Eight former Ducks are scheduled to take the field on Saturday for their respective teams in the NFL playoffs. Only on the University of Miami, with 15, has more than UO or Wisconsin, which has nine players on active rosters for the divisional playoff round.
All four of the weekend's games will feature at least two Ducks, starting with the Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos in Saturday's early contest (1:30 p.m. PT, CBS). The Ravens and San Francisco 49ers have the most former UO standouts with two apiece.
|SATURDAY, JANUARY 12|
|BALTIMORE RAVENS AT DENVER BRONCOS (1:30 p.m. PT, CBS)|
|BALTIMORE (2)||DENVER (0)|
|GREEN BAY PACKERS AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (5 p.m. PT, FOX)|
|GREEN BAY (0)||SAN FRANCISCO (2)|
|SUNDAY, JANUARY 13|
|SEATTLE SEAHAWKS AT ATLANTA FALCONS (10 a.m. PT, FOX)|
|SEATTLE (1)||ATLANTA (1)|
|Max Unger||Drew Davis|
|HOUSTON TEXANS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (1:30 p.m. PT, CBS)|
|HOUSTON (1)||NEW ENGLAND (1)|
|Eddie Pleasant||Patrick Chung|