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2016 NFL playoffs schedule, Super Bowl LI coverage

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NFL 60-second preview: Championship games (1:03)

NFL Insider Dan Graziano breaks down this weekend's playoff games, in which Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will look to continue their amazing run and the Patriots' stingy defense will try to slow down Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers. (1:03)

The race to Super Bowl LI is on, with the New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers having advanced to the AFC and NFC Championship Games.

From the wild-card round through Super Bowl LI -- which is Sunday, Feb. 5, at NRG Stadium in Houston -- ESPN.com has you covered.

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Jump to: AFC Championship Game | NFC Championship Game | AFC divisional round | NFC divisional round | AFC wild card | NFC wild card | Full schedule


NFC Championship Game

No. 4 Green Bay Packers at No. 2 Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, Jan. 22 | 3:05 p.m. ET | Fox | Game HQ page


AFC Championship Game

No. 3 Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 1 New England Patriots

Sunday, Jan. 22 | 6:40 p.m. ET | CBS | Game HQ page

AFC divisional round

(No. 1) New England Patriots 34, (No. 4) Houston Texans 16

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(No. 3) Pittsburgh Steelers 18, (No. 2) Kansas City Chiefs 16

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NFC divisional round

(No. 2) Atlanta Falcons 36, (No. 3) Seattle Seahawks 20

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(No. 4) Green Bay Packers 34, (No. 1) Dallas Cowboys 31

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AFC wild card

(No. 4) Houston Texans 27, (No. 5) Oakland Raiders 14

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(No. 3) Pittsburgh Steelers 30, (No. 6) Miami Dolphins 12

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NFC wild card

(No. 3) Seattle Seahawks 26, (No. 6) Detroit Lions 6

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(No. 4) Green Bay Packers 38, (No. 5) New York Giants 13

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Full schedule