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NFL playoff Sunday divisional round schedule: Kickoff time, TV channel, streaming options for Steelers-Jaguars, Saints-Vikings

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Congratulations to the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles for advancing to the conference championships on Saturday. Now it’s time to see who those two teams will face next weekend.

First off, the Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Jacksonville Jaguars to determine the second AFC finalist. The Jaguars are coming off a war of attrition against the Buffalo Bills. However, their defense is legit, and if they can get the running game going against the Steelers, they’ll have more than a fighting chance. After all, this is the same Steelers team that lost to the Bears earlier in the season, and they won’t have Antonio Bryant at 100 percent either.

After we determine the AFC matchup, it’ll be time to turn to the NFC, where the Minnesota Vikings are hoping to become the first team to host their own Super Bowl in NFL history. They’ll have to take on the red-hot New Orleans Saints. The two teams met in the Monday Night Football Week 1 opener, with the Vikings winning convincingly, 29-19. However, teams drastically change over the course of the season, and it’s highly unlikely Sunday’s game will resemble anything that happened way back in September.

Here’s how to watch the two matchups on Sunday. Remember, all games are streamable for free—with no restrictions—on the Yahoo Sports app.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers

Location: Heinz Field
Time: 1:05 p.m. ET
Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Online steaming: Yahoo Sports app
Odds: Steelers by 7

New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings

Location: U.S. Bank Stadium — Minneapolis, MN
Time: 4:40 p.m. ET
Announcers: Joe Buck and Troy Aikman with Erin Andrews and Chris Myers
Online streaming: Fox Sports Go, Yahoo Sports app
Odds: Vikings by 5

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