The 2012 NFL Playoffs rolls on with the final two Divisional Round games on Sunday. On Saturday, the San Francisco 49ers won a thriller against the New Orleans Saints, and the New England Patriots emphatically ended Tim Tebow time. Both of those teams advanced to their respective conference's championship games. On Sunday, we'll find out which two teams join them.
Below the jump, Sunday's NFL Playoffs schedule.
No. 3 Houston Texans at No. 2 Baltimore Ravens: Few are giving T.J. Yates and the Texans a chance, since the Ravens have been one of the best teams in the NFL at home, but with Arian Foster leading a strong ground game, the Texans always have a shot. It's still a pretty small shot, though. (CBS, 1 p.m.)
No. 4 New York Giants vs. No. 1 Green Bay Packers: Many are suggesting this could be a possible upset, since the Giants are playing well and the Packers looked a bit shaky down the stretch. A close game earlier in the year between these two teams helps reinforce that feeling. But this is still Green Bay playing at home, where they have been dominant. (FOX, 4:30 p.m.)