The NFL playoff schedule 2013 has already provided several games producing winners who will advance on. As of this report, two more wild card games are still yet to be decided, but they will set the stage for next week's NFL playoff matchups.
As reported by on Jan 5., the Washington Examiner on Jan. 5, the key match ups will include Trent Williams vs. Chris Clemons, Rob Jackson vs. Russell Okung, and Lorenzo Alexander vs. Leon Washington. However, one matchup that many may be talking about after this game's settled will be the one involving two rookie quarterbacks who seem destined for superstar status. Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson have both enjoyed stellar first seasons, and will look to continue that with a big win in the NFC wild card game on Sunday's nightcap. That game begins at 4:30 p.m. EST in Landover, Maryland on Sunday evening.
Meanwhile, several match ups are already set for next weekend's AFC and NFC division games. The Houston Texans were victorious on Saturday, defeating the Bengals 19-13. Houston will move on to play at New England against the Patriots on Sunday, Jan. 13 at 4:30 p.m. EST with CBS providing televised coverage. On the other side of things, San Francisco will host Green Bay for an NFC division game on Saturday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. EST with FOX providing TV coverage.
In another AFC matchup, the Denver Broncos host the winner of the Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens game at 4:30 p.m. EST on Jan. 12, while the Atlanta Falcons will host the other NFC division game. They'll play either the Seattle Seahawks or Washington Redskins at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday, Jan. 13 with the game being shown on FOX.
Roanoke television viewers can see the games mentioned above via Cox Cable channels WDBJ 7 for CBS and WFXR 8 for FOX affiliate stations.