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NFL Playoff Schedule January 11, 12 Prompts Divisional Football Games

NFL Playoff Schedule January 11, 12, 2014 1-12-14 what time channel Prompts Divisional Football Games

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – The NFL Playoff Schedule for this January 11 and January 12 delivers your Divisional Football games for the 2013-14 seasons. After confusion over the NFL Playoff Bracket 2014, fans learned late last Sunday this year’s divisional playoff schedule, start times, and channels for this weekend’s games.

The NFL Playoff Schedule 2014 for this weekend features two games on two networks at three different times. On both days, Fox will carry the early football game while CBS will carry the later game.

The Saints vs. Seahawks 2014 game kicks off the weekend action first. Reps remind news that Fox will air the Saints vs. Seahawks NFL Playoff game with a 4:35 PM EST start time on Saturday January 11. Then, roughly four hours later, football fans will get the second game. Saturday evening, CBS will carry the Colts vs. Patriots 2014 Playoff football game. That game will feature a start time of 8:15 pm EST live from Gillette Stadium, officials remind news.

On Sunday, football fans will want to be prepared for earlier results. Both games will air roughly three to four hours earlier on Sunday compared to Saturday. First the 49ers vs. Panthers 2014 head to Fox on Sunday January 12, 2014, officials tell news. Start time is 1:05 PM EST. Then finally, the Chargers vs. Broncos head to the field at 4:40 PM EST on CBS.

The Broncos are coming a huge season and last game against the Raiders, final score 34-14. “This was a good game today,” Peyton Manning told ESPN news after that game “We needed this win. We needed to improve on some things. The coaches challenged us in a couple of areas and I think we responded to those challenges.”

Broncos head coach John Fox was impressed with how the game started. “The first half was about as good in all three phases as we’ve been all year. It allowed us to get some guys out of the game and rest them and still take care of business on the field.” For the NFL schedule this weekend click HERE.

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