We’re now down to just four NFL teams left in the quest for Super Bowl 56.
After a Wild Card Weekend that very much lived up to its name, the Divisional Round was even more chaotic.
It began with the AFC’s and NFC’s No. 1 seeds going down Saturday thanks to last-second field goals. The Cincinnati Bengals began the fun with a 19-16 win over the Tennessee Titans, followed by the San Francisco 49ers shocking the Green Bay Packers, 13-10.
Conference Championship Sunday will now feature the Chiefs hosting the Bengals in the AFC, followed by the Rams hosting the 49ers in the NFC as these four teams look to clinch a berth into Super Bowl 56.
This has already been one of the most fun NFL postseasons ever, so here’s to hoping there’s plenty of more fun with three more games left.
Here’s a recap of what you need to know for the 2022 NFL Playoffs.
1. Tennessee Titans 12-5
2. Kansas City Chiefs 12-5
3. Buffalo Bills 11-6
4. Cincinnati Bengals 10-7
5. Las Vegas Raiders 10-7
6. New England Patriots 10-7
7. Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-1
1. Green Bay Packers 13-4
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13-4
3. Dallas Cowboys 12-5
4. Los Angeles Rams 12-5
5. Arizona Cardinals 11-6
6. San Francisco 49ers 10-7
7. Philadelphia Eagles 9-8
Wild Card Round
Saturday, Jan. 15
- Cincinnati Bengals 26, Las Vegas Raiders 19 :)
- Buffalo Bills 47, New England Patriots 17
Sunday, Jan. 16
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Philadelphia Eagles 15
- San Francisco 49ers 23, Dallas Cowboys 17
- Kansas City Chiefs 42, Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Monday, Jan. 17
- Los Angeles Rams 34, Arizona Cardinals 11
Saturday, Jan. 22
- Cincinnati Bengals 19, Tennessee Titans 16 :)
- San Francisco 49ers 13, Green Bay Packers 10
Sunday, Jan. 23
- Los Angeles Rams 30, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27
- Kansas City Chiefs 42, Buffalo Bills 36
Conference Championships Round
Sunday, Jan. 30
- AFC Championship Game: Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs - 3:05 p.m. ET CBS
- NFC Championship Game: San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams - 6:40 p.m. ET Fox
Super Bowl 56
Sunday, Feb. 13
- Super Bowl 56 - 6:30 p.m. ET NBC