After a weekend of competitive Wild Card games, the NFL Playoffs move on to the Divisional round Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 13 and 14.
In the AFC, the top-seeded Denver Broncos host the No. 4 Baltimore Ravens at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Denver and Baltimore meet in a rematch of their Dec. 16 matchup in Baltimore, which Denver won, 34-17. The Broncos had a first-round bye, and the Ravens advanced with a 24-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Denver and Baltimore are set to kick off Saturday, Jan. 12 at 4:30 p.m. ET.
On Sunday, the No. 3 Houston Texans, fresh off a 19-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, travel to Gillette Stadium to face the No. 2 New England Patriots at 4:30 p.m. CT. After an 11-1 start to the season, the Texans were punished on Dec. 10 at New England, falling to the Patriots, 42-14.
The NFC Divisional round kicks off Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, when the No. 2 San Francisco 49ers and No. 3 Green Bay Packers square off at San Francisco's Candlestick Park. Green Bay is coming off a 24-10 win over the rival Minnesota Vikings in their Wild Card game. San Francisco and Green Bay opened the season with a meeting at Lambeau Field, which the 49ers won, 30-22.
The No. 1-seed Atlanta Falcons host the fifth-seeded Seattle Seahawks, who claimed a 24-14 win over the Washington Redskins, at the Georgia Dome on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET. The Falcons and Seahawks last met on Oct. 2, 2011, when Atlanta edged Seattle, 30-28, at CenturyLink Field.
CBS has the rights for the television AFC contests, while FOX will broadcast the NFC games.
The winners of Saturday's and Sunday's contests will advance to the conference championship games on Sunday, Jan. 20. The complete NFL playoff bracket is available at NFL.com.