NFL Playoffs 2014 TV schedule, how to watch online, radio and more

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The NFL playoffs continue this week with the divisional round. Here's a closer look at the broadcast schedule and online viewing options.

Following an eventful Wild Card round, the NFL playoffs will continue this weekend with four Divisional round matchups. There will be doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday featuring one game from the AFC and one from the NFC each day. CBS will be the home for the AFC matchups, and Fox will handle the broadcasts for the two NFC games.

The action starts in Seattle on Saturday with the Seahawks hosting the New Orleans Saints. New England welcomes Indianapolis to cap off the first day. The Divisional round comes to a close on Sunday, beginning with the San Francisco 49ers traveling to the Carolina Panthers and concluding with the Denver Broncos hosting theSan Diego Chargers. There will be plenty of familiarity on the field this weekend, with three of the four games being rematches from the regular season. San Diego and Denver play for a third time this year after splitting the season series.

NFL fans have a few options for following the games, including the ability to watch online. Here's a complete look at the schedule and viewing options.

Saturday, Jan. 11:

No. 1 Seattle vs. No. 6 New Orleans

Time: 4:35 p.m. ET

Location: CenturyLink Field -- Seattle

TV: Fox

Radio: Westwood One (check your local listings)

Online: Fox Sports Go (subscription to Comcast, Cablevision or AT&T U-verse required)

No. 2 New England vs. No. 4 Indianapolis

Time: 8:15 p.m.

Location: Gillette Stadium -- Foxboro, Mass.

TV: CBS

Radio: Westwood One (check your local listings)

Online: CBSSports.com

Sunday, Jan. 12:

No. 2 Carolina vs. No. 5 San Francisco

Time: 1:05 p.m.

Location: Bank of America Stadium -- Charlotte, N.C.

TV: Fox

Radio: Westwood One (check your local listings)

Online: Fox Sports Go (subscription to Comcast, Cablevision or AT&T U-verse required)

No. 1 Denver vs. No. 6 San Diego

Time: 4:40 p.m.

Location: Sports Authority Field at Mile High -- Denver

TV: CBS

Radio: Westwood One (check your local listings)

Online: CBSSports.com

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