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This is the final weekend of the NFL season with more than two games as the post season is down to the Divisional Round. Winners this weekend will be just one win away from the Super Bowl. Saturday will feature two games, and we have everything you need to watch those games.

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The NFL Playoffs are down to the final eight teams, bringing us to the Divisional Round of the postseason tournament. This weekend is often considered the best weekend of football, with four stand-alone games featuring the top teams in the league. Will this weekend live up to that standard?

The first game of the weekend will feature the Kansas City Chiefs heading to Foxboro to face the AFC East division champion New England Patriots. Kansas City's defense against the New England offense will be a fascinating matchup, and could go a long way to making this weekend a great couple of days of football.

The second game will see the Green Bay Packers head to Phoenix to rematch against the Arizona Cardinals just three weeks after losing to Arizona 38-8.  In last weekend's Wildcard Round, the Packers looked more like the team that was expected to make a deep playoff run at the start of the season, rather than that team that Arizona crushed. Which Green Bay team shows up this weekend?

Below, you will find everything you need to know to watch or stream the two Saturday games. We will look at the two Sunday games later.

Divisional Round
Saturday, January 16

AFC Divisional Game
(5) Chiefs at (2) Patriots

Game time: 4:35pm ET

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Weather: 39°F, Mostly Cloudy

TV channel: CBS

TV Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

Radio Network: Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network | New England Patriots Radio Network | Sirius Satellite Radio Channels 83 (Chiefs Broadcast), 82 (Patriots Broadcast), 88 (National Broadcast) | XM Satellite Radio Channels 226 (Chiefs Broadcast), 225 (Patriots Broadcast), 88 (National Broadcast)

Online streamingCBSSports.com and CBS Sports App via Roku/AppleTV/XBOX One/Windows 10/Chromecast | NFL Game Pass is the league's official streaming service though it is replays of the game and not available live.

Odds: Patriots -5 | O/U: 42.5

Chiefs blog: Arrowhead PrideTwitter: @ArrowheadPride

Enemy blog: Pats Pulpit Twitter: @PatsPulpit

All-time Head-to-Head: Chiefs 17-13-3 (Regular Season)

Last Matchup: Chiefs 41-14 @ Kansas City (Week 4, 2014)

Current Streak: Chiefs 1 win (2014)

NFC Divisional Game
(5) Packers at (2) Cardinals

Game time: 8:15pm ET

Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Weather: 54°F, Mostly Cloudy (Retractable Roof)

TV channel: NBC

TV Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

Radio Network: Green Bay Packers Radio Network | Arizona Cardinals Radio Network | Sirius Satellite Radio Channels 83 (Packers Broadcast), 82 (Cardinals Broadcast), 88 (National Broadcast) | XM Satellite Radio Channels 226 (Packers Broadcast), 225 (Cardinals Broadcast), 88 (National Broadcast)

Online streamingNBCSports.com's SNF All-AccessNFL Game Pass is the league's official streaming service though it is replays of the game and not available live. .

Odds: Cardinals -7 | O/U: 50

Packers blog: Acme Packing Company Twitter: @AcmePackingCo

Cardinals blog: Revenge of the Birds Twitter: @RevengeofBirds

All-time Head-to-Head: Packers 46-23-4 (Regular Season); 1-1 (Playoffs)

Last Matchup: Cardinals 38-8 @ Arizona (Week 16, 2015)

Current Streak: Cardinals 1 win (2015)

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