Time has finally caught up with the NFL.
After more than two decades, we’re finally getting a little closer to an actual NFL season.
And while there’s still plenty of time for teams to make their final playoff plans, we now have at least one way to see what it looks like.
It’s been more than a decade since the first NFL regular-season game.
And with the regular-seasons usually taking about six weeks, it seems likely that the NFL will be ready to talk about its 2016 postseason at some point soon.
Here are a few things we know we should know about the playoffs.
What’s a regular-year NFL regular season?
An NFL regular round consists of the regular season and playoffs.
The regular-weekend season lasts six weeks from the week before the regular round begins.
The playoffs are split into two parts, which can be shortened or shortened again depending on the circumstances.
The NFL has not released the final regular-playoff schedule.
The regular-round schedule is split into three parts: Weeks 1-4 (which start Monday, Sept. 4), Weeks 5-7 (from Sept. 14 to Oct. 12), and Weeks 8-10 (from Oct. 13 to Nov. 16).
Week 1 of the NFL regular seasons starts Monday, Aug. 31.
That means that in the first three weeks of the season, every team will play the remaining three regular-game games.
It’s the same as the NFL schedule, but there are some significant differences between it and the regular schedule.
Here’s a quick look at the NFL’s regular-day schedule:Week 1 starts Monday at 3:25 p.m.
ET with the Week 4 regular-session and the Week 5 regular-parties.
Week 2 starts Monday night with the week-one game.
Week 3 starts Monday morning with the Thursday game.
The fourth week of the playoffs will kick off on Tuesday night with an Oct. 3 game at Denver.
It will be followed by the Week 12 regular-games at Baltimore and Green Bay, followed by Week 13 with the home opener at Dallas.
The first two games of the postseason are in Week 4, with the final two in Week 5.
The AFC wild-card game at Baltimore is the only game scheduled in Week 7, and the first game of the AFC championship game at New England is scheduled in the next week.
The NFC championship game will be played in Week 12, the NFC championship at Seattle in Week 14, and then the NFC title at New Orleans in Week 16.
The AFC and NFC title games will be aired in prime time on NFL Network.
The NFC championship will be shown on NFL Networks at 9 p.c. on Sunday night.
The other two games will also be on NFLNetwork.
The Super Bowl will be the only other regular-series game on NFL networks.
In the NFL playoffs, every game is a doubleheader.
The teams will play four games in the span of three weeks, and teams will then play one game in the final week of each of the final four weeks of their regular seasons.
The playoffs are a six-game, eight-week regular season.
They begin on Sept. 24, and end Sept. 30.
The following Monday, teams will have a bye.
The first two weeks of each season are split between the regular and postseason games.
The NFL playoffs begin with the Wild Card Game on Jan. 6.
The second game is played on Jan 14, the third game on Jan 21 and the fourth game on Feb. 3.
The final two weeks are played in March.
The third game is on April 1, and so on.
The last two games are played on March 10 and 11.
The Wild Card Games are the only regular-regular-partie games that are scheduled in two consecutive weeks.
The teams that finish first and second in the NFC standings have a 50-50 chance to win the Super Bowl.
The team with the best record in the division will be seeded first.