2012 NFL Playoffs Bracket: Updated With Complete Divisional Round

It's official: Tim Tebow is moving on in the 2012 NFL playoffs. Tebow and the Denver Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the final game of Wild Card weekend, which means we now have the entire Divisional round set for both the AFC and NFC.

And for the first time in six years, all the home teams won on Wild Card weekend. Home field advantage is still king in the NFL.

You can download and print the updated NFL playoffs bracket, which includes the Broncos OT victory over the Steelers (still having trouble believing that). Every team in the playoffs will be playing this weekend, including the four teams that had a first round bye.

Here's a look at what's coming this weekend:

Check out the rest of the 2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

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