NFL Playoff Schedule: 2014-15 Divisional Round Set

By Kevin Kelley -

The Divisional Round match-ups for the 2014-15 NFL Playoffs are set after the completion of the Wild-Card Round on Sunday evening.

In the AFC, the 6th seed Baltimore Ravens upset the 3rd seed Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 on Saturday night. Then on Sunday, the 4th seed Indianapolis Colts defeated the 5th seed Cincinnati Bengals 26-10.

Baltimore advances to the Divisional Round and will travel to face the 1st seed New England Patriots on Saturday (4:35pm ET, NBC). The other AFC match-up features the 2nd seed Denver Broncos hosting the 4th seed Indianapolis Colts (Sunday, 4:40pm ET, CBS).

In the NFC, the 4th seed Carolina Panthers knocked off the 5th seed Arizona Cardinals 27-16 on Saturday. On Sunday, the 3rd seed Dallas Cowboys defeated the 6th seed Detroit Lions 24-20.

Carolina advances to play at the 1st seed Seattle Seahawks on Saturday (8:15pm ET, FOX), while Dallas moves on to play at 2nd seed Green Bay on Sunday (1:05pm ET, FOX).

(Full Schedule w/ PDF version)


Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015
(1) New England 35, (6) Baltimore 31
(1) Seattle 31, (4) Carolina 17

Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015
(2) Green Bay 26, (3) Dallas 21
(4) Indianapolis 24, (2) Denver 13


Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015
Seattle 28, Green Bay 22 (OT)
New England 45, Indianapolis 7

U. of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015
New England vs. Seattle – 6:30pm ET, NBC

Comments (5)

why do they pre-set the times for the Conf. champ. games? If Seattle hosts, that’s a Noon local time start. And nothing like a 6:30 start in Boston in January….

It rotates by year. So in the even years (this year), the AFC hosts the late game, while the NC hosts the early game.
I agree with you though they shouldn’t preset the times, they should have the better game be at 5 PT, and the not-as-good game at 1:30 PT. You should be able to have the primetime starts because the following day is MLK Jr Day, so there is no work/school.