- 9/24 - 8:15 PM EDTSteelers0 - 0BuccaneersRaymond James Stadium
- 9/23 - 8:20 PM EDTPatriots0 - 0LionsFord Field
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTSaints0 - 0FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDT49ers0 - 0ChiefsArrowhead Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTRaiders0 - 0DolphinsHard Rock Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTBills0 - 0VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTColts0 - 0EaglesLincoln Financial Field
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTPackers0 - 0RedskinsFedEx Field
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTBengals0 - 0PanthersBank of America Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTTitans0 - 0JaguarsTIAA Bank Field
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTBroncos0 - 0RavensM&T Bank Stadium
- 9/23 - 1:00 PM EDTGiants0 - 0TexansNRG Stadium
- 9/23 - 4:05 PM EDTChargers0 - 0RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- 9/23 - 4:25 PM EDTBears0 - 0AZCardinalsU of Phoenix Stadium
- 9/23 - 4:25 PM EDTCowboys0 - 0SeahawksCenturyLink Field
- 9/20 - 8:20 PM EDTJets0 - 0BrownsFirstEnergy Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-21Ravens20 - 19ColtsLucas Oil Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-19Buccaneers30 - 14TitansNissan Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-1949ers13 - 16TexansNRG Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-19Bears24 - 23BroncosBroncos Stadium at Mile High
- Final - 2018-08-19Seahawks14 - 24ChargersStubHub Center
- Final - 2018-08-18AZCardinals20 - 15SaintsMercedes-Benz Superdome
- Final - 2018-08-18Jaguars14 - 10VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-18Raiders15 - 19RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Final - 2018-08-18Bengals21 - 13CowboysAT&T Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-17Steelers34 - 51PackersLambeau Field
- Final - 2018-08-17Jets13 - 15RedskinsFedEx Field
- Final - 2018-08-17Chiefs28 - 14FalconsMercedes-Benz Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-17Giants30 - 17LionsFord Field
- Final - 2018-08-17Bills19 - 17BrownsFirstEnergy Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-17Dolphins20 - 27PanthersBank of America Stadium
- Final - 2018-08-16Eagles20 - 37PatriotsGillette Stadium
New England Patriots
After opening the postseason with a bye week for the eighth consecutive year, the defending-champion Patriots (13-3) finally join the playoff fun Saturday night hosting the upstart Titans at Gillette Stadium.
Tennessee arrives in Foxborough with a little momentum following a 22-21 comeback win in Kansas City on Wild Card Weekend. But the Titans, who limped into the postseason losing three of their final four games, are a nearly two-touchdown underdog to Bill Belichick’s experienced, rested squad.
In many ways the Titans don’t look like a postseason contender or team worthy of being in the final eight franchises still competing for the right to go to Super Bowl LII. Mike Mularkey’s squad is led by third-year quarterback Marcus Mariota, who threw more interceptions (15) than touchdown...
Reading the run, a big game for Brady & more of PFW's keys to success:
Henry's athleticism, Jackson on the kick return, Woodyard, Walker & more.
BB previews the Titans on the Belestrator:
Tori Petry, Tim Twentyman and Mike O'Hara break down the #Lions' 2017 season on special teams.