Giants Playoff Schedule 2023 (Games, Opponents & Start Times for New York in Postseason)

Larry Rupp
New York Giants playoffs schedule 2023, including games, opponents and start times for NFL postseason.
New York Giants playoffs schedule 2023, including games, opponents and start times for NFL postseason. / AP Photos/John Minchillo
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The New York Giants will be back in the NFL playoffs for the first time since 2016 following the 2022 season. Head coach Brian Daboll's team clinched a playoff spot in Week 17, 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 Giants' playoff schedule for the 2022-23 NFL postseason.

What Seed Are the Giants?

The Giants are locked into the No. 6 seed in the NFC. They are no longer in contention for the NFC East title and are too far back from the Dallas Cowboys to move up to the No. 5 seed. New York is also too far ahead of the other NFC teams fighting for the last playoff spot to fall down to the No. 7 seed.

Who Will the Giants Play in the Playoffs?

The Giants will be playing on the road during Wild Card Weekend against the 3-seed Minnesota Vikings. This matchup was set after the San Francisco 49ers won in Week 18, which locked in Minnesota as the No. 3 seed.

Giants Playoff Dates and Times

The Giants' first playoff matchup is now set. New York will face Minnesota at 4:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 15. Check out the full list of postseason dates below.

Wild Card Round Dates & Times
- Saturday, Jan. 14 (two games,)
- Sunday, Jan. 15 (three games, including Giants vs. Vikings at 4:40 p.m. ET on FOX)
- 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)

Giants Playoff Schedule 2023

New York is set to play the Vikings in the 3 vs. 6 matchup on Wild Card Weekend. This game will be held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis at 4:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 15. FanDuel Sportsbook'sNFL odds project Minnesota as a 3-point favorite ahead of that matchup.

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