NFL Playoff Schedule: Divisional Round

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Saturday marked the beginning of the NFL's first-ever 'Super Wild Card Weekend,' and storylines abounded on two days of near non-stop football.

In the early game, the Bills hung on to beat the Colts and win their first playoff game in 25 years. Buffalo will host the Ravens after Baltimore beat the Titans, 20–13, on Sunday as quarterback Lamar Jackson won his first postseason game.

The Rams defense overwhelmed the Seahawks to defeat their NFC West rivals in Seattle on Saturday despite losing QB John Wolford to a neck injury early on. 

The Rams will travel to play the top-seeded Packers after New Orleans took care of business against the Bears on Sunday, setting up the third Buccaneers-Saints matchup of the season.

The Browns closed the wild-card round with the biggest upset of the weekend, stomping the Steelers for their first playoff road win since 1969. Their reward? A monumental challenge against the defending Super Bowl champs in Kansas City.

Check out the schedule for the Divisional Round:

Saturday: 

NFC: No. 6 Los Angeles Rams @ No. 1 Green Bay Packers - 4:35 ET

AFC: No. 5 Baltimore Ravens @ No. 2 Buffalo Bills - 8:15 ET

Sunday:

AFC: No. 6 Cleveland Browns @ No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs - 3:05 ET

NFC: No. 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ No. 2 New Orleans Saints - 6:40 ET