With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking down the Washington Football Team and the Los Angeles Rams dismantling the rival Seattle Seahawks on Saturday, the New Orleans Saints have taken care of business against the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon, setting up the NFC's divisional round slate for next weekend.

The Green Bay Packers, who received a first round bye for the opening round of the playoffs after winning the top seed in the NFC, will host the always dangerous Rams with Los Angeles already producing a postseason win this time around.

On the other side of the bracket, the aforementioned Buccaneers, who came in second place in the NFC South, will travel to New Orleans to attempt to edge out the No. 2 seeded Saints, who ultimately came away with the divisional crown.

Even though the NFC saw its third and fourth seeded teams go down in the wild card round with both Washington and Seattle bowing out prematurely, next weekend's schedule will still feature more than enough star power on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

Obviously, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will all take centerstage, the NFC's divisional round will also feature Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Saints running back Alvin Kamara, Packers wide receiver Davante Adams and so many more.

With both of these NFC games in line to be highly competitive, every single superstar is going to need to come out swinging as each contest can truly go either way at the most crucial point in the entire season to date.