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Updated NFL Divisional Playoff Schedule

One of this weekend’s games has been moved due to weather concerns. What does the schedule look like now?

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We have moved on to the Divisional Round of the 2017 NFL Playoffs, and unfortunately we now have just seven meaningful games left before the long, dark tea time of the offseason. If you’re wanting to follow along with the action this weekend, here is all of the broadcast information you’ll be looking for.

The NFC will get things started this weekend, as the 3rd-seeded Seattle Seahawks, champions of the NFC West and 26-6 winners over the Detroit Lions last weekend, travel south to take on the #2 seed in the NFC, the Atlanta Falcons.

  • Kickoff time: 3:35 PM Central
  • Broadcast Channel: FOX
  • Play-by-Play Team: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch
  • Line: Atlanta -4.5, Over/Under 52

Saturday’s action will conclude in Foxboro, as the New England Patriots, the #1 seed in the AFC, will play host to the Houston Texans, who took out the Oakland Raiders in last weekend’s Wild Card round. The Patriots are a huge favorite in this one, as you could probably imagine.

  • Kickoff time: 7:00 PM Central
  • Broadcast Channel: CBS
  • Play-by-Play Team: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
  • Line: New England -16. . .yes, that’s sixteen. . .Over/Under 44.5

Due to some recent developments, the early game on Sunday will be the other side of the NFC bracket, featuring the Green Bay Packers making a trip to Jerryworld to take on the top seed in the NFC, the Dallas Cowboys.

  • Kickoff time: 3:30 PM Central
  • Broadcast Channel: FOX
  • Play-by-Play team: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
  • Line: Dallas -4, Over/Under 52.5

The final game of Divisional weekend will take place at Arrowhead Stadium, as the Pittsburgh Steelers will battle the Kansas City Chiefs. This game was initially scheduled for a noon Central time start, but was moved due to weather concerns in the Kansas City area. Now it will be the late game on Sunday rather than the early game.

  • Kickoff time: 7:00 PM Central
  • Broadcast Channel: NBC
  • Play-by-Play Team: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
  • Line: Kansas City -1, Over/Under 44.5

We will have an Open Thread up here for each of the matchups this weekend, so that you can sit back and discuss all of the Divisional Playoff action with your fellow Minnesota Vikings fans.