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

David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE

Two of the NFL's four Divisional round games will be played this afternoon. Read on for the game times, TV channels, odds and more on each of Saturday's games between the Saints and Seahawks in the NFC and the Colts and Patriots in the AFC.

The Divisional Round always provides some interesting match-ups. This year, 3 of the 4 games are re-matches. Here is the info on today's games.

(6) New Orleans Saints (11-5) vs. (1) Seattle Seahawks (13-3)

Time: 3:35 p.m. CT

TV channel: Fox

Odds: Seahawks 8-point favorite

Last game: 12/2/13, Seahawks won, 34-7

It will be really interesting to see the adjustments the Saints try to make after they were shut down in the earlier game.

I like the Seahawks here, but I do think it will be closer than 8.  Give Seattle to win but not to cover.

(4) Indianapolis Colts (11-5) vs. (2) New England Patriots (12-4)

Time: 7:15 p.m. CT

TV channel: CBS

Odds: Patriots are a 7-point favorite

Last game: 11/18/12, Patriots won, 59-24

This is the only game of the weekend that isn't a rematch.  Can Tom Brady keep the magic going with maybe the weakest supporting cast he has ever had?

I am never going to bet against Brady and the Patriots finding a way to win in Foxboro in January, but this game will be closer than 7 points.

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