Francisco at Green Bay 4:40 on FOX
Following the wild card round the Divisional Playoffs begin.  Game times and locations are set although the exact matchups won't be known until 1st round winners are determined.

Saturday, January 11

  • Seattle will host the 1st game at 4:35 on FOX
  • New England hosts the 2nd game at 8:10 on CBS

 Sunday, January 12

  • Carolina will host the 1st game at 1:05 on FOX
  • Denver will host game the 2nd game at 4:40 on CBS
The AFC and NFC Championship games will be played on January 19, times have yet to be determined.  The Superbowl will be played at the Giants' Met Life Stadium February 2 at 6:30.
SOURCE: NFL.com