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2021 NFL Wild Card Round: Sunday game times, TV schedule and online stream

The NFL Wild Card round continues today. Here is how to watch and where to watch each of the three Wild Card games on Sunday.

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Welcome back to the first round of the 2020 NFL playoffs!

The NFL continues its Wild Card playoff blitz with three more games today. The Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers all advanced to the next round on Saturday. I finished a dismal 1-2 on my predictions, but in my defense I picked Washington thinking they would have a starting quarterback for that game.

Let’s now take a look at the remaining three Wild Card games on Sunday. Join Mile High Report in the comments section below to discuss these games live. This post will remain up all day.

NFL Wild Card - Sunday Online Streams

If you are looking to stream these games legitimately online, there are a few options available.

NFL Wild Card - Sunday TV Schedule

Baltimore Ravens (No. 5) at Tennessee Titans (No. 4)

Sunday, Jan 10, 11:05 a.m. on ESPN or ESPN+

Just like on Saturday, the best game of the day is the first game of the game. These two teams are interesting for very different reasons. While I think the Ravens will win this game, I hope the Titans pull it out because I think they and the Bills have the best matchup to take down the Kansas City Chiefs on the way to the Super Bowl.

My pick: Ravens 27, Titans 24

Chicago Bears (No. 7) at New Orleans Saints (No. 2)

Sunday, Jan 10, 2:40 p.m. on CBS or Nickelodeon

Now on to the least interesting playoff game. The Chicago Bears somehow went 8-8 and found their way into the NFC playoffs. I think the Saints should curb stomp the Bears in this game, but something is making me want to predict a much closer score here.

My pick: Saints 24, Bears 23

Cleveland Browns (No. 6) at Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 3)

Sunday, Jan 10, 6:15 p.m. on NBC

The Steelers soared to a 10-0 start before collapsing down the stretch to finish 12-4. They still limped into the AFC North division title over the 11-5 Browns and Ravens. I like the Browns here and I feel like the could walk out of here with a win today, which would be fine with me. I’ve never liked the Steelers.

My pick: Browns 31, Steelers 27

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