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NFL playoff schedule 2014: Dates, times, TV channel, odds and more for Saturday's games

It's a Saturday playoff doubleheader.

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SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

Game day is here.

Not for the Rams, obviously, but, hey, football is football ... AND you at least get to root against the Seahawks. So there's that.

Which teams are you rooting for in the playoffs? I don't really have any rooting interest in the Saints vs. Seahawks (other than seeing Seattle lose). But I am pulling for the Colts to beat the Patriots ... SpyGate memories die hard, and I do enjoy watching Andrew Luck.

Here's all the info for watching today's games.

Saints vs. Seahawks

Game Date/Time and Location: Saturday, Jan. 11, 4:35 p.m. ET at CenturyLink Field, Seattle


Live coverage and updates:

Saints blog: Canal Street Chronicles / Follow Canal Street Chronicles on Twitter

Seahawks blog: Field Gulls / Follow Field Gulls on Twitter

Live NFL Scoreboard

Radio: New Orleans: WWL 870 AM/105.3 FM; Seattle: 710 ESPN

Watch Online: Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required). NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.

Odds: SEA -8; O/U 45

Colts vs. Patriots

Game Date/Time and Location: Sunday, Jan. 11, 8:15 p.m. ET at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.


Live coverage and updates:

Colts blog: Stampede Blue / Follow Stampede Blue on Twitter

Patriots blog Pats Pulpit / Follow Pats Pulpit on Twitter

Live NFL Playoffs Scoreboard

Radio: Indianapolis: WFNI (AM1070 and FM 107.5) and WLHK (FM 97.1); New England: WBZ 98.5 FM

Watch Online: You can watch it live on

Odds: NE -7.5; 51O/U

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