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Watch the NFL playoff games January 19 2014

For the football fans everywhere this is a good day to stay at home and watch the game.

On Sunday January 19, 2014 the Bay Areas own San Francisco 49ers will play against the Seattle Seahawks to determine the winner of the NFC West. The winner of this game will go on to play against the winner of the AFC West in the Superbowl on Sunday February 2nd at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford NJ. It will either be the New England Patriots or the winner of the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers game.

If your significant other is a fan of the one of the teams still in the race for a chance to play in Superbowl XLVIII get ready because it is going to be a long day. The first game starts at 3PM eastern time on CBS. Game two starts at 6:30PM eastern time on FOX. What can you do to keep yourself occupied?

If you enjoy watching the game then this is a great time for you as well. For couples who enjoy watching the game this is a win win situation. This is a great time for them to spend some quality time together.

For those who of you who could care less about football, the Superbowl or anything that has to do with sports this would be a good day to have a plan. Find something you would like to do and have at it. Maybe a good movie, time out with the girls, reading a good book or two or a day at the mall may work for you. Remember the games are going to be on all day so make sure you have a plan that will keep you occupied.

The playoffs happen every year around the same time so there should really be no surprises. Just think, after this there is only the big game left and then he will be free and clear to do whatever you want. Unless he's a Basketball fan.

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