2013 NFC playoff bracket, schedule: Packers, Redskins host Wild Card games

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Green Bay and Washington host Wild Card games this weekend as the NFC playoffs get underway. The winners of these games move on to face the NFC's top two seeds, Atlanta and San Francisco, the following week.

The Wild Card round of the 2013 NFC playoffs begins this weekend The sixth-seeded Vikings take on the third-seeded Packers in a rematch of their Week 17 contest, and the Seattle Seahawks travel to face the Washington Redskins.

No. 6 Minnesota Vikings at No. 3 Green Bay Packers (8 p.m. ET, Saturday, NBC)
These two teams split their regular-season meetings, though Minnesota beat Green Bay in Week 17 to clinch a playoff berth. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has more than 400 yards rushing against the Packers this season.

No. 5 Seattle Seahawks at No. 4 Washington Redskins (4:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, FOX)
The Seahawks finished the year second in the NFC West and come into the postseason riding a five-game winning streak, including a blowout win at home over the 49ers. The Redskins clinched the NFC East with a win over Dallas in Week 17 and they come into this matchup on a seven-game winning streak. Seattle and Washington did not meet during the regular season.

The winners of those games move onto the Divisional Round the following week, where the top-seeded Falcons and No. 2 49ers are waiting. A Packers victory would send them to San Francisco, while Atlanta would get the winner of Seattle-Washington. A Vikings victory would them to Atlanta, while San Francisco would get the winner of Seattle-Washington.

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