NFL playoffs 2013 schedule, bracket: Broncos host Ravens, Niners host Packers

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There will be two playoff games on Saturday as the Broncos will host the Ravens and the Packers will travel to San Francisco to play the 49ers.

The NFL has two great games in store for football fans on Saturday, one from each division. First, the AFC No. 1 seed Denver Broncos will host the No. 4 seed Baltimore Ravens and then the No. 2 seed San Francisco 49ers will host the No. 3 seed Green Bay Packers.

The Broncos and Ravens met in Baltimore in Week 15, where the Broncos came away with a 35-17 win. If the Broncos win, they'll host either the Houston Texans or New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game. If the Ravens win, they'll either travel to Houston or Foxborough to face the winner of the Texans-Patriots game.

The Packers and the 49ers met in Week 1 Lambeau Field when the Niners came away with a 30-22 win. If the Packers win they will either host the host the Seattle Seahawks or travel to Atlanta to play the Falcons, depending on who wins the other NFC game. The same goes for the 49ers, if they win.

The Ravens-Broncos game kicks off at 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday and will be broadcast on CBS and the Packers-Niners game will kickoff at 8 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on FOX.

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