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NFL Playoff TV Schedule: Sunday's Times, Matchups, Locations And Announcers

What's better than a day when your hometown team is hosting an NFL playoff game? The day after a huge home playoff win, where you get to sit at home and watch the rest of the playoffs knowing your team survived. For Seattle Seahawks fans, that's the feeling on Sunday after the Hawks upset the New Orleans Saints at Qwest Field to move onto the next round. And what will you watch today? Check out our NFL playoff schedule for a little help.

Four more teams enter the fold on Sunday, with two survive to make it to the next round. Again it'll be one AFC and one NFC matchup, with the game on the NFC side influencing where the Seahawks go next. It should be another fun-filled day of wall-to-wall NFL playoff action.

After the jump, the full schedule, including times, locations, announcers and the matchups themselves.

Sunday, Jan. 9

Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs, 10 a.m. on CBS at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. CBS sends their finest to Kansas City, with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call. Listen to the coll coos of Nantz and picture the Masters as he lulls you to sleep.

Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles, 1:30 p.m. on Fox at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The NFL wildcard weekend ends at Lincoln Financial Field on Fox in a game that determines where the Seahawks play next weekend. Again, it's Fox's finest, with Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver and Chris Myers calling all the action. Yep, that's the best they can do. At least the last time I remember Buck calling an Eagles' game, this happened.

It all kicks off at 10 a.m. local time on CBS. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show, Seahawks fans. The Hawks' work in done this weekend and we can all relax until next week.

Stay tuned later today for updated schedules and the matchups for next weekend's NFL playoff games as they become available.