Otto Greule Jr
Seattle's 24-14 win over Washington in the NFL's Wild Card round finalized the Divisional Round schedule. Here's a look at this weekend's playoff schedule.
The AFC's top seed will get the Divisional Round started on Saturday, when Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos play host to Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens (1:30 p.m. PT, CBS). If the Broncos defeat the Ravens, Denver will play host to either Houston or New England in the AFC title game. If the Ravens win, they'll await head to either Houston or Foxboro for the AFC title game.
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will once again be showcased on primetime, as the San Francisco 49ers and Packers are set to square off Saturday night (5 p.m. PT, FOX). Green Bay defeated Minnesota in the Wild Card round, while the 49ers had the week off as the No. 2 seed.
Seattle will take on the top-seeded Atlanta Falcons on Sunday (10 a.m. PT, FOX), as Russell Wilson will try to continue his fairy-tale 2012-13 story. If the Seahawks defeat the NFC's top seed, they'll head either to Green Bay or San Francisco to play in the NFC's title game. If the Falcons win, they'll play host to either the Packers or 49ers.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will play host to the Houston Texans in the late game on Sunday (1:30 p.m. PT, CBS). Brady and the Patriots are looking to advance to their second straight AFC title game -- and if they win, they'll either head to Denver or play host to Baltimore. If the Texans pull off the upset, they'll also either go on the road to the Broncos or welcome the visiting Ravens.