The 2016 regular season has been wrapped up and the road to Super Bowl LI continues with the playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys, who finished the season 13–3 with rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, have the No. 1 seed for the NFC. The New England Patriots have the AFC's top seed with a 14–2 record as well despite Tom Brady's absence at the beginning of the season. The first round of the playoffs was a weekend full of blowouts, with all four home teams advancing, and the start of the divisional round was more of the same.
Who will play for Super Bowl LI in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 5? Here's a look at the dates, matchups and broadcast information for the road to the title game:
Saturday, Jan. 7
Sunday, Jan. 8
AFC first round byes: New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs
NFC first round byes: Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons
Saturday, Jan. 14
New England Patriots 36, Houston Texans 14
Sunday, Jan. 15
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys
Time: 4:40 p.m.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Sunday, Jan. 22
NFC Championship Game — Atlanta Falcons vs. TBD
Time: 3:05 p.m.
AFC Championship Game — TBD at New England Patriots
Time: 6:40 p.m.
Super Bowl LI
Sunday, Feb. 5
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, Tex.