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: