In the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles are trying to do it again with backup quarterback Nick Foles at the helm.
They edged the Chicago Bears 16-15 in their wild-card matchup with a little thanks to a slightly tipped field goal off the foot of Cody Parkey, sending them to a contest with No. 1 seed New Orleans Saints.
The Dallas Cowboys, meanwhile, held off the Seattle Seahawks and will have a date with the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday.
In the AFC, the Los Angeles Chargers will be trying to win back-to-back road games during their showdown against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, while Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs after taking care of the Houston Texans in a Wild Card Weekend rout.
Saturday, January 12
Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs (4:35 p.m., NBC)
Odds: Kansas City (-5), O/U (57.5)
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams (8:15 p.m., Fox)
Odds: Los Angeles (-7), O/U (49.5)
Sunday, January 13
Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots (1:05 p.m., CBS)
Odds: New England (-4), O/U (48)
Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints (4:40 p.m., Fox)
Odds: New Orleans (-8), O/U (51)
In addition to the broadcast networks, all playoff games can be viewed on FuboTV.
Odds via OddsShark. All times ET.
The 2019 NFL Playoffs continue with this weekend’s Divisional Round. After some time to rest their players and get focused on a Super Bowl run, the New Orleans Saints are ready to host the Philadelphia Eagles inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Who Dat Nation has waited for far too long for this weekend to finally get here, so let it finally begin! Let’s take a look at this marquee matchup as well as the other three games this Divisional playoff weekend!