The Seahawks are headed to Washington, looking for their first road playoff win since Dec. 31, 1983.
To pull off a second consecutive win over the Packers, the Vikings will have to contend with the cold weather -- and Aaron Rodgers -- on Saturday night in the wild-card game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
The Texans will play the Bengals on Saturday in a wild-card playoff game. Houston beat Cincinnati 31-10 last year in the playoffs.
The Bengals search for their first playoff victory in 21 years in a rematch of last year's wild-card matchup at Houston.
The Packers defense simply has to play better than it did last week against the Vikings, when it allowed 37 points, if Green Bay wants to win the wild-card round rematch and advance in the playoffs.
Chargers coach Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith are expected to be fired sometime next week, so Sunday's game against the Raiders will likely be their curtain call. On the field, San Diego will try to stop mobile Oakland QB Terrelle Pryor, who will be making his first NFL start.
The Packers have already locked up a playoff berth, but that doesn't mean they won't be motivated against the Vikings on Sunday. They can improve their seed, and then there's this: not being on the wrong end of an Adrian Peterson record.
A win over St. Louis on Sunday will make the Seahawks 8-0 at home this year, a feat they haven't accomplished since their 2005 Super Bowl season.
The 49ers, who are favored by 16.5 points against the Arizona Cardinals, will be looking to regain some momentum Sunday following last week's lopsided loss to the Seahawks.
The Raiders will try to cap what has been a nightmare season with a victory, but what really matters is the performance of second-year quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who will make his first NFL start.

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