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2017 NFL Playoffs NFL Divisional Round Sunday TV Schedule: Packers At Cowboys, Steelers At Chiefs

Through six games, the 2017 NFL Playoffs have yet to provide a competitive matchup. Is today the day the postseason turns up a notch?

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott
Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott
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14-27. 6-26. 12-30. 13-38. 20-36. 16-34.

The 2017 NFL Playoffs have not been replete with 4th quarter showdowns...but perhaps today’s the day. With two contests featuring some top billing, perhaps today is the day the postseason heats up and the drama ratchets up a notch.

Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys

4:40pm ET - FOX

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers leads what was probably the hottest team closing out the 2016 regular season. Cowboys QB Dak Prescott hosts what was possibly the best team over the 16 weeks of the 2016 regular season. This one feels a bit more like an NFC Championship than the Divisional Round. And given the drama surrounding what happened two years ago...well, this one has the makings of a memorable one.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs

8:20pm ET - NBC

Ah, Pittsburgh postseasons where the weather dominates the storyline giving the Steel Curtain an unfair advantage.

Wait, what? It’s in Kansas City? And they delayed the game time to adjust for an ice storm carrying across the Midwest? And the Steelers are the offensive power coming into this one? Make American football great again.


NBC and CBS will stream for free. FOX and ESPN require subscription.