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NFL Playoff Schedule: TV Times, Locations And Announcers For Sunday's Divisional Round Games

The main event is here, Seahawks fans. With Saturday's appetizers out of the way, the Seattle Seahawks hit the field in Chicago on Sunday morning with an NFC championship berth on the line. While just a spot in the championship game is enough, Saturday's win by the Green Bay Packers ensure the winner of the Bears-Seahawks game will host the NFC Championship. That's right, one more game in front of the 12th man at Qwest Field is a possibility for the Seahawks, with only the Bears standing in the way.

You ready for Sunday? After the jump, we'll make sure you are with the TV listing and other relevant information to the day's games.

Sunday, Jan. 16

NFC Divisional Round

Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks, 10 a.m. on Fox. The game will be played on the frozen tundra at Chicago's Soldier Field.
Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

AFC Divisional Round

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets, 1:30 p.m. on CBS at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Announcers: Jim Nantz and Phil Simms

The Seahawks game looks like one that would be best served on mute. Steve Raible has the call on 97.3 KIRO and 710 ESPN if you can't make it to a TV or would rather watch the game on mute while listening to some local flavor. If you're in the mood for an afternoon nap afterward, Nantz and Simms have you covered during the Jets-Pats game.

Get up early, get fired up and watch our Seattle Seahawks as they try to keep the dream alive against the Bears at 10 a.m. on Fox.