NFL playoffs: Divisional round Saturday TV schedule, odds and more

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The gameday info for those who want some info on the games being played.

The divisional round of the playoff is here. Saturday's games have the Seahawks hosting the Saints in the earlier game, while Tom Brady and the Patriots host the Colts and Andrew Luck.

Here is the TV viewing information you may want, as well as the odds for the game

New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks, 4:35 PM FOX (2:35 PM Arizona time)

Broadcasters: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

After logging their first ever road playoff win, the Saints travel to Seattle, where they suffered a 34-7 loss to the Seahawks already this season. It will be the first time since 1978 that two quarterbacks under six feet tall will play against one another. How's that for a stat?

Odds: Seattle -8, Over/under 45

Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots, 8:15 ET CBS (6:15 Arizona time)

Broadcasters: Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf

This is the one game of the four weekend games in which the teams have not played each other already this season. Andrew Luck leads the Colts to Foxboro to take on Tom Brady. Will Luck add to his growing legend? Can he take down Brady to take another step forward as "the quarterback"?

Odds: Pats -7.5, over/under 50

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