NFL playoff schedule 2014: Sunday's game times for 49ers-Panthers, Chargers-Broncos

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The 2014 NFL playoffs continue on in the Divisional round with two more games. Read on for more information on the game time, TV channel it's on, the odds, how to watch the games via online streaming and lots more.

Saturday's AFC and NFC Divisional round games were not as exciting as the Wild Card weekend games. The Patriots beat the Colts in the AFC, 44-23, while the Seahawks held on to beat the Saints, 23-15. Sunday brings us two more games -- 49ers vs. Panthers and Chargers vs. Broncos.

That Chargers-Broncos game will be difficult to watch considering that's a quarter of the Chiefs schedule right there. In fact, that's four of the Chiefs final seven games so we're very familiar with both teams. If the Chiefs had beaten the Colts lsat weekend, they would have played the Patriots. The Chargers, as the lowest seed (6), was guaranteed to play the highest seeded Broncos (1).

Information on the games below.

SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

(5) San Francisco 49ers (12-4) vs. (2) Carolina Panthers

The 49ers topped the Packers in Green Bay last week in an impressive game. The Panthers had the NFC's No. 2 seed so they had a first round bye. The 49ers are the established team that has been doing this for a few years now. Carolina is the upstart team who is here for the first time. Both teams have terrific defenses and young, athletic quarterbacks. This should be a fun game.

The winner of this game will play the Seahawks in Seattle.

Time: 1:05 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Fox

Online streaming: Click here

SB Nation blogs: Niners Nation and Cat Scratch Reader

Odds: 49ers are 1-point favorite

Chiefs connection: Plenty of strong 49ers connections because of the Alex Smith trade. The Panthers are Geoff Schwartz's former team. The Panthers, like the Chiefs, have a recent No. 1 pick on the team. Unfortunately for KC, the Panthers got theirs in a quarterback year.

(6) San Diego Chargers (9-7) vs. (1) Denver Broncos (13-3)

Here we go now. The Chargers have beaten the Broncos one already this season. San Diego actually has an impressive slate of road victories with wins on the road over the Eagles, Chiefs, Broncos and Bengals.

The winner of this game will play the Patriots in the AFC Championship. If the Broncos win, the game will be in Denver. If the Chargers win, the game will be in New England.

Time: 4:40 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS

Online streamingClick here

SB Nation blogsBolts from the Blue and Mile High Report

Odds: Broncos are 8-point favorite

Chiefs connection: Two AFC West teams. The Chiefs went 0-4 against these teams. This game will suck to watch.

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