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Packers vs Seahawks : NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS on 12 Jan 2020 – Everything you need to know

The Wild Card round has wrapped up and we’re on to what may be the greatest few days of NFL football this month. The Divisional round opens one week from now, and the second-seeded Green Bay Packers will have the Wild Card Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Divisional round. The game is planned for Sunday, January twelfth, with the opening shot set for 6:40 p.m. ET. The game will air on FOX. The victor will progress to the NFC Championship Game to confront the champ of the 49ers-Vikings Divisional round matchup.

The Packers earned a first round bye with a 13-3 record and securing the NFC North. They secured the bye with a rebound prevail upon the Detroit Lions in Week 17. Then, the Seahawks asserted the top Wild Card compartment with a 11-5 record in the wake of missing out on the NFC West with a Week 17 misfortune to the 49ers. Seattle went into Philadelphia to beat the Eagles 17-9 in the Wild Card round.

Green Bay opened as a four-point most loved at DraftKings Sportsbook, with the point complete set at 46. The Packers completed the standard season 10-6 against the spread and went over the point all out multiple times. The Seahawks completed the customary season 7-8-1 ATS and went over the point absolute multiple times. They secured versus the Eagles in the Wild Card round and the point all out came in under.

Special case Weekend is in the books, and we have a large group of fantastic games on the docket for the divisional round. The greater part of them are quite crisp matchups, and every one of them join to highlight an interesting gathering of quarterbacks that may be exhibiting the long haul future at the position.

Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson have built up themselves. Lamar Jackson is going to win MVP. Ryan Tannehill is the new person on the season finisher scene. Just Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson are veterans with Super Bowl rings, except if you need to be a twitch and point out the two that Jimmy Garoppolo has as a reinforcement. There’s no Tom Brady. No Drew Brees. Just one of Russ and Rodgers can progress. We’re taking a gander at a divisional round with a gathering of quarterbacks where everybody is younger than 35 without precedent for, well, at any rate since 2009. It’s likewise a demonstration of the quality of the field that lone a solitary division victor (Houston) progressed out of the trump card round.

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