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How to Watch the NFL Divisional Round Matchups

Watch the season’s best teams go head-to-head for a chance to play in the AFC and NFC title games.

Divisional Matchups

The 2023 NFL Divisional Round of this years Playoffs promises a postseason as unpredictable as 2022. Games among the eight remaining teams for the divisional matchups take place Saturday and Sunday following an exciting Wild Card Weekend. For NFL fans, the Divisional Playoffs promise a chance to see the final four teams in each conference compete to see who will face off in the AFC and NFC title games.

What channels air the NFL Divisional Round matchups

The four matches in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs will air on NBC, Fox, and CBS. Watching the NFL Divisional Round matchups of this years playoffs using a streaming service instead of cable is cheaper and offers more flexibility. Streaming NFL games means you can watch them at home from the comfort of your living room but also on devices like laptops, tablets, and cellphones, meaning you won’t miss a minute of the action wherever you are.

Where can you stream the NFL Divisional Round matchups

Streaming ServicePrice per Month Free Trial 
Sling TV$40+No
Hulu + Live TV$69.99+No
YouTube TV$64.99+Yes

Watch the NFL Divisional Round matchups on Sling TV (Our preferred service)

Divisional Matchups 2023
PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Sling Orange$4031+No
Sling Blue$4041+No
Sling Orange & Blue$5547+No

Sling TV is a live TV streaming service that offers three plans. For $40 per month, Sling Orange provides 31+ channels, including ESPN and popular networks like CNN, Comedy Central, Disney Channel, and Lifetime. Similarly, Sling Blue also costs $40 per month but offers a slightly different channel package that doesn’t include ESPN but has Fox and NBC networks, National Geographic, and NFL Network among its 41+ channels.

For the best of both worlds, the Sling Blue & Orange package offers all networks available on both base packages with a total of 47+ channels for $55 per month. Even though this is Sling’s most expensive plan, it’s still significantly cheaper than other live TV streaming services.

In fact, competitive pricing is one of Sling TV’s main selling points. Although it offers a smaller range of channels than other services, Sling plans still include many major networks for a much cheaper monthly cost. With their current 50% off deal on your first month subscription it’s hard to pass up.

For sports fans, Sling channels cover a range of events, including NFL, NBA, NHL, college basketball, Premier League soccer, international soccer, and combat sports.

Other ways to watch NFL Divisional Round Matchups

NFL Divisional Round Matchup schedule 2023

Saturday, Jan. 21 @ 4:30 p.m. Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs (NBC)

Saturday, Jan. 21 @ 8:15 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (Fox)

Sunday, Jan. 22 @ 3 p.m. Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills (CBS)

Sunday, Jan. 22 @ 6:30 p.m. Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers (Fox)

All times are Eastern.

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