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2021 NFL Divisional Round TV schedule, start times

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Well the Seattle Seahawks won’t take further part in the 2021 NFL Playoffs after Saturday’s letdown at Lumen Field. Had they won against the Los Angeles Rams, they would’ve faced the New Orleans Saints. I do not think that game would have ended well for the Seahawks. Styles make fights, yadda yadda, it’s clear to me Seattle needed a lot of fortunate results within the NFC playoffs (e.g. play Washington in the Divisional Round) to make a serious Super Bowl run with the way they were playing.

Anyway, next Saturday begins with the triumphant Rams traveling to Lambeau Field to take on the #1 seeded Green Bay Packers. The night-capper is must-see TV between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills on NBC. For my money that’s the best matchup of the weekend.

Sunday sees the Cleveland Browns take on the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, ideally with their coaching staff all back on the sidelines. Lastly, Brady vs. Brees III in what could be Brees’ final game of his illustrious career, or at least his final home game should the Saints and Packers both win.

We may be Seahawks fans but we are also football fans and I’ll be watching every game. Here’s the schedule:

Saturday, January 16th

Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers - 1:35 PM PT on FOX

Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills - 5:15 PM PT on NBC

Sunday, January 17th

Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs - 12:05 PM PT on CBS

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints - 3:40 PM PT on FOX