The NFL has announced its postseason schedule for the 2017 season.
Here is a look at some of the notable matchups that will be featured during the week of October 3-11:Cardinals at CardinalsThe Cardinals are looking to continue their winning streak in a road matchup at the Cardinals.
The Cardinals (14-4, 7-3 Pac-12) are coming off a win at USC on Saturday, and they have now won their last six at home.
They’ve won four straight at Arizona State and six straight at home against rival Arizona.
The Cards have won four of their last seven overall, including a 6-1 win over the Wildcats on Oct. 1.
The Cardinals have won three straight games against the Rams, who are now 5-3 in their last eight.
Arizona has won four in a row overall against the Cards, and it is the first time that Arizona has been the top seed in the division.
The Rams (12-5, 7.5-3) lost their third straight home game on Saturday to Arizona State.
They’ll look to extend their winning record to eight games when they take on the Cardinals on Sunday.
The Broncos (12, 7) are looking for their first win in Arizona since 2011.
Denver won the first meeting at Sun Devil Stadium, a 27-20 victory, on Oct 2.
The Broncos are 3-3 against the Cardinals since the matchup, and Denver is 6-0 in games decided by five points or less.
The Vikings (12) lost for the third straight game, falling to the 49ers 28-20 on Saturday.
The Vikings are 3,943 yards from scrimmage and have scored more than 30 points in seven straight games.
Minnesota has won seven of its last eight overall against Arizona.
The Chiefs (11, 7), who beat Arizona State 34-20 last week, are now 0-6 against Arizona and have lost their last five games overall.
The Chiefs have won five of their past six overall against Cardinals opponents.
The last time they met was in 2013, when the Cardinals were 8-6.
The Seahawks (9) lost at Washington on Saturday and will look to win their last four games in Arizona.
Seattle was 2-1 in its last seven road games, but was 3-1 overall at home on Oct 3.
The Seahawks are 1-5 all-time against Arizona, and the last time Seattle played the Cardinals was in 2014.
The Jaguars (9, 6) won at San Francisco on Saturday but lost the next two.
The Jaguars are 3.5 games under .500 at home, and their last home win was 28-21.
The team has lost two of three to Arizona and is 3-5 overall against teams with winning records.
The only other time the Jaguars lost at home to the Cardinals (1995) was in the 2015 season finale.
The Titans (8, 6), who are 0-3 overall and 1-6 in the past seven, will be looking to end their losing streak against the Chargers on Sunday night.
The Titans are 3:25 into their road trip and have not won in San Diego since the season opener.
The road trip ends on Sunday, but the Chargers are 2-5 this season.
The Bears (7, 6).
The Bears have lost five of six overall and 3-2 in the series against Arizona in 2016.
The Bears are 1,621 yards from home and have just one win on the road this season, a 26-13 loss to the Seahawks in Week 2.
The Colts (6, 7).
The Colts lost at Arizona on Saturday night and will need a win Sunday to tie the all-Time Series with the Cardinals at 4-4.
The Colts are 4-3 all- time against Arizona while playing in their only game in Tucson this season (Oct. 3).
The Chiefs will try to improve to 7-0 against Arizona on Sunday at Sun Bowl Stadium, where the Chiefs lost their final game of the season to the Chargers.
The Chargers are 1.5 game under .400 in their past seven games.