The Green Bay Packers will rest, relax, recoup and get ready for what should be a run to the Super Bowl following the completion of the regular season this past weekend.

Although a loss to lowly Detroit seemingly taints a bit of the taste looking ahead, it doesn’t remiss the fact that Green Bay has shown it’s ability, and if they can avoid injury, ill-time turnovers and Tom Brady, they should be the favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy Feb. 6. Las Vegas has them as +380, ahead of Kansas City who is at +450. Pittsburgh is +9,000 to win as they would be the long shot.

Football fans will have a host of games to keep track of as Wild Card Weekend kicks-off Saturday.

The Las Vegas Raiders needed an overtime win at home against the Los Angeles Chargers to clinch a spot in the postseason. They’ll take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a 3:30 p.m. game Saturday. Following them will be a rematch of AFC East foes as Buffalo host New England. The teams split their season series.

Sunday will bring three games to the docket as the Philadelphia Eagles, who rested quarterback Jalen Hurts last weekend in a loss to Dallas, will travel to Tampa Bay and take on Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champions. Brady, at the age of 44, is searching for his seventh Super Bowl trophy and would be the oldest quarterback to ever win a World Championship. Game time there is set for noon Sunday.

Following that game will be a classic playoffs matchup as the San Francisco 49ers will travel to Arlington, Tex., to face Mike McCarthy’s Dallas Cowboys. That game is set for a 3:30 p.m. start.

Finishing out Sunday will be an AFC matchup as Pittsburgh will face Kansas City. Monday is the final game of the Wild Card round as Arizona will face the L.A. Rams in Los Angeles at the sight of Super Bowl LVI.

Green Bay will await the Divisional round and play the lowest seed remaining in the NFC, starting their potential string of playoff games at Lambeau as the top seed with home-field advantage throughout.

Should Green Bay be able to get through the Divisional round, the NFC Championship game, which Green Bay has lost two out of the last three years, would be played at Lambeau Field. That game would be set for Sunday, Jan. 30 at a time to be determined.

Games for the Divisional round are scheduled for Saturday at 3:35 and 7:15 p.m., Jan. 22, and Sunday at 2:05 and 5:40 p.m., Jan. 23.