Here's a look at this year's Divisional round schedule.
Denver Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 4:30 p.m. ET, CBS
Manning and the top-seeded Denver Broncos kick off the weekend on Saturday when they play host to Ray Lewis and the Ravens. Baltimore is coming off an emotional win over Indianapolis in Lewis' final home game of his career. On Saturday, Lewis and the Ravens will try to upset the Broncos and extend the Hall-of-Fame linebacker's career by another week.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers, 8 p.m. ET, FOX
Jim Harbaugh's 49ers are showcased in primetime on Saturday night when they play host to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. San Francisco is aiming to return to the NFC title game for the second-consecutive season, while the Packers will attempt to avoid Divisional round losses in consecutive years after losing to the New York Giants in last year's Divisional round.
Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks, 1 p.m. ET, FOX
Russell Wilson will try to keep his fairytale story alive on Sunday when the Seahawks head to Atlanta to take on the top-seeded Falcons. Matt Ryan will try to prevent Wilson's Seahawks from moving on as the former Boston College quarterback tries to notch his first-ever playoff victory.
New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans, 4:30 p.m. ET, CBS
The Divisional round ends with last year's AFC champions as the Patriots play host to the Texans. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will attempt to advance to their seventh AFC title game since Brady became the starter in 2001, while Gary Kubiak and the Texans try to advance to their first AFC title game in franchise history.