Listen to the NFL Divisional Round: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills

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Jackie Kolgraf
January 18, 2024

Get ready for some NFL Divisional Round action as the Kansas City Chiefs face the Buffalo Bills this weekend at Highmark Stadium.

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The Chiefs, armed with an unprecedented eighth consecutive AFC West division title and led by Coach Andy Reid and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, are aiming for their sixth straight Championship Game appearance. Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills, boasting a fourth consecutive AFC East title and guided by Coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen, are set to make their mark.

With star players like Travis Kelce, Isiah Pacheco, and an explosive defense, the Chiefs are a force to be reckoned with. On the other side, the Bills showcase a formidable lineup, including James Cook, Stefon Diggs, and a rising star in rookie Dalton Kincaid. As these two powerhouse teams collide, expect nothing short of football brilliance, electrifying plays, and a battle for supremacy in this highly anticipated divisional round game.

Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed on the SiriusXM app. The Chiefs/Bills game kicks off on January 21 at 6:30pm ET.

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Home: Buffalo Bills

The Bills are on a roll, clinching their fourth consecutive AFC East title and aiming for a historic 7th Conference Championship game appearance in the Super Bowl era. Here’s what to look out for during the upcoming game.

The Bills’ recent dominance in the AFC East is no fluke. Tying their longest streak in franchise history, the team is set to make its mark in the playoffs. With an enviable 14-2 record in home playoff games since 1970, Buffalo is creating a fortress that opposing teams find hard to breach.

Head Coach Sean McDermott is leading the charge with five career playoff wins, second only to Hall of Famer Marv Levy.

Quarterback Josh Allen showcased his prowess in the AFC Wild Card game, completing 70% of his passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions. His dual-threat ability was on full display, including a spectacular 52-yard touchdown run – the second-longest ever by a quarterback in the playoffs.

Running back James Cook has been a force to be reckoned with, rushing for 79 yards in the AFC Wild Card game. A first-time Pro Bowler in 2023, Cook’s ability to contribute both on the ground and through the air adds versatility to Buffalo’s offense.

Wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis are set to light up the field. Diggs, with 107 catches for 1,183 yards and eight touchdowns in 2023, has been a consistent playmaker. Meanwhile, Davis boasts seven receiving touchdowns in the regular season and has a history of playoff success. The duo is a formidable force in the Bills’ passing game.

Rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid is making waves with a touchdown catch and 59 receiving yards in the AFC Wild Card game.

The Bills’ defense is packed with playmakers. Defensive ends Leonard Floyd and Greg Rousseau, along with defensive tackle Ed Oliver, form a formidable trio capable of disrupting opponents’ plans. Safety Jordan Poyer and cornerback Kaiir Elam add the finishing touches to a defense that can turn the tide of any game.

Away: Kansas City Chiefs

The reigning AFC West champions are on a quest for glory, and there’s a lot to be excited about as they strive to make history with an 8th-straight division title. Let’s dive into what makes the Chiefs a formidable force and what to watch out for in the upcoming game.

The Chiefs are rewriting the NFL history books with their incredible 8th-straight AFC West division title. Only the New England Patriots, with their eight consecutive AFC Championship Game appearances from 2011-2018, have a longer streak. Can the Chiefs match this feat and advance to their 6th straight Championship Game?

Head Coach Andy Reid, a veteran in the league, is a key architect of the Chiefs’ success. With 23 career playoff wins, he stands as one of the most successful head coaches in NFL history. Watch out as he seeks his 11th Championship Game appearance, potentially surpassing the legendary Tom Landry.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes amassed 303 yards in the AFC Wild Card game with a touchdown pass and no interceptions. With a stellar playoff record, Mahomes consistently delivers when it matters most. Keep an eye on his dynamic playmaking abilities, including his impressive record against Buffalo.

Running back Isiah Pacheco is making waves with five straight games with a touchdown. His ability to contribute both in rushing and receiving adds a versatile dimension to the Chiefs’ offense. Can Pacheco continue his impressive playoff streak?

Tight end Travis Kelce is a playoff powerhouse, boasting an impressive streak of 11 straight playoff games with 5+ catches and 10 straight with 50+ receiving yards. Currently ranking 2nd in postseason history in multiple categories, Kelce is a reliable target for Mahomes.

Wide receiver Rashee Rice, in his rookie season, has been a revelation for the Chiefs. Coming off a stellar performance in the AFC Wild Card game, Rice is on a seven-game streak with 5+ catches and 50+ receiving yards.

The Chiefs’ defense is not to be overlooked. Defensive tackle Chris Jones, defensive end George Karlaftis, linebacker Nick Bolton, cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, and safety Mike Edwards form a formidable unit ready to disrupt Buffalo’s offense.

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