FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Only eight NFL teams will play football this weekend, and the Falcons are among that select group.
After an impressive performance on the road against the Rams, the Falcons will travel to Philadelphia to take on the top-seeded Eagles. Philadelphia is a deep and talented team that does a good job of controlling the line of scrimmage. Atlanta appears to be hitting its stride, however, and it can knock off the No. 1 seed with a strong performance.
HOW TO WATCH
- What:Atlanta Falcons (11-6) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (13-3)
- When: Sat., Jan. 13, 4:35 p.m. ET
- Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
- Announcers:Play-by-play – Al Michaels, color analyst – Cris Collinsworth
- Online: NFL Game Pass (out-of-market games can be viewed live)
- Radio: 92.9 The Game is the Falcons' official radio network. For a list of radio affiliates outside of Atlanta, click here. Fans who also have Sirius or XM Radio can find a list of NFL games, here.
- Stream:The NFL Playoffs can be streamed on mobile phones through the Yahoo Sports app free and regarldess of mobile carrier.
For a full map of every NFL broadcast this weekend, and which games will be available in certain areas, *click here. *
Here's the current forecast for Philadelphia on Saturday, according to The Weather Channel:
- Mostly cloudy
- High/low: 35/15
- 0 percent chance of precipitation
- 45 percent humidity
Dan Quinn announced on Tuesday afternoon that the Falcons made it through the wild-card round with no major injury concerns. Julio Jones and Matt Ryan were the only two players to miss Tuesday's practice. Jones' day off was planned and Ryan was excused for a personal matter. Like the Falcons, the Eagles appear to be in good shape injury-wise. The only player who did not participate in their Tuesday practice was linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, who was listed on their official injury report with a hamstring injury.