The Minnesota Vikings, making their first playoff appearance in three seasons, will kick off against the rival Green Bay Packers on Saturday at 7 p.m. CT at Lambeau Field. Television coverage is available on NBC. Saturday's game will be the second playoff game in the 51-year history of the Vikings-Packers rivalry. Minnesota won last week's game against Green Bay, 37-34.
In the other NFC Wild Card game, Seattle travels to Washington, with kickoff at 3:30 CT Sunday. Washington won the NFC East and made the playoffs by defeating Dallas last weekend. Seattle has the NFC's third-best record, finishing a half-game behind San Francisco in the NFC West.
On the AFC side, Houston hosts Cincinnati in the first Wild Card game, with kickoff scheduled for 3:30 CT Saturday. Houston held the NFL's best record for much of the season, but lost three of its last four games to fall into the Wild Card round. Cincinnati enters 10-6 on the year and winners of their last three games. Indianapolis faces Baltimore at noon CT Sunday in the other AFC Wild Card matchup.