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NFL playoffs schedules, times: Chiefs at Bills divisional round matchup set for Sunday night

We'll get another battle of Patrick Mahomes vs. Josh Allen in the playoffs

The second round of the playoffs is set.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers closed out wild-card weekend on Monday night with their dominant win over the Philadelphia Eagles, which was the last piece needed to complete the schedule for the divisional-round of the playoffs next weekend. The Buffalo Bills beat the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier on Monday after their game was delayed due to a winter storm in New York, which completed the AFC side of the playoffs.

Here's a look at the divisional-round schedule for next weekend:

Saturday, Jan. 20

Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens

4:30 p.m. ET | ESPN/ABC

BetMGM Line: Ravens -8.5

The Texans rolled past the Cleveland Browns to kick off wild-card weekend on Saturday afternoon. Because the Bills beat the Steelers on Monday, the Texans will head to Baltimore to take on the top-seeded Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers

8 p.m. ET | Fox

BetMGM Line: 49ers -10

The Green Bay Packers pulled off a massive upset win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday as the No. 7 seed in the NFC. As a result, they’ll head to the Bay Area to take on the top-seeded 49ers on Saturday night.

The Packers will take on the 49ers next after their upset win over the Cowboys.
The Packers will take on the 49ers next after their upset win over the Cowboys. (AP/Michael Ainsworth) (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Sunday, Jan. 21

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions

3 p.m. ET | NBC, Peacock

BetMGM Line: Lions -6

The Detroit Lions beat the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night in their first postseason win in decades. They’ll now host the Buccaneers next weekend in what’s sure to be another electric night at Ford Field.

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

6:30 p.m. ET | CBS

BetMGM Line: Bills -2.5

The Kansas City Chiefs, after surviving below-zero temperatures to beat the Miami Dolphins in their wild-card matchup, will now head to Buffalo to close out the divisional round. The Bills beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday afternoon to secure their spot in the second round.