NFL playoff football continues on Sunday. After the New England Patriots came back to beat the Baltimore Ravens and the Seattle Seahawks blew out the Carolina Panthers on Saturday, two more games await on Sunday. The Green Bay Packers will host the Dallas Cowboys in a game that could break the NFL TV ratings, and then the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos meet for another round of Luck vs. Manning. Both the No. 1 seeds await the winners of today's games.
Here is the schedule for Sunday's NFL playoff games. Times are ET.
(3) Dallas Cowboys vs. (2) Green Bay Packers, 1:05 p.m. (FOX)
You can STREAM the game online right here. Green Bay, who is hosting the game, is a 5.5-point favorite over Dallas right now. The Cowboys of course got in here partially thanks to that controversial call in the Wild Card round against the Detroit Lions. I am picking Green Bay but I also have this as my top game of the weekend. (Well, I said that yesterday -- tough to beat the Ravens-Patriots game on Saturday).
Whoever wins this game will go on the road to Seattle to face the Seahawks next weekend.
(4) Indianapolis Colts vs. (2) Denver Broncos 4:40 p.m. (CBS)
You can STREAM the game online right here. The Broncos are a touchdown favorite over the Colts at home. What I like about this game is that neither team is really every going to be out of the game. As Chiefs fans know, the Colts are very capable of putting up points in a hurry. (Chiefs fans actually know this from that time they took a 21-0 lead on Denver). I am picking the Broncos to win but this has the potential to be another Ravens-Patriots game where we have a lot of points and it's close to the end.
Whoever wins this game will travel to New England to play the Patriots next weekend.
Sunday, Jan 18
NFC Championship Game, 3:05 p.m. (FOX)
AFC Championship Game, 6:40 p.m. (CBS)
Sunday, Feb. 1
Super Bowl XLIX, 6:30 p.m.