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NFL Playoffs

NFL Playoffs

The NFL closed out its regular season with a thrilling game Sunday night with the Philadelphia Eagles clinching the last remaining division title with a thrilling win in Dallas, setting the table for the NFL Playoffs. 

The Kansas City Chiefs will take their 11-5 record to Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday Jan. 4 to face off against the AFC South Division Champion Indianapolis Colts (11-5) at 4:35PM ET. The Colts beat Kansas City just two weeks ago at Arrowhead Stadium 23-7. This match-up also features two former overall number one draft picks Alex Smith and Andrew Luck going head to head for the right to move on.

Two high-powered offenses will be on display in Saturday evenings game with the Wild Card New Orleans Saints (11-5) playing the NFC East Division Champs the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field at 8:10ET. Drew Brees and the Saints will have to battle the elements as well as Chip Kelly's 'run and gun' Oregon attack in order to continue onward in this year's NFL Playoffs. 

Sunday’s action begins with a 1:05ET kickoff featuring the improbable Wild Card winners the San Diego Chargers (9-7) visiting the AFC North Champion Cincinnati Bengals (11-5) at Paul Brown Stadium. San Diego needed a lot of help to advance to the Wild Card round and they got it. The Chargers will be looking to avenge a 17-10 home loss to the Bengals on December 1. 

The final game of Wild Card weekend has the San Francisco 49’rs (12-4) traveling to legendary Lambeau Field to take on the NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers (8-7). San Francisco beat Green Bay in the first game of the season 34-28 and also knocked them out of last season's NFL Playoffs.

The AFC West Champion Denver Broncos, the AFC East Champion New England Patriots, the NFC West Champion Seattle Seahawks, and the NFC South Champion Carolina Panthers earned a bye week and await the winners of this weekend’s games.



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