NFL Playoff Viewing in NYC

NFL Playoffs

The playoffs for The 2019 NFL season began with Wild Card weekend on January 4 & 5, 2020. After the 2019 season, twenty teams went home, while twelve teams made the playoffs: 4 division winners and 2 Wild Cards in each conference.
In the AFC, The Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs earned a first-round bye, while The New England Patriots and Houston Texans won their divisions and will play wild cards Tennesee Titans and Buffalo Bills.
In the NFC, The San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers have earned first-round byes, while the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles won their division and will play the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings.
The Texans, Titans, Vikings and Seahawks won their Wild Card games and advance to The Divisional Playoffs, to be played January 11 & 12. The winners will advance to the Conference Championships on Sunday, January 19. The winners will advance to Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2, 2020.

[Schedule][Team Bars][Results][Sports Bars]

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Check out our MurphGuide Directory of NYC Sports Bars for places to watch the games.

Schedule:

Super Bowl LIV

Sunday, January 26
Pro Bowl
AFC at NFC – 3pm

Sunday, February 2, 2020
Super Bowl
AFC champion vs. NFC champion – 6:30pm


Team Bars for Game Watch Parties:

AFC:

Kansas City ChiefsKansas City Chiefs:
Kansas City Chiefs fans in NYC watch at John Brown Smokehouse in Long Island City
Kansas City Chiefs fans in NYC.


Tennessee Titans:

See our MurphGuide Directory of Sports Bars in NYC
Printers Alley has identified as a Pittsburgh Steelers fans bar, but since they are named after the nightlife district in Nashville Tennessee, they get the nod hear as a Titans bar today.
Printers Alley: 215 W. 40th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) New York, NY. (212) 419-2770


NFC:

Green Bay PackersGreen Bay Packers:
Green Bay Packers fans in NYC watch at Kettle of Fish, Stout Grand Central, Mad River
Green Bay Packers Fans in NYC


San Francisco 49ersSan Francisco 49ers:
San Francisco 49ers fans watch at Finnerty’s
San Francisco 49ers fans in NYC


Results:

Wild Card Round:

Saturday, January 4, 2020NFL Wild Card

Houston Texans 22, Buffalo Bills 19

Tennessee Titans 20, New England Patriots 13

NFL Wild CardSunday, January 5, 2020

Minnesota Vikings 26, New Orleans Saints 20

Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks 17, Philadelphia Eagles 9

Divisional Playoffs:

Saturday, January 11, 2020NFL Playoffs
  San Francisco 49ers
S.F. 49ers 27, Minnesota Vikings 10
Tennessee Titans Baltimore Ravens
Tennessee Titans 28, Baltimore Ravens 12

Sunday, January 12, 2020
Houston Texans Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs 51, Houston Texans 31
Seattle Seahawks Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers 28, Seattle Seahawks 23

Conference Championships

Sunday, January 20
Tennessee Titans Kansas City ChiefsNFL Playoffs

Kansas City Chiefs 35, Tennessee Titans 24
Green Bay Packers San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers 37, Green Bay Packers 20

Previous Game Watch Locations:

AFC:

 Buffalo Bills:
Buffalo Bills fans in NYC watch at Public House, All-Stars Bar & Grill, McFadden’s, Kelly’s.
Buffalo Bills fans in NYC


New England Patriots

New England Patriots:
New England Patriots fans in NYC watch at Professor Thom’s, and Tir na Nog Times Square
New England Patriots Fans in NYC


Houston Texans: Eastpoint,  Hill Country

Join the NYC Texans fans meetup group.


baltimore ravens
Baltimore Ravens:

Baltimore Ravens fans watch at The Horsebox,  Mustang Harry’s

Baltimore Ravens fans in NYC


NFC:

Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles:

Team bars for Philadelphia Eagles Fans in NYC include Merrion Square, Shorty’s and Wogie’s


Minnesota Vikings:
Vikings fans in NYC watch at Jack Doyle’s, Bar None.

Minnesota Vikings Fans in NYC


Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks:
Seahawks fans in NYC watch at Carlow East, Feile
Seattle Seahawks fans in NYC


This image has an empty alt attributeNew Orleans Saints:
New Orleans Saints fans watch at East End Bar & Grill, Tito Murphy’s, Parkside Lounge, Bar None, Catfish
New Orleans Saints Fans in NYC

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