Why the NFL’s Playoff Rivalry Won’t Be the Same this Season

The NFL’s playoff-bound NFC West division is now set to play five games in five days, with four of them on the road, after all-but-defeating the Seahawks on Sunday night.

The league announced the matchups on Thursday morning and the matchups in all, including the AFC, will be released Monday.

The NFC West will play three of its four home games on Thursday.

The AFC, on the other hand, is set to face off against the Patriots, who are tied for first place with the Falcons at 5-3.

The Titans, meanwhile, are tied with the Bengals at 4-4 and are on the verge of winning their first division title since 2000.

The NFC West is set for a two-week stretch from Feb. 14-18, with the two divisional games on the West Coast and the two games in Arizona on Feb. 22 and 23.

The regular season will be played from Feb 25-27.

The first week of the playoffs will be at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.

The first four games of the conference championship series will be on Feb 28 in Chicago and Feb. 30 in Arizona.

The final four games in the conference will be in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Seahawks and Packers will meet in the divisional round, and the Broncos will meet the Rams in the NFC Championship Game, which will be the first time that two teams from the same conference have met.

The Seahawks will face the Patriots on Jan. 7, the Packers will face Green Bay on Jan 10 and the Seahawks will play the Packers on Jan 12.