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NFL Playoff Schedule 2015: Packers-Seahawks, Colts-Patriots set in Championship round

The Final Four teams play for the Super Bowl on Sunday

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There are two more games this weekend as the NFL Playoffs wind down.  Both #1 seeds are still alive in the playoffs and will be hosting a #2 and #4 seed tomorrow.

The first game tomorrow will feature the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks hosting the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field.  Aaron Rodgers is playing with a calf injury that limited his mobility vs the Dallas Cowboys last week, but he was able to come out in the 2nd half and lead his team to victory with some clutch plays.  The Dez Bryant No Catch on 4th down was a huge play in the game, and will cause the Rules Committee to look at how to improve the "Calvin Johnson" rule.

The second game will showcase Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts as they try to knock off another Hall of Fame-bound, Super Bowl winning QB.  The New England Patriots needed to come back from two 14 point deficits last week to defeat the Baltimore Ravens.  They pulled out a lot of tricks that John Harbaugh didn't like, but were perfectly legal.

Will we see the two #1 seeds in the Super Bowl this year?  Both home teams are favored by about a touchdown.  Aaron Rodgers is still hurt and going into one of the best home field advantages in the league. The Colts have question marks on defense and at running back, but the Patriots looked beatable last week.

NFL Odds

Sunday, Jan 18

NFC Championship Game: (2) Green Bay Packers vs. (1) Seattle Seahawks, 3:05 p.m. (FOX)

AFC Championship Game: (4) Indianapolis Colts vs. (1) New England Patriots, 6:40 p.m. (CBS)

Sunday, Feb. 1

Super Bowl XLIX, 6:30 p.m. (NBC)