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NFL TV Schedule: Seahawks-Bears, Jets-Patriots

The NFL playoffs continue on with the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears in the NFC and the New York Jets and New England Patriots in the AFC. Saturday's games saw the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens and the Green Bay Packers beat the Atlanta Falcons.

Here is the NFL TV schedule for Sunday:
Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears, 12:00 p.m. (CT), FOX: Seattle was 7-9 entering the playoffs and folks were talking about changing the playoff structure so someone like the Seahawks, with a losing record, don't enter the playoffs again. The Seahawks responded by beating the New Orleans Saints last week so this week against the Bears I'm not sure what to expect. Seattle was a 10 point 'dog last week against the Saints and, again, they're 10 point dogs against the Bears. I suppose I have to pick to the Bears to win but I do not feel comfortable with that pick. Chiefs fans should know Jay Cutler has a four-interception game in him.

New York Jets vs. New England Patriots, 3:30 p.m. (CT), CBS: This is the game so many of us wanted to see. The Jets beat the Indianapolis Colts last week to get here and the Patriots hold the No. 1 overall seed in the AFC. They split the season series with the Jets winning and early game and the Patriots blowing them out 45-3 in the first week of December. The Patriots are a touchdown favorite, which is a large line, so we'll see which Jets team shows up.