NFL Playoff Schedule 2015: TV info, odds, point spread and prediction

The NFL playoff will continue for the divisional games this weekend. The winners will battle for the AFC and NFC conference title game.

After the Wild-Card games, eight teams remain to have a shot at the Super Bowl 2015. Four each from the AFC and NFC. Without a doubt, stories and previews about the four games this weekend will continue to come out as changes and injury updates are starting to be revealed.

Moreover, analysis and predictions of the upcoming games cannot be neglected at all. Through there are opinionated criticisms and suggestions being brought about by NFL experts and analysts, the preparations of the eight teams will be the center of the effort of the coaches and staff.

Baltimore Ravens vs New England Patriots –

The New England Patriots may have the homefield advantage but the Baltimore Ravens have another idea in looking at the game. The Ravens defeated the Patriots twice in the playoff in the Gillette Stadium through their vaunted defense. Nothing is new to the Patriots except that they are again the No. 1 seed in the AFC. However, the Ravens have the panacea to dismantle the offense of quarterback Tom Brady.

While the Ravens are known for their defense, the Patriots have the defense to topple John Flacco’s offense. The defense of the Patriots has been the key why they are effective this season.

When: 4:35 p.m. ET, Saturday Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough TV: NBC Odds and Point Spread: -7 New England
Prediction: New England wins and covers the spread

Indianapolis Colts vs Denver Broncos –

Two quarterbacks historical connection. The younger, the future of the Colts, the older, the past of the same team who is now at Denver. The Colts vs Broncos playoff game is always centered on the Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck. While both believe that this game is about their teams, an ordinary fan will take this as Luck vs Manning. A shootout between the two quarterbacks is expected

When: 4:40 PM ET, January 11, 2015 Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO Coverage: CBS Odds and Point Spread: -7 Denver
Prediction: Indianapolis wins

Carolina Panthers vs Seattle Seahawks –

The two hottest teams in the NFL. The defense would be the focus of this match up between the defending champions Seattle Seahawks against the Carolina Panthers who have been living each week to stay alive. The Seahawks are back to where they started their journey to the Super Bowl as season ago, on top of the NFC. Seattle will utilize the sounds of the crowd to dismantle the opposing team. This NFL playoff schedule between the Seahawks and the Panthers is all about which team will play the best defense.

When: 8:15 PM ET, January 10, 2015 Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA TV: FOX Odds and Point Spread: -11 Seattle
Prediction: Seattle wins but will not cover the spread

Dallas Cowboys vs Green Bay Packers –

Tony Romo vs Aaron Rodgers. Two of the best quarterbacks in the NFC will have this gigantic collision. The Green Bay Packers may have the homefield advantage but the Cowboys are 8-0 on the road. Will the chilly condition at Lambeau Field will affect the play of Dallas, who are tooled to beat any team on the road. However, the Packers are 8-0 at home and they know how to beat the opponents especially at their home field.

When: 1:05 PM ET, January 11, 2015 Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI TV: Fox Odds and Point Spread: -6 Green Bay
Prediction: Dallas wins

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