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NFL Playoff TV Schedule: Times, Locations And Announcers For Divisional Round Openers

The NFL playoffs hit week two on Saturday, with the first two divisional round matchups set to take place.Two teams -- one from the NFC, one from the AFC -- will walk away from Saturday's games with a spot in next weekend's conference championship games. With the Seattle Seahawks going through final preparations before Sunday's game in Chicago, fans in Seattle have a chance to relax and watch some care-free football as the Ravens, Steelers, Falcons and Packers do battle.

After the jump, the full schedule, including times, television information and announcers.

Saturday, Jan. 15

AFC Divisional Round

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, 1:30 p.m. on CBS
Announcers: Greg Gumble and Dan Dierdorf

NFC Divisional Round

Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, 5:00 p.m. on FOX
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver and Chris Meyers

For Seahawks fans, the Falcons-Packers matchup is especially noteworthy for the possible future implications. Should the Seahawks pull-off a second-straight upset on Sunday, they would face the winner of Saturday night's game. If the Packers win, the Seahawks have a chance to host the NFC Championship at Qwest Field in front of the greatest home-field advantage in the NFL, the 12th man.

It all kicks off with the Steelers and Ravens at 1:30 on Saturday at Heinz Field. Kick back, relax and enjoy the action before what's sure to be another nerve-wracking Seahawks game on Sunday.