After a long 18-week regular season the NFL will enter the Wild Card Weekend, the first round in the playoffs. Six games — three in the NFC and three in the AFC — will be played over three days. The Divisional round is won by the winners, while the losers go home to start their draft preparation.
Wild Card Weekend begins with an intriguing doubleheader. The No. 7 Seattle Seahawks face the No. 2 San Francisco 49ers. In the second game, No. 5 Los Angeles Chargers will face off against the No. 4 Jacksonville Jaguars.
When is the 2023 NFL Wild Card Weekend
The Seattle Seahawks will be traveling south to face San Francisco 49ers in their first Wild Card round game. at 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, January 14. The game will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. FanDuel says the Niners are at 9.5 points ahead.
The Los Angeles Chargers take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second round of the Wild Card Round. 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday, January 14. The game will take place at TIAA Field in Jacksonville, Florida. FanDuel shows that the Chargers are 2.5 points ahead.
How to watch 2023 NFL Wild Card Weekend — Saturday
The first game between Seahawks, Niners and the Seahawks will air on Fox at 4:30 pm ET. Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston and Pam Oliver will be the announcers. You can access the game on your TV or via a device that has internet access at Fox.com and Foxsports.com. Log in to your cable provider to view the live feed.
You can watch the Seahawks vs. 49ers matchup on Fox
The second game between Jaguars & Chargers will air at 8 p.m. NBC at 8.15 p.m. ET. Al Michaels, Tony Dungy and Kaylee Hartung will be the announcers. You can watch the game on your TV or via internet access via NBC.com. Log in to your cable provider to gain full access.
Watch Chargers vs. Jaguars live on NBC
How to stream 2023 NFL Wild Card Weekend – Saturday
You can stream the Seahawks vs. Niners via Fox Now and Fox Sports apps. Both apps can be downloaded from the app store on your smartphone, tablet, or connected device such as an Apple TV or Fire TV. For full access, log into your cable provider.
Stream Seahawks vs. the Niners on Fox Now
Stream Seahawks vs. the Niners on Fox Sports
The NBC Sports App allows you to stream Chargers vs. Jaguars from your connected TV, tablet or laptop via the NBC Sports App. Log in to your cable provider to gain access. Peacock Premium Plus or Peacock Premium Plus streams the game. Premium includes ads and is $5 per month or $50 annually. Premium Plus is ad-free, and costs $10 per monthly or $100 per annum.
Stream Chargers vs. Jaguars at NBC Sports
Jaguars on Peacock vs. Stream Chargers
In addition to cable TV, Fox and NBC can be accessed on subscription live TV streaming services, such as Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Sling TV. Prices will vary depending on what service you choose. Hulu + Live TV is $70 per month, and can be bundled together with ESPN+ or Disney+. Sling TV offers Orange, Blue and Combination packages for $40 each or $55 per months if combined. FuboTV, which costs $70 to $100 per monthly, and YouTube TV (which costs $65 per mo) offer free trials for subscribers so they can test the services before making a commitment long-term.
You can also view playoff games on your tablet or mobile phone via NFL+. Live coverage of regular season and playoff games is available for both local and prime-time viewers. There are two subscription options for NFL+ and NFL+ premium. NFL+ Premium costs $10 per month or $53 per season. NFL+ Premium includes all of NFL+ and All-22 films and costs $10 per month or $25 per season.
NFL Wild Card Weekend streaming on NFL+
Meet the teams
With a record of 9-8, the Seahawks are the seventh seed in the playoffs. The Seahawks won overtime against the Rams in their last game to make it to the playoffs. With a record of 13-4, the Niners enter the playoffs as NFC West champions for San Francisco. The Niners defeated both the Seahawks and Vikings twice this season.
The Chargers finished the season at 10-7, good enough to be the fifth seed. Los Angeles won five of their seven last games to secure its playoff spot. The Jaguars fought back from a 4-8 record and won five consecutive games to secure a playoff spot in the AFC South. These two teams faced off in Week 3. The Jaguars beat the Chargers 38-10.
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