This year’s NFL playoffs are getting more exciting by the week. This weekend is no exception, with the Divisional Playoffs split between Saturday, Jan. 15 and Sunday, Jan. 16. Last weekend’s Wild Card matchups in the AFC sent the Indianapolis Colts home for the season, and the Chiefs back to Kansas City. In the NFC, last year’s Super Bowl champs the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles lead by the dynamic Michael Vick both finished their post-seasons.
This weekend, the AFC Divisional Playoffs start with the Baltimore Ravens vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday at 4:30 PM Eastern on CBS. The second game on Saturday will pit the Green Bay Packers against the Atlanta Falcons starting at 8:00 PM Eastern on FOX in the NFC playoffs.
On Sunday, the NFC Divisional Playoffs start at 1:00 PM ET with Green Bay vs. Atlanta on FOX. The AFC Playoffs continue with the New York Jets vs. the New England Patriots, at 4:30 PM Eastern on CBS.
Both playoff games on CBS will be broadcast in standard-definition (SD) 480i and high-definition (HD) in both 720p and 1080i. FOX broadcasts in both standard-definition (SD) 480i and high-definition (HD) 720p.
AFC Divisional Playoffs
Sat., Jan. 15, 4:30 PM ET CBS
Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh
Sun., Jan. 16, 4:30 PM ET CBS
New York Jets vs. New England
NFC Divisional Playoffs
Sat., Jan. 15, 8:00 PM ET FOX
Green Bay vs. Atlanta
Sun., Jan. 16, 1:00 PM ET FOX
Seattle vs. Chicago
As a DISH Network employee I am proud to inform you that DISH will be broadcasting all four of these games in HD. I can’t wait to see Ray Lewis make a devastating hit and Aaron Rogers make the game winning throw in HD. DISH also offers HD programming free for life. You can get more information about this at the DISH Network website.