The regular NFL season has run its course with the playoffs fast approaching and the Green Bay Packers (7/2 Fav – Super Bowl Outright) are looking for Super Bowl glory

Green Bay are seeking their fifth Super Bowl title and first since 2010 when they defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25.

The Packers ended the regular campaign with a 13-4 record, the same as reigning Super Bowl champions the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (15/2 – Super Bowl Outright), but Green Bay finished ahead due to their conference record.

Matt LaFleur’s side ended the season with a surprise 37-30 loss to bottom side Detroit Lions, but they will still fancy their chances as the number one seeds.

In the AFC Conference, it was Tennessee (15/2 – Super Bowl Outright) who finished out on top, edging ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Titans are looking to win their maiden Super Bowl title under the coaching of Mike Vrabel, who won it three times as a player with the New England Patriots.

Teams ranked from second to seventh in each conference are entered into the wild card playoffs which run from Friday January 15 to Sunday 17.

Each conference will have three games and the lowest seed to progress will face the number one seed (either the Packers or the Titans, depending on which conference).

That means they could face either the seventh seed or fourth seed.

Of the 12 teams to play in the wild card round, last season’s Super Bowl winners Tampa Bay are the obvious ones to look out for.

Despite his advancing years, Tom Brady is still continuing to deliver the good and he inspired them to finish second in the NFC Conference.

Tampa’s wild card match is against the Philadelphia Eagles (Match betting – Buccaneers 1/4, Eagles 3/1) who won six of their last eight matches in the regular season to sneak into the playoffs.

Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Super Bowl two years ago, are up against Pittsburgh (Chiefs 1/7, Steelers 5/1 – Match Betting), who are looking to win the Super Bowl for what would be a record-breaking seventh time.

Wild card fixtures

NFC

Arizona Cardinals (5) v Los Angeles Rams (4)
Philadelphia Eagles (7) v Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2)
San Francisco 49ers (6) v Dallas Cowboys (3)

AFC

Las Vegas Raiders (5) v Cincinnati Bengals (4)
Pittsburgh Steelers (7) v Kansas City Chiefs (2)
New England Patriots (6) v Buffalo Bills (3)

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