How to Watch Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs Divisional Playoff Game

The NFL moved into the divisional round playoffs Saturday with the top seed from each conference hosting games, and both losing. Now, the No. 2 seeds from each conference host games on Sunday with intentions of winning and hosting their respective conference championship games.

The Kansas City Chiefs, who are the two-time defending AFC champions, are the No. 2 seed in the AFC this postseason. The Chiefs will host the No. 3 Buffalo Bills on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium, where these two teams met last January for the AFC championship.

Buffalo smashed divisional rival New England, 47-17, last week while the Chiefs handled Pittsburgh, 42-21, at Arrowhead..

The winner of Sunday night's game in Kansas City will host the AFC Championship game on Sunday (01/30/22) against the surging Cincinnati Bengals, who knocked off No. 1 Tennessee on Saturday afternoon.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills
Levi Wallace #39 of the Buffalo Bills tackles Mecole Hardman #17 of the Kansas City Chiefs after a pass play during the second half of a game at Arrowhead Stadium on October 10, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

The Chiefs started the season with three wins and four losses—including a home loss to the Bills, leading many people questioning their prowess. Kansas City then reeled off eight straight wins before losing at Cincinnati. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs did wrap up another AFC West title, though.

The Bills looked like the most complete team in the league during the wild card round. They've already beaten the Chiefs once at Arrowhead this season, but it's the championship loss there last year they want to avenge.

Temperatures will be chilly Sunday evening at kickoff, with a forecast of 33 degrees with clear skies and light winds.

Here's everything to know about the Bills-Chiefs game on Sunday night.

Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, January 23, 2022, 6:40 p.m. ET
Arrowhead Stadium • Kansas City, Missouri

Records: Buffalo Bills (12-6); Kansas City (13-5)

Referee: John Hussey

TV: CBS/Paramount+ (Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson)
National Radio: Westwood One (Kevin Kugler, Trent Green, Olivia Harlan-Dekke)
SIRIUS: 82 (Buffalo), 81 (KC), 88 (National)
XM: 225 (Buffalo), 227 (KC), 88 (National)
SXM App: 803 (Buffalo), 815 (KC)

Favorite: Kansas City (-1.5) — According to FanDuel
Over/Under: 54

Weather: 33 degrees at kickoff, clear with light winds

All-time head-to-head: Bills lead, 25-21-1
Playoffs head-to-head: Series tied, 2-2

All-time playoff records: Bills (17-18, .486); Chiefs (16-20, .444)

Last postseason game:
Buffalo — Won, 47-17, vs New England (1/15/22)
Kansas City — Won, 42-21, vs Pittsburgh (1/16/22)