NFL schedule 2018: The Road Tests of 2018
The NFL has revealed the schedule for the 2018 season.
This year’s schedule includes three home playoff games against NFC teams and one against the AFC West.
Here’s what to look out for.
The schedule was released Tuesday morning, the same day the NFL announced the 2017 season schedule.
The 2018 schedule is the fourth consecutive season that the league has played in Atlanta, Cincinnati, Houston and Pittsburgh.
The two playoff games are the first since the NFL began playing in Atlanta in 1970.
The teams that will be playing in the playoffs will be the NFC West champions and AFC West champions.
The NFC West and AFC will face off in four-team playoff matches.
The AFC West and NFC will play four-game series with a bye week.
The AFC West will play the Seahawks, 49ers, Cowboys, Broncos and Patriots in the first game of the four-way tiebreaker round.
The Patriots and Seahawks will play three games in the same week.
The Seahawks and Cowboys will face each other in the AFC Wild Card Round.
The Seahawks will travel to Arizona to play the Cardinals in the second game of that series.
The Chargers will visit Denver in the third game of a four-week series.
The Patriots will visit Pittsburgh to play its AFC North rivals in the fourth game of an eight-game division series.
In the fourth week of the postseason, the NFC East and NFC West will battle in a three-game playoff series.
This series will include three games played at home.
The divisional round will feature two playoff matchups in Atlanta and Philadelphia.
The Eagles will travel across the country to play in the NFC Championship Game.
The Steelers will visit Green Bay to play a rematch of the AFC Championship Game, and the Packers will face the Packers in the divisional wild card round.
The NFC Championship game will be played in a doubleheader format with the Eagles playing the Bears in the rematch of a Super Bowl rematch, and on the night of the NFC championship game, the Patriots will play at home in the wild card game.
The wild card rounds will feature one team playing its first regular season game at home and the other playing its third regular season contest at home, and a fourth wild card contest will feature a fourth home game against the loser of the first two.
The third and fourth wild cards will be decided by a one-game tiebreaker between the two teams.
In addition to the four regular season games, the 2018 schedule will also feature the following playoff games:AFC Wild Card: at Carolina Panthers (10:00 p.m., NBC), at New England Patriots (11:00 a.m.), at Seattle Seahawks (12:00 noon), at Tennessee Titans (12.00 p, Fox), vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (1:00 4 p, ESPN), vs in Cincinnati Bengals (1.00 6 p, NBC), vs at Atlanta Falcons (2:00 6:30 p, FOX), vs Houston Texans (2.00 9 p, CBS), at Indianapolis Colts (2 2:00 10 p, NFL Network), at Green Bay Packers (2 3:00 11 p, TSN).
NFC Championship: at Dallas Cowboys (3:00 7 p, ABC), vs New Orleans Saints (3.00 8 p, PBS), vs Carolina Panthers, vs Philadelphia Eagles (3 4:00 9:00, CBS).
NFC Wild Card (if necessary): at Denver Broncos (4:00 8:30 a.