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NFL Sunday Divisional Games: An Open Thread

Ugh, the Cowboys might reach the NFC conference championship.

NFL: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Two more football games left this weekend, because the NFL never, ever stops. Yesterday’s games weren’t bad, but neither was particularly close.

Today we get to find out who meets yesterday’s winners in the respective conference championship games. They both should be good!

First up, the precocious Cowboys take on red-hot Aaron Rodgers in Arlington. Does Dak rise to the occasion and move on to face the Falcons? Or does Dallas crumble under pressure?

In the second game, who will head to Foxboro to meet the juggernaut Patriots en route to Bill Belichick’s 17,000th Super Bowl appearance? Andy Reid’s fun-loving Chiefs? Or dancing Antonio Brown and the Stillers?

If you’d like to stream these games, here’s how:

How to watch Packers vs. Cowboys


TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, January 15, 2017
Time: 4:40 PM ET
Channel: FOX
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas


Per Bovada, the Cowboys are the slight favorites to keep marching.

Green Bay Packers +4 (-120)
Dallas Cowboys -4 (EVEN)


How to watch Steelers vs. Chiefs


TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, January 15, 2017
Time: 8:20 PM ET
Channel: CBS
Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MissouriOdds

Per Bovada, the Chiefs are the favorites to win and advance.

Pittsburgh Steelers +1 (-120)
Kansas City Chiefs -1 (EVEN)


Note: This is an open thread for the Sunday playoff games. Feel free to discuss the games in the comment thread below!

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