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article imageNFL Schedule: Wild Card playoffs set as road to Super Bowl begins

By Larry Seely     Dec 30, 2013 in Sports
The 2013 NFL regular season is over and the final 12 teams are preparing to give it their all and hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy in New York on Feb. 2.
The opening weekend has some great contests and it all begins on Saturday when Kansas City travels to Indianapolis to face the Colts. These two teams just played a couple weeks ago with Indy topping the Chiefs 23-7, but Kansas City has revenge on their mind for the afternoon kick off.
Saturday night has the first NFC Wild Card game with the New Orleans Saints traveling to Philadelphia to face the Eagles. This should be one of the better offensive contests of the weekend and a terrific game for football fans all over the globe to watch.
Sunday morning has San Diego on the road against Cincinnati. The Chargers lost to the Bengals 17-10 in week ten and now face the task of beating Cincy at home and with the winter weather, it could be a tough game for the team from Southern California.
The NFL Playoffs finish off Sunday afternoon with a terrific contest. San Francisco hits the road to play the Green Bay packers and Aaron Rodgers. These two football teams played a great game way back in week one with the 49ers prevailing at home 34-28, but once again the weather in Milwaukee could play a big role in the final outcome of this game.
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