Eagles Playoff Schedule 2023 (Games, Opponents & Start Times for Philadelphia in Postseason)

Larry Rupp
Philadelphia Eagles playoffs schedule 2023, including games, opponents and start times for NFL postseason.
Philadelphia Eagles playoffs schedule 2023, including games, opponents and start times for NFL postseason. / AP Photos/Michael Ainsworth
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The Philadelphia Eagles will return to the playoffs for the fifth time in the last six years following the 2022 season. Philly clinched a playoff spot in Week 14, and fans are eager to know when the team will play following their regular-season finale.

Here's everything you need to know about the Eagles' playoff schedule for the 2022-23 NFL postseason.

What Seed Are the Eagles?

The Eagles have finally secured the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. Philadelphia beat the New York Giants 22-16 on Sunday, locking up the top seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Nick Sirianni's squad also won the NFC East title in Week 18 with its victory.

Who Will the Eagles Play in the Playoffs?

Playoff matchups will officially be set once Week 18 concludes. With the Eagles securing the No. 1 seed, they will sit out the Wild Card Round while the other six playoff teams in the NFC fight to advance. Philly then plays at home in the Divisional Round against the lowest remaining seed in the NFC.

Eagles Playoff Dates and Times

The Eagles' first playoff matchup is not known yet. However, the NFL has already set the dates for each postseason round, giving a glimpse at potential days Philadelphia will play on.

Wild Card Round Dates & Times
- Saturday, Jan. 14 (two games)
- Sunday, Jan. 15 (three games)
- Monday Jan. 16 (one game)

Divisional Round Dates & Times
- Saturday, Jan. 21 (two games, TBD)
- Sunday, Jan. 22 (two games, TBD)

Conference Championship Dates & Times
- Sunday, Jan. 29 (two games, TBD)

Super Bowl Date & Time
- Sunday, Feb. 12 (TBD)

Eagles Playoff Schedule 2023

This space will be updated once the Eagles' 2023 playoff schedule is known. Philadelphia has finally scored the No. 1 seed in the NFC after winning in Week 18. The team will now get a bye on Wild Card Weekend before suiting up in the Divisional Round.

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