After a shocking loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday to finish the regular season, the New England Patriots now find themselves hosting a Wild Card game instead of having a free pass to the divisional round.
The Patriots will host the Tennessee Titans (9-7) and head coach and former Patriot Mike Vrabel on Saturday night at 8:15 PM.
The game is on CBS.
The Buffalo Bills will visit the Texans on Saturday at 4:35 PM. On Sunday, the NFC playoffs start with the Minnesotta Vikings visiting the New Orleans Saints at 1:05 PM and Seattle Seahawks traveling to the East Coast to take on the Philadelphia Eagles at 4:40 PM.
If the Patriots defeat the Titans, they will travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 3:05 PM.
Here’s what folks on Twitter are saying about the Pats-Titans matchup:
We’re headed to Foxborough Saturday night!
— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) December 30, 2019
Playoff football on Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/m8T0StWqWh
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) December 30, 2019
Titans at Patriots set for Saturday, January 4th at 7:15 PM (CT) on CBS
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) December 30, 2019
Get your 9-7 jokes in. Complain about how it’s not good enough.
Teams with 4 winning seasons and 2 playoff berths since the start of 2016:
New England Patriots
Kansas City Chiefs
— Kaleb Searle (@kaleb_searle) December 30, 2019
Very excited for Titans @ Patriots next week.
The greatest quarterback of all time against Tom Brady. Going to be awesome.
— new-age analytical (@benbbaldwin) December 30, 2019
Next Saturday: 8:15 PM
Patriots Vs. Titans
Clean slate. LETS GO
— Patriots Militia (@PatsMilitia) December 30, 2019
Titans now are headed to New England with a chance to end the Patriots dynasty if they beat the Texans.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) December 29, 2019
Thanks Barry Burbank What’s the barometric pressure though ? https://t.co/S5xAfluaf5
— Scott Zolak (@scottzolak) December 30, 2019
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