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AFC & NFC Championship Game Capsules

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Championship Weekend Preview

The final four teams are set and this Sunday will determine the two teams to play in Super Bowl XLIX.

“It’s fun to still be alive in the playoffs,” says Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS. “It’s exciting this time of year when you’re still playing.”

Championship Sunday begins with the NFC title game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks in a rematch of the Kickoff opener which Seattle won 36-16. The Seahawks defeated Carolina 31-17 last week while the Packers knocked off Dallas 26-21. The AFC Championship Game will feature the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots who met in Week 11 with New England winning 42-20. The Patriots defeated Baltimore 35-31 in the Divisional round and Indianapolis won at Denver 24-13.

With each of the four remaining playoff clubs looking to capitalize on the momentum built this past weekend in hopes of advancing to Super Bowl XLIX, they’ll have their work cut out for them on Championship Weekend.

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Divisional Playoffs What To Look For – A Look Back

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New York Jets-Miami, Buffalo-Jacksonville to Kickoff at 9:30 a.m. ET in London

The National Football League has today confirmed the following kickoff times for 2015 International Series games at Wembley Stadium, London:

October 4: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins, 9:30 a.m. ET (2:30 p.m. UK)

October 25: Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars, 9:30 a.m. ET (1:30 p.m. UK*) 

Kickoff time for the Detroit Lions at the Kansas City Chiefs on November 1 will be confirmed in the near future

The first and only previous International Series game to be staged as an early afternoon kickoff in the UK was when the Atlanta Falcons hosted the Detroit Lions on October 26, 2014.

*Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 a.m. on October 25 in the UK

What To Look For – Divisional Playoffs

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Divisional Playoffs Preview


And then there were eight.

On Saturday, January 10, the New England Patriots (12-4), the AFC East champions and the conference’s No. 1 seed, will host the Baltimore Ravens (11-6) at Gillette Stadium to kick off the weekend (NBC, 4:35 PM ET). That night in primetime (FOX, 8:15 PM ET), the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks (12-4), who won the NFC West and have home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs, will face the Carolina Panthers (8-8-1), who captured the NFC South, at CenturyLink Field.

On Sunday, January 11, the NFC North-champion Green Bay Packers (12-4) will welcome the Dallas Cowboys (13-4), the winners of the NFC East, to Lambeau Field (FOX, 1:05 PM ET) and the AFC West-champion Denver Broncos (12-4) will host the Indianapolis Colts (12-5), the winners of the AFC South (CBS, 4:40 PM ET).

“You’ve got to play your biggest at the biggest moments against the best teams in the toughest conditions,” says Patriots quarterback TOM BRADY. “You’ve got to see what you’re made of. That’s what this tournament is all about.”

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Wild Card Weekend What To Look For – A Look Back

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“Super Season” Kicks Off

The NFL playoffs begin on Saturday and Sunday, January 3-4, with Wild Card Weekend. On Saturday, the Arizona Cardinals play at the Carolina Panthers (ESPN, 4:35 PM ET) and the Baltimore Ravens visit the Pittsburgh Steelers (NBC, 8:15 PM ET). Wild Card Weekend continues Sunday with the Cincinnati Bengals at the Indianapolis Colts (CBS, 1:05 PM ET) and the Detroit Lions traveling to face the Dallas Cowboys (FOX, 4:40 PM ET).

The following week (January 10-11), the New England Patriots (Saturday, NBC, 4:35 PM ET) and Denver Broncos (Sunday, CBS, 4:40 PM ET) in the AFC and the Seattle Seahawks (Saturday, FOX, 8:15 PM ET) and Green Bay Packers (Sunday, FOX, 1:05 PM ET) in the NFC host the Divisional Playoffs. The Patriots and Seahawks own home-field advantage for the Conference Championship Games (January 18) if they win their Divisional contests.

The 2015 Pro Bowl will be played on Sunday, January 25 (ESPN, 8:00 PM ET) and Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, February 1 (NBC, 6:30 PM ET), both at University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.

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2014 NFL Records & Milestones

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Officiating Video – Week 17

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