How and where to watch Bills v Chiefs: Kickoff time, TV channel, live stream
Buffalo is making NFL history with Josh Allen taking on Mahomes and the Chiefs on Sunday, and this time on the road. How and where to watch Bills vs Chiefs.
The Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs will close out the 2021-22 Divisional Round on Sunday Night Football, 6:30 pm ET.
This is the main matchup in the postseason, with probably two of the most talented young quarterbacks in the NFL; Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes.
And while Allen has a 3-2 record in his five playoff games against the Bills (2019-2021), he is coming off his best game of his career, throwing 308 passing yards and five touchdowns without turning the ball over, against New England.
Both Allen and Mahomes threw five touchdown passes in last week's blowouts over the Patriots and Steelers, respectively. How each of the QBs handle the pressure of the possibility to advance to the AFC Championship Game will show what they each can or cannot do.
Mahomes is ready for "another fight"
The Chiefs have won last season’s AFC Championship game, in addition to their other matchup with the Bills. However, in this season’s most recent matchup, Buffalo beat Kansas City 38-20 in Week 5, and the Bills’ defense proved to be the best in the league.
The Chiefs and Mahomes know and can feel the Bills' strength this season, especially after getting defeated by them. Mahomes told reporters, “We know that it’s going to be another fight for us if we want to try to move on to the AFC Championship Game this year.”
How and where to watch Bills v Chiefs?
Bills vs Chiefs: live AS USA coverage
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of Bills vs Chiefs right here at AS USA. We'll be building up to the game from about an hour ahead of the start, before taking you through the action as it unfolds.