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NFL playoff results/schedule

Wild-card round

NFC

(3) Seahawks 26, (6) Lions 6

(4) Packers 38, (5) Giants 13

AFC

(4) Texans 27, (5) Raiders 14

(3) Steelers 30, (6) Dolphins 12

DIVISION ROUND

NFC

(2) Falcons 36, (3) Seahawks 20

(4) Packers 34, (1) Cowboys 31

AFC

(1) Patriots 34, (4) Texans 16

(3) Steelers 18, (2) Chiefs 16

Conference Championships

Sunday

NFC

(4) Packers at (2) Falcons, 3, Fox

AFC

(3) Steelers at (1) Patriots, 6:40, CBS

SUPER BOWL LI

Feb. 5, 6:30, at Houston, Fox

NFL playoff results/schedule 01/09/17 [Last modified: Sunday, January 15, 2017 11:33pm]
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