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NFL Playoffs TV Schedule: Ravens-Steelers, Seahawks-Bears, Jets-Patriots

Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 4:30 p.m. (ET), Saturday, CBS: Would you like 12 hours per day of coverage for this game? You should tune into ESPN right now. These may be two of the NFL's five best teams, and they play each other all the time, and they hate each other. Terrell Suggs sums up the non-Steelers fan's sentiments the best, so let's ride with the Ravens until Hines Ward wears a shirt that says the exact same thing about Baltimore, at which point a tie will be rooted for.

For an actual 24-hour day's worth of actual great substance about this game, join Baltimore Beatdown or Behind The Steel Curtain.

Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons, 8:00 p.m. (ET), Saturday, FOXPreviews and so forth here, plus live-bloggin' action.

For more, join Acme Packing Company or The Falcoholic.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears, 1:00 p.m. (ET), Sunday, FOX: Ah, the potential game of the weekend. If the Falcons win, this game is meaningless, as neither Jay Cutler nor Matt Hasselbeck will be doing much of anything in the Dome. But if the Packers win, the nation's hearts will begin to stir at the prospects of 9-9 Seattle hosting the NFC Championship Game. It can happen!

For more on what you can do to bring about the greatest NFC Championship ever, join Field Gulls or Windy City Gridiron.

New York Jets vs New England Patriots, 4:30 p.m. (ET), CBS: And this is where the other 12 hours of ESPN go.

Gang Green Nation or Pats Pulpit.

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