1.) Bills are back at home in the divisional round
For the third time in the last four seasons, the Bills are back at home in the divisional round. In 2021, they hosted the Baltimore Ravens, winning 17-3. Then last season, they hosted the Cincinnati Bengals where the Bills were dominated 27-10. For the first time ever since Patrick Mahomes was drafted, the Bills will host the Kansas City Chiefs in front of Bills Mafia.
With the Bills clinching the number two seed, they will have the opportunity to get even with the Chiefs, who they have lost to twice in the last four postseasons. The last time these two teams met in the playoffs was in 2022, where the infamous 13 second drive by the Chiefs that forced overtime ended the Bills’ season.
Now it is time for the Chiefs to come onto the road for the first time in the playoffs under Mahomes and what could be better than it being in Buffalo for what should be yet another dynamic game between Mahomes and Allen.