2013 NFL playoff schedule: Redskins, Colts look to keep momentum going

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Wild Card weekend continues on Sunday afternoon.

The NFL playoffs roll on Sunday afternoon with a pair of games that both happen to take place in the Mid-Atlantic region. Hopefully, the last two games of Wild Card weekend are a little more exciting than the first two from Saturday, which saw the Texans and Packers skate past the Bengals and Vikings, respectively.


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The Baltimore Ravens host the Indianapolis Colts at 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS. This game will be the last one linebacker Ray Lewis plays in Baltimore. He announced that he would retire after the season earlier in the week. Indianapolis brings an inspirational tale of its own into this one. This will be the second game back in action for head coach Chuck Pagano, who left the team in September after being diagnosed with leukemia. Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck has seven game-winning drives this season.


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At 4:30 p.m. ET, a pair of rookie sensations meet at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., when Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins take on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Both quarterbacks are leading the discussion for the league's rookie of the year award. That game will be broadcast on the FOX network.


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Saturday's winners have dates set up for next weekend. The Texans will hit the road for a game against the New England Patriots next Sunday. San Francisco will host the Packers on Saturday.

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