2013 NFL Divisional playoff schedule: 49ers face Packers on Saturday night

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The field has been trimmed to eight as the NFL plays its Divisional round this weekend.

The San Francisco 49ers get back to action against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday at 5 p.m. PT on Fox as part of the 2013 NFL Divisional playoff schedule. The game will be a rematch of Week 1, when the Niners took down the Packers at Lambeau Field.

The winner of that matchup will move on to play the survivor of the Seahawks and Falcons in the NFC Championship. Seattle faces Atlanta in the Georgia Dome Sunday at 10 a.m. PT on Fox. The visitors are coming off a Wild Card win over the Washington Redskins and are riding a six-game winning streak. The Falcons are the No. 1 seed as they look to shake off the notion that they can't win in the playoffs.

Over in the AFC, the Broncos and Ravens get the weekend started as they face off on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. PT in Denver on CBS. The two teams met in Week 15, with Peyton Manning leading the Broncos to an easy, 34-17 victory over Baltimore.

The potential for another Tom Brady-Manning playoff showdown looms as the Patriots also host a team they have beaten handily recently, the Houston Texans. The two teams cap off the weekend Sunday at 1:30 p.m. PT on CBS. New England hosted Houston in Week 14 and came away with a 42-14 victory.

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