NFL Playoffs 12th Fan Color Rush Jersey , with the Seattle Seahawks confirmed for a 5:15 PM PT game at the Dallas Cowboys next Saturday night on wild card weekend. If Seattle wins, depending on how the Philadelphia Eagles-Chicago Bears game ends, we could see the Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams the following Saturday night, same time, same network (FOX). Should the Seahawks win but end up playing the New Orleans Saints, it’ll be Sunday at 1:40 PM PT to wrap up divisional weekend. If Seattle loses? Well the playoffs just go on without them, I’m afraid.Here are the games and start times from the wild card round all the way through Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta.Wild CardSaturday, January 5th#6 Indianapolis Colts at #3 Houston Texans (1:35 PM PT, ESPN/ABC)#5 Seattle Seahawks at #4 Dallas Cowboys (5:15 PM PT, FOX)Sunday, January 6th#5 Los Angeles Chargers at #4 Baltimore Ravens (10:05 AM PT, CBS)#6 Philadelphia Eagles at #3 Chicago Bears (1:40 PM PT, NBC)Divisional RoundSaturday, January 12thLowest remaining seed at #1 Kansas City Chiefs (1:35 PM PT Tyler Lockett Color Rush Jersey , NBC)Highest remaining seed at #2 Los Angeles Rams (5:15 PM PT, FOX)Sunday, January 13thHighest remaining seed at #2 New England Patriots (10:05 AM PT, CBS)Lowest remaining seed at #1 New Orleans Saints (1:40 PM PT, FOX)Conference Championship Sunday, January 20thNFC Championship Game - 12:05 PM PT, FOXAFC Championship Game - 3:40 PM PT, CBSSuper Bowl 53 (Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia)Sunday, February 3rd NFC vs. AFC - 3:30 PM PT, CBS The 2018 NFL regular season is almost over, after which we’ll be seeing the Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs. I suppose it’s never too early to look a little bit further down the road, and take a look at the 2019 schedule.Yes, the NFL has a set rotation that means 14 of 16 games are known well in advance Frank Clark Color Rush Jersey , but the other two matchups are determined by final standings. We know the Seahawks will be runners-up in the NFC West, but Week 16’s results confirmed that the Philadelphia Eagles will finish second in the NFC East, while it’s been known for a bit longer that the Minnesota Vikings will be second-best in the NFC North.Here’s the list of opponents Seattle will face in the 2019 regular season:Home GamesArizona CardinalsLos Angeles RamsSan Francisco 49ersCincinnati BengalsBaltimore RavensMinnesota VikingsNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay BuccaneersAway GamesArizona CardinalsLos Angeles RamsSan Francisco 49ersPittsburgh SteelersCleveland BrownsPhiladelphia EaglesCarolina PanthersAtlanta FalconsThe Bengals are one of two teams the Seahawks have never beaten under Russell Wilson, and the only team Pete Carroll hasn’t beaten in his entire tenure as Seattle’s head coach. That Steelers game will ideally not end the way the previous two trips to Pittsburgh went, with the Seahawks getting shutout.Of course, we cannot ignore the fact that the Seahawks are playing the Panthers for seemingly the millionth time. The 2011 and 2017 seasons will end up being the only ones this entire decade in which the Seahawks and Panthers did not play each other. In fact, they played in the regular season and postseason in 2014 and 2015. The 2019 schedule is set to be released in April. Traditionally, the Super Bowl champions are the opening night hosts, so unless the Seahawks win it themselves, their only chance of being the literal first game of the season would be the Rams, Steelers, or Eagles, and only the Rams are certain to make the playoffs.