There are 15 NFL Vols who have made it to the playoffs this season representing seven NFL teams.
The playoffs begin Saturday, January 4th on NBC with the Chiefs taking on the Colts in Indy and the Saints facing off against the Eagles.
WILD CARD WEEKEND
KANSAS CITY vs. INDIANAPOLIS
Eric Berry, Tyler Bray, Dustin Colquitt and the Chiefs who were the wildcard from the AFC West (second to the Denver Broncos) are headed to Indy for a meeting with Aubrayo Franklin and the Colts, the AFC South divisional leader at 4:35 p.m.
NEW ORLEANS vs. PHILADELPHIA
Jabari Greer, Parys Haralson, Austin Johnson, Robert Meachem and the Saints, who earned the wild card from the NFC South are headed to Philly to face the NFC East champion Eagles Saturday at 8:10 p.m.
Sunday January 5
SAN DIEGO vs. CINCINNATI 1:05 p.m. CBS
SAN FRANCISCO vs. GREEN BAY 4:40 p.m. FOX
Saturday, January 11
Lowest NFC seed vs. SEATTLE 4:35 p.m. FOX
Tony McDaniel and the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks host the lowest NFC seed to come out of Wild Card Weekend.
Highest AFC seed at NEW ENGLAND 8 p.m. CBS
Jerod Mayo's New England Patriots play host to the highest AFC seed to come away from Wild Card Weekend.
Sunday, January 12
Highest NFC Seed vs. CAROLINA 1:05 p.m. FOX
Chris Scott and the second-place Panthers play host to the highest NFC seed to kick off sunday.
Lowest AFC Seed vs. DENVER 4:40 p.m. CBS
Robert Ayers, Britton Colquitt, Malik Jackson, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, the AFC Champions will host the lowest AFC Seed coming away from Wild Card Weekend