Jaguars vs Steelers

Jacksonville Jaguars vs Pittsburgh Steelers Live Stream NFL Playoff 2018 in an AFC Divisional game. From Heinz Field. The upstart Jaguars won 30-9 here on Oct. 8, returning two of their 5 INTs of Ben Roethlisberger for TDs, while Leonard Fournette ran for 181 yards. Seven of Pittsburgh’s eight Pro Bowl players are on offense, while the Jags have four on defense. The Steelers have eight playoff wins since a divisional-round loss here to Jacksonville 10 years ago in Mike Tomlin’s postseason debut.

Jaguars vs Steelers Live Stream

Match Information:
NFL Playoff 2018
Jaguars vs Steelers Live Stream
Date : Sunday,14 January,2018
Start Time: 01:00 PM ET.
Where: Heinz Field.

Jaguars vs Steelers

Their defense is one of the most potent squads in the league, but do the Jacksonville Jaguars have the complete package to go in to Pittsburgh and steal a road victory from Ben Roethlisberger and Company? Here’s the first thing you need to know: The Jags beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh in Week 5, and Ty Schalter at has laid out how he thinks they can do it again.

It is the biggest question facing bettors among the four games this weekend. As dominating as the Jaguars have been in their victories, their defense has proven vulnerable and their offense has proven to be, at best, sporadic. The Steelers have plenty of questions surrounding their pursuit of their fourth Super Bowl appearance in the Big Ben era.

Has Le’Veon Bell’s contract talk proven to be too much of a distraction and can Antonio Brown play like the All-World wideout that dominates spotlight moments like this? All the unknowns have created a tricky spot for even the most seasoned bettors in this AFC Divisional Round showdown.


NFL Playoff Live stream 2018 Saturday TV Guide, Coverage Info. The NFL will host two divisional playoff games on Saturday, January 13, 2018. Watch divisional playoff games on your pc, tv, desktop, mac or any devices for free.

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Saturday Playoff Schedule

Saturday, January 13, at 4:35 p.m. ET on NBC and NBC Sports Live: No. 6 Atlanta Falcons at No. 1 Philadelphia Eagles

Saturday, January 13, at 8:15 p.m. ET on CBS and CBS All Access: No. 5 Tennessee Titans at No. 1 New England Patriots


The 2018 NFL playoffs got off to a wild start when the Tennessee Titans upset the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday to kick off wild-card weekend. The Atlanta Falcons then upset the L.A. Rams at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, even though AccuScore predicted that to be the tightest game of wild-card weekend.

Sunday was more straight forward with favorites Jacksonville and New Orleans securing their places in the divisional round with predicted wins at home. A sign of the changing NFL landscape is that two teams from the previously laughable AFC South are among the final eight teams in this year’s playoffs.

So, how will the divisional round games play out this weekend? AccuScore has made its 2017 NFL playoff picks by simulating each divisional-round game 10,000 times to predict the probabilities of reaching the next round on the road to Super Bowl 52. Below are the probabilities to win each game this weekend.

The Atlanta Falcons, led by quarterback Matt Ryan and receiver Julio Jones, meet the Philadelphia Eagles, led by quarterback Nick Foles, in an NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The four divisional round games in the NFL Playoffs will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors.

On Saturday, the Falcons are favored by three against the Eagles and the Patriots are favored by 13.5 against the Titans. On Sunday, the Steelers are favored by a touchdown against the Jaguars, and the Vikings are favored by five against the Saints in a game that has already seen plenty of line movement. The Tennessee Titans, led by quarterback Marcus Mariota and running back Derrick Henry, meet the New England Patriots, led by quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski, in an NFL Playoffs AFC Divisional Round matchup at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

The 2018 NFL Playoffs move into the Divisional Round on Saturday, beginning with a matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles are coming off a bye and hosting this contest after a 13-win regular season that earned them the No. 1 seed in the NFC, while the sixth-seeded Falcons upset the Los Angeles Rams on the road in the Wild Card round. Not many were giving Atlanta a chance to make it past the opening weekend of the postseason, but now that they’ve advanced, they are surprisingly favorites to return to the NFC Championship for the second year in a row.