With Tebowmania hitting fever pitch after Tim Tebow’s touchdown pass in overtime to propel the Denver Broncos into the AFC Divsional Playoffs, there will be tons of interest in the Broncos’ rematch with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Saturday (CBS, 8pm ET). Brady and the Patriots snapped the Broncos’ six-game winning streak in Week 15 with a 41-23 win. Another intriguing rematch in the playoffs is the New York Giants at the Green Bay Packers Sunday (FOX, 4:30pm ET). While many will look back to the NFC Championship between the Giants and Packers in Jan. 2008 in which the Giants stunned the Pack 23-20 in OT, you don’t have to look back that far for a meaningful matchup between these two teams. The Packers beat the Giants 38-35 in Week 13, thanks to Aaron Rodgers completing some long passes in the final minute to set up the game-winning field goal. If Eli Manning can avoid the mistakes he made in their Week 13 matchup, I like the Giants’ chances of toppling the Packers. Other games are the New Orleans Saints at the San Francisco 49ers and the Houston Texans at the Baltimore Ravens.
Full NFL Divisional Playoffs TV schedule.
NFL Divisional Playoffs TV Schedule
Saturday, January 14
4:30pm ET: New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers, FOX
8pm ET: Denver Broncos at New England Patriots, CBS
Sunday, January 15
1pm ET: Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens, CBS
4:30pm ET: New York Giants at Green Bay Packers, FOX