How to watch the AFC divisional playoff matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills and the odds

How to watch the AFC divisional playoff matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills and the odds

Fans of the NFL will get to see another great game between Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen as the Kansas City Chiefs go to Buffalo to play the Bills. The winner will go to the AFC Championship Game.

The Chiefs stopped the Miami Dolphins in their tracks with a convincing 26-7 win in the wild-card round. It was one of the coldest games in NFL history.

The win made Kansas City’s playoff victory streak to four games. The Chiefs are trying to become the first team of the New England Patriots between 2003 and 2004 to win consecutively Super Bowls.

After going on a five-game winning streak after the regular season, Buffalo was ready for a playoff game at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

It was changed a day later because of bad weather, and the Bills got off to a great start that sent them to the next round, even though it was freezing outside. Now, Buffalo plays Kansas City, a team it defeated previously this season.

We are now in the middle of the NFL playoffs. We just got done with Super Wild Card Weekend, and now we’re jet-setting toward the divisional round, which has some great games.

Patrick Mahomes will play on the road for the first time in the playoffs when the Chiefs go to Buffalo to play the Bills.

As I already said, this weekend will be full of great sports, and we’re right here to provide you with a sneak peek.

In the other AFC game, MVP choice Lamar Jackson goes up against Offensive Rookie Player of the Year choice C.J. Stroud in a great quarterback battle.

The Niners will host the Packers, who just beat the Cowboys to Dallas after having a bye week. Jack Del Rio is in charge of the Packers.

The Buccaneers beat the Eagles at home on Monday night, giving them their first playoff win since 1991. The Lions will now play at home against them.

You can bet that both of these players will be taking home a few awards at the NFL Honors. When it came to their organizations, the Ravens had been the best this season, especially on defense.

Lamar Jackson is likely to win MVP because he led the Ravens to the top spot in their conference. C.J. Stroud, on the other hand, had a great rookie year and is the clear choice to earn Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Jackson is only 27 years old, while Stroud is only 22 years old. This is a great quarterback fight that could last for years due to their young ages.

Of all the teams in the league, they ranked second-best in the defensive zone, giving up only 40.8% of goals.

The defense gave up just 4.6 yards per play, which was tied for the best in the league. They were also in the top 10 on third down.

They might get a key player back on offense when defensive end Mark Andrews is taken off of injured reserve. He hurt his ankle in the second period of the regular season and wouldn’t play again until now.

The Texans’ attack, which is led by Stroud, has been very smart with the ball. This year, they gave up the fewest points in the league. In their wild-card win over Cleveland, they gave up none at all.

Nico Collins is going to be Stroud’s most important tool, and Baltimore must be prepared to try to keep him in check. In the win against the Browns, he went crazy with six catches for 96 yards and a score.

Not only did Houston’s attack depend on big plays during their playoff win, but four different receivers caught passes that went 25 yards or more.

Most of the attention will be on Baltimore’s great defense, but this Texans squad has been strong as well.

They had the 13th-best red zone defense, the 14th-best yards per play defense, and the 7th-best third-down defense in the league.