ESPN.com will be releasing a comprehensive coverage of the NFL playoffs on Thursday, May 6.
This will include a live blog and analysis of the best storylines, the biggest stories and the best analysis of every game from the first round to the Super Bowl.
We will also provide coverage of every team’s playoff performance, including how it performed relative to the teams it faced in the regular season and the conference championship games.
We are working to create a comprehensive, live football show.
The first installment will be available to subscribers on Thursday.
What you need to know about the 2017 NFL playoffs 1.
The NFL playoff format The NFL has used the NFL Network as its home for its postseason games since 2013.
The network will debut a broadcast package of all 12 games on Wednesday, May 3, with an additional three games scheduled to air later in the week.
The package will consist of the following four games: The Browns vs. Eagles (Thursday, May 5) The Packers vs. Bears (Thursday-Saturday, May 7) Eagles vs. Patriots (Sunday, May 8) Bears vs. Jets (Monday, May 9) Patriots vs. Steelers (Tuesday, May 10) Titans vs. Falcons (Wednesday, May 11) Browns vs. Broncos (Thursday and Saturday, May 12) Packers vs. Raiders (Sunday and Monday, May 13) Broncos vs. Dolphins (Tuesday and Wednesday,, May 14) Dolphins vs. Ravens (Thursday with Monday’s game on CBS) Ravens vs the Titans (Friday and Saturday with Monday night’s game) Steelers vs the Rams (Sunday night with Sunday’s game).
The first four games of the package will be shown on CBS on Wednesday and CBS on Thursday (a CBS-owned network).
The fifth game will be televised on CBS Sunday at 1 p.m.
ET, as will the next two games on CBS Monday and Wednesday at 8 p.b.m., plus the Superbowl.
The next two weeks are the Superdome-hosted Browns vs, Eagles and Patriots.
The fourth week of the regular-season will be the first of the playoffs.
Why is the network airing the playoffs?
The CBS network is committed to delivering the best coverage of NFL playoff games on any platform available.
This includes the NFL on the network, CBS Sports, CBS Mobile and the CBS app.
CBS Sports is an NFL partner.
How do I watch?
We are releasing this package to subscribers via the CBS Sports app on Wednesday night.
We encourage you to watch on your mobile device and in the comfort of your own home.
Can I watch the playoffs online?
We have a dedicated section dedicated to the NFL postseason on CBS Sports.
CBS is also broadcasting the NFL’s playoff games live on its website.
Are the networks doing the same thing this year?
Where can I watch my favorite team play?
CBS Sports has been the home of NFL postseason coverage since 2013, and is now the exclusive home of the league’s playoff package.
Who can I ask questions about?
All questions about the playoffs can be directed to the CBS divisional headquarters at 800-852-2767, or you can send a message to @CBSSports on Twitter.