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NFL Playoff Schedule Complete: Saints-Seahawks, Jets-Colts, Ravens-Chiefs, Packers-Eagles

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The NFL playoff picture is complete and we've got the entire schedule here.

The NFL playoff picture is complete. We know know the date, times and participants in the four games in the wildcard round and we also know the date and times for the divisional round, AFC and NFC Championship games and the Super Bowl. The entire NFL playoff schedule is out there.

Here's the entire schedule:

New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks: The Saints should be huge favorites in this one as the Seahawks limp into the playoffs after topping the St. Louis Rams on Sunday Night Football. The Seahawks were using their backup quarterback as they became the first time with a losing record to win the division.

This game is on Saturday 3:30 p.m. (CT) on NBC.

New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts: This is an excellent game as the Jets defense will have one of their biggest tests -- Peyton Manning. Chiefs fans should be rooting for the Jets in this one because, if that happens, the Chiefs would travel to Pittsburgh -- and not New England -- in the divisional round.

This game is on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. (CT) on NBC.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs: This is what we've been waiting all year for. The Chiefs are finally in the playoffs. The best matchup in this game will be the Chiefs run game, which is tops in the NFL, against the Ravens run defense, which is top five in the NFL. I already can't wait for this game.

This is on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. (CT) on CBS. 

Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles: The Michael Vick show continues on against a very good opponent. The Packers are 10-6 but all their losses are against very good teams and they're very close (with the exception of the loss to the Detroit Lions with their backup quarterback). This is going to be one heck of a game.

This is on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. (CT) on FOX.

If the Chiefs beat the Ravens and the Jets beat the Colts, then the Chiefs would travel to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers the following Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (CT) on CBS. If the Chiefs beat the Ravens and the Colts beat the Jets, the Chiefs would travel to New England to play the Patriots on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. on CBS.