Everything you need to watch wild card games

Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert (31) holds off Kansas City Chiefs safety Justin Reid (20) in the fourth quarter during an NFL International Series game at Deutsche Bank Park.

The wild card round of the NFL playoffs are here. Six games across three days will determine which teams make the final four in the AFC and NFC. Saturday kicks off the postseason schedule with a rematch of two AFC games seen during the regular season, but with much different circumstances.

The No. 5-seed Cleveland Browns head on the road to take on the AFC South champion and No. 4-seed Houston Texans to start the playoff action. The two teams met in Week 16 with the Browns winning 36-22 in Houston but the Texans were playing without Offensive Rookie of the Year favorite C.J. Stroud at quarterback.

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