2011 NFL Playoff Schedule: First And Second Round Dates, Times, TV Information

We already know the dates and times of the first round matchups in the 2011 NFL Playoffs, but we now have the full 2011 NFL Playoff schedule, giving us a look at both the first and second round matchups and television information for each. The Seattle Seahawks, should they beat the St. Louis Rams on Sunday night, would play on Sat. Jan. 8 to open the playoffs at 1:30 p.m. on NBC.

Here’s the full schedule for the NFC Playoffs.

Sat., Jan. 8
Seattle Seahawks/St. Louis Rams vs. New Orleans Saints (1:30 p.m., NBC)

Sun. Jan. 9
Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1:30 p.m. on Fox)

Sat., Jan. 15
Atlanta Falcons vs. lowest-seeded winner in NFC (Seahawks, Rams, Packers or Saints)

Sun., Jan. 16
Chicago Bears vs. highest-seeded winner in NFC (Seahawks, Rams, Saints or Eagles)

The full schedule, including the AFC matchups, can be found here. We’ll know the full playoff bracket in the next few hours as soon as the Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams determine the final playoff spot as they battle for the NFC West crown at Qwest Field.

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