The NFL playoffs kick off Saturday afternoon with the new 12-team Wild Card round, at which point we’ll start to narrow down the playoff field to the eventual winner of the Lombardi Trophy. The winner will be decided at Super Bowl 55, which takes place Sunday, February 7th at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The final game of what has been an unprecedented season kicks off at approximately 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. As is always the case, the game will actually begin a few minutes after 6:30 with all of the pregame happenings. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will call the game in the booth, while Tracy Wolfson and Jay Feely will serve as the two sideline reporters. Gene Steratore will provide his expertise as the rules analyst.
Most NFL games will run a little over three hours in length. However, the Super Bowl always goes significantly longer due to the numerous commercials and a lengthy halftime show. Things may be a bit different with the COVID-19 pandemic persisting, but we will still be able to enjoy a halftime show headlined by The Weeknd.
Below are the 14 teams with a chance at winning the Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl 55.
- Kansas City Chiefs — have a first-round bye
- Buffalo Bills — host the Colts in the Wild Card round
- Pittsburgh Steelers — host the Browns in the Wild Card round
- Tennessee Titans — host the Ravens in the Wild Card round
- Baltimore Ravens — visit the Titans in the Wild Card round
- Cleveland Browns — visit the Steelers in the Wild Card round
- Indianapolis Colts — visit the Bills in the Wild Card round
- Green Bay Packers — have a first-round bye
- New Orleans Saints — host the Bears in the Wild Card round
- Seattle Seahawks — host the Rams in the Wild Card round
- Washington Football Team — host the Bucs in the Wild Card round
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers — visit Washington in the Wild Card round
- Los Angeles Rams — visit the Seahawks in the Wild Card round
- Chicago Bears — visit the Saints in the Wild Card round
Kansas City Chiefs: +225
Green Bay Packers: +450
Buffalo Bills: +700
New Orleans Saints: +750
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +1000
Baltimore Ravens: +1100
Seattle Seahawks: +1400
Pittsburgh Steelers: +1800
Tennessee Titans: +2800
Los Angeles Rams: +3000
Indianapolis Colts: +4000
Cleveland Browns: +5000
Chicago Bears: +10000
Washington Football Team: +10000