Green Bay and Miami will be the hosts of wild-card games Saturday and Cleveland and Minnesota will be home Sunday as the NFL playoffs begin.

The Packers will play the first game, entertaining Detroit at 12:30 p.m. EST. Then Kansas City will be at Miami at 4 p.m.On Sunday, New England will be at Cleveland at 12:30, followed by Minnesota at home against Chicago.

Next week, the games will be at Pittsburgh and San Francisco on Saturday and Dallas and San Diego on Sunday.

The Steelers will play host to Cleveland, Kansas City or New England at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, while the 49ers will entertain one of the NFC wild-card winners at 4 p.m. On Sunday, Dallas will host one of the NFC Central teams at 12:30, while San Diego will meet Cleveland, Miami or New England at 4 p.m.