Like the wildcard round, the NFL playoffs divisional round will feature four total games -- two on Saturday and two on Sunday. The Baltimore Ravens will travel to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers on Saturday and the Atlanta Falcons will host the Green Bay Packers on Saturday.
Ravens vs. Steelers, 3:30 p.m. (CT), NBC: This is the third time these two teams have met and it should be another classic. These are usually the most brutal games of the year as both teams are known for their defense. They play in the same division, are constructed the same way and are seemingly the two hardest hitting teams in the league. I can not wait for this game.
Packers vs. Falcons, 7:00 p.m. (CT), FOX: This should be another excellent game as the No. 1 seed Falcons host the Packers. Matt Ryan has lost just twice in that dome so it'll be interesting to see how they do in the playoffs against a team like the Packers. The Packers aren't your typical wildcard team so I think this will be another great game.
That will wrap up the Saturday schedule which (except for the second game on FOX and not NBC) is identical to the Saturday games in the wildcard round.
If the Chiefs had beaten the Steelers, they'd be the ones playing on Saturday afternoon in Pittsburgh.