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NFL Playoffs 2017: How to watch Sunday’s Wild Card games

The Lions and Raiders are out. Who will win Sunday’s playoff games in the Wild Card round?

NFL: OCT 16 Steelers at Dolphins Photo by JCS/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

With day one of the Wild Card round behind us, the Raiders and Lions have exited the playoffs. Both teams fared pretty horribly against their competition.

The Raiders fells to the Texans, 27-14, in a game that wasn’t even that close. The Lions lost to the Seahawks 26-6, and that game played out as the score suggests. So far, we’ve yet to see any competitive playoff games. Will that change on Sunday?

Both Reggie Nelson (Raiders) and Marvin Jones (Lions), in their quest for a playoff win since leaving the Bengals, were unable to achieve a win. Nelson’s one playoff win in his career was his rookie season and Jones has still never won in the postseason.

Next up today in the Wild Card round are the Dolphins at the Steelers and then the Giants at the Packers. We can only hope for better and more competitive games than were on display on Saturday.

Here’s the key info to know and how to watch the NFL games on Sunday. Let’s go Dolphins!

No. 6 Miami (10-6) at No. 3 Pittsburgh (11-5)

When: Sunday, Jan. 8

Where: Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Game Time: 1:05 p.m. ET

Online Stream: CBS Sports

Steelers Inactive Players:

  • QB Zach Mettenberger
  • T Brian Mihalik
  • LB Anthony Chickillo
  • DE Ricardo Mathews
  • TE Ladarius Green
  • CB Justin Gilbert
  • S Robert Golden

Dolphins Inactive Players:

  • QB Ryan Tannehill
  • CB Byron Maxwell
  • S A.J. Hendy
  • OT Sam Young
  • TE Thomas Duarte
  • WR Leonte Carroo

*The Dolphins have only 52 men on their roster, so they only have six inactives.

No. 5 N.Y. Giants (11-5) at No. 4 Green Bay (10-6)

When: Sunday, Jan. 8

Where: Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin


Game Time: 4:40 p.m. ET

Online Stream: FOX Sports Live