The Packers host the Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau Field, Saturday at 7 p.m. CST
Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced Monday the schedule of sites, dates and times for the National Football League Wild Card games of January 4-5 (all times Central):
NFL WILD CARD WEEKEND
Saturday, January 4
AFC: Indianapolis (10-6) at NY Jets (9-7) (ABC-TV) -- 3:30 PM CT
NFC: Atlanta (9-6-1) at Green Bay (12-4) (ABC-TV) -- 7:00 PM CT
Sunday, January 5
AFC: Cleveland (9-7) at Pittsburgh (10-5-1) (CBS-TV) -- 12:00 PM CT
NFC: NY Giants (10-6) at San Francisco (10-5) (FOX-TV) -- 3:30 PM CT
The NFL Divisional Playoffs will be played on Saturday and Sunday, January 11-12, AFC and NFC Championship Games on Sunday, January 19, and Super Bowl XXXVII at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California on Sunday, January 26.
The annual AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, featuring the NFL All-Stars, will be played in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sunday, February 2.
Once teams are ranked for the playoffs, positions do not change:
National Football Conference
- Philadelphia (East Division champion)
- Tampa Bay (South Division champion)
- Green Bay (North Division champion)
- San Francisco (West Division champion)
- NY Giants
American Football Conference
- Oakland (West Division champion)
- Tennessee (South Division champion)
- Pittsburgh (North Division champion)
- NY Jets (East Division champion)
Tiebreakers: NY Jets finished ahead of New England based on better record in common games (8-4 to 7-5) and Miami based on better division record (4-2 to 2-4); Cleveland finished ahead of Denver and New England based on better conference record (7-5 to Denver's 5-7 and New England's 6-6); Oakland finished ahead of Tennessee based on head-to-head record (1-0); Philadelphia finished ahead of Green Bay and Tampa Bay based on better conference record (11-1 to Green Bay's 9-3 and Tampa Bay's 9-3); Tampa Bay finished ahead of Green Bay based on head-to-head (1-0).