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NFL TV Schedule: Ravens-Chiefs, Packers-Eagles Round Out Wildcard Weekend

The first round of the NFL playoffs will conclude on Sunday with two more games. After Saturday's wild finishes, I'm looking forward to both of these games. We'll see if both underdogs come out on top as well. The New Orleans Saints were stunned by the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday in the first game and the New York Jets edged out the Indianapolis Colts on a last second field goal.

Here's the schedule for today's games:

Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 12:00 p.m. (CT), CBS: The AFC West champs play the second place in the AFC North at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs are 7-1 at home and have been tough to beat there so the Ravens can't come in making mistakes. They have to be on point and ready for the Chiefs rushing attack of Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones. Matt Cassel can be effective in the right situation and that usually involved Dwayne Bowe.

Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 3:30 p.m. (CT), FOX: The Eagles are favored to win at home and I can see why with Michael Vick. But if Vick isn't on then this game goes to the Packers, I think. Green Bay has not been blown out this year and they won't be today in the snow in Philly. Look for this to be a very close game. I predicted the Eagles could come out on top so I'm sticking with that.