Open thread: Sunday's playoff action

Coming up today/tonight:

Chargers at Ravens - 1:05 p.m. ET

Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson get his first taste of postseason action at home against one of the AFC's best teams when the 12-4 Chargers come to town.

With Jackson in for Joe Flacco, the Ravens won six of their last seven to wrap up the divisional title. That included a big road win over the Chargers two weeks ago as a long Mark Andrews touchdown and a late defensive score gave the Ravens a 22-10 win.

The Ravens don't have a ton of offensive firepower, but their defense has given up the second lowest number of points in the league, led by pro bowlers CJ Mosley and Eric Weddle. The Chargers have a ton of talent, with seven pro bowlers. On offense, they are led by Philip Rivers (32 touchdown passes), Melvin Gordon (14 touchdowns in 12 games) and Keenan Allen (1,196 receiving yards) and the defense features pro bowlers Melvin Ingram, Derwin James and Adrian Phillips, as well as stellar cornerback duo Desmond King and Casey Hayward.

Eagles at Bears - 4:40 p.m. ET

The big story heading into this game is Philadelphia quarterback Nick Foles. Having improbably led the Eagles to a Super Bowl win last season, Foles has found himself back in the starting role due to a Carson Wentz injury. The Eagles looked set to miss the postseason but have won five of their last six.

The 12-4 Bears are also hot as they stormed to a division title by winning nine of their last 10. In fact, they've only lost two games in regulation all year - by seven and one points.

The Eagles have been led by Zach Ertz, who has caught 116 passes for over 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns and defensive lineman Fletcher Cox, who punctuated another monster season with 10.5 sacks. The Bears offense is led by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (24 touchdown passes) and running backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen, but it's their league-best defense that drives them, led by Khalil Mack (12.5 sacks), Akiem Hicks and safety Eddie Jackson (six interceptions). Jackson has returned to practice this week so should be able to make his return.