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The NFL Playoff matchups are set, with the AFC and NFC Wild Card rounds beginning Saturday.
The matchups are set for the NFL Playoffs, with AFC and NFC Wild Card contests beginning Saturday.
In the AFC, the late-season slide of the Houston Texans allowed the Denver Broncos to grab the No. 1 seed and a bye this weekend. The New England Patriots captured the No. 2 seed. Both Denver and New England won in Week 17, while the reeling Texans lost to Indianapolis.
Houston drops to the No. 3 seed in the AFC, and will face the No. 6 seed Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card round. The No. 4 seed Baltimore Ravens will host the No. 5 seed Colts in the weekend's other AFC playoff game.
The Atlanta Falcons are the top seed in the NFC, earning a bye next weekend, with the San Francisco 49ers taking the second NFC playoff position. The Minnesota Vikings 37-34 win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday means a rematch in next weekend's NFC wild card round, as No. 3 seed Green Bay will host No. 6 seed Minnesota. The winner of the Redskins versus Cowboys Sunday night game will be the No. 4 seed and will host the No. 5 seed Seattle Seahawks.
The full Wild Card weekend schedule: