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Jay Cutler and company don't have to play the guessing game any longer.
Chicago, fresh off a bye week, will host Seattle in the NFC divisional playoffs Sunday at noon CT.
The Seahawks advanced past wild card weekend by upsetting New Orleans, the defending Super Bowl champions, 41-36 in Seattle. (If you missed Marshawn Lynch's incredible 67-yard TD run to clinch the Seahawks' win, you gotta see it.)
Chicago and Seattle met earlier this season with the Seahawks getting the upperhand, 23-20, in October at Soldier Field. In that game, the Bears' offense failed to convert a third down (0-for-12), while Cutler completed only 17 of 39 pass attempts and was sacked six times.
Cutler will be getting his first crack at the postseason along with former Commodores Earl Bennett, D.J. Moore and Chris Williams.
NFL Divisional Playoffs schedule
Saturday, Jan. 15
AFC: Baltimore at Pittsburgh (CBS), 3:30 p.m. CT
NFC: Green Bay at Atlanta (FOX), 7 p.m. CT
Sunday, Jan. 16
NFC: Seattle at Chicago (FOX), 12 p.m. CT
AFC: N.Y. Jets at New England (CBS), 3:30 p.m. CT
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