It's Raiders-Chiefs, Jets-Giants, and Seahawks-49ers on the Bay Area NFL Slate Saturday

There's a good slate of games on Saturday, Christmas Eve, and those matchups are punctuated with the game many of us have been waiting for, the Seattle Seahawks hosting the San Francisco 49ers. The Seahawks/49ers game has some major playoff implications - if the Hawks win it keeps their their faint playoff hopes alive and if the 49ers win it gives them a leg up on their quest to secure the No. 2 seed in the NFC, meaning that coveted first-round bye.

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Before that of course, though, there's an AFC West rivalry matchup between the Raiders and Chiefs in Kansas City that's not chopped liver. Will the Chiefs be able to keep rolling after beating the Packers last week? Will the Raiders be able to overcome their injuries and get the ship righted? Check that game out on CBS at 10am, with Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots on the call.

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During the commercials of that game, make sure you check out Fox to see the New York Giants take on the New York Jets, with Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa on the call. Obviously, there are playoff implications with that game as well, with players and coaches already getting chippy in the days running up to the matchup.

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Check out the506.com to see what's showing in your region!

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