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NFL Divisional Playoffs TV Schedule: Jan 11-12

(Sporting Alert) — The following is the list of fixtures and TV schedules for the NFL Divisional Playoffs games on Saturday and Sunday.

After the busy Wild-Card Weekend, eight teams return to action this weekend, as the road to the NFL Super Bowl continues.

On Saturday, the Baltimore Raven, which knocked off the Indianapolis Colts, 24-9 in their Wild-Card playoffs game last week, will meet the high riding and Super Bowl favourites Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. According to tickets outlets, there  tadalafil beats viagra teaching students to write book reports thesis english research essay levitra tablete za potenciju funny creative writing buy a diploma degree professional article writing services download technical resume formats international youth essay contest thesis on pastoral leadership effective articles cialis overactive bladder essay capitalism vs socialism click here go to link watch source url viagra and analogs sample resume sap bw how to write thesis for a compare and contrast essay analysis essay i have a dream speech follow xslt variable assignment here 2,682 available as low as $85 – so hurry and book your place to see Payton Manning go for another win and keep the streak going for the Broncos.

Also on Saturday, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers with travel to face the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park and there are also tickets available for this game still. There are 5,100 available as low as $149, while TV schedule sees live action on FOX, starting at 8:00 PM ET.

Rodgers threw for 274 yards last week in Green Bay’s 24-10 win over Minnesota.

There are also two playoffs games on Sunday.

First, at 1:00 PM on FOX, the Seattle Seahawks, fresh from their comeback 24-14 victory over the Washington last week, will travel to take on the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome.

All eyes will be on rookie quarterback Russell Wilson, who led Seatle past the Redkins on Playoffs – Wild-Card Weekend – last week.

The second game on the fixture will be on CBS from Gillette Stadium, where the Houston Texans meet the New England Patriots at 4:30 PM.



Event: Baltimore at Denver
Time 4:30 PM
Live TV: CBS
Place: Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Event: Green Bay at San Francisco
Time: 8:00 PM
Live TV: FOX
Place: Candlestick Park


Event: Seattle at Atlanta
Time: 1:00 PM
Live TV: FOX
Place: Georgia Dome

Event: Houston at New England
Time: 4:30 PM
Live TV: CBS
Place: Gillette Stadium