Start time, TV channel, live stream for Sunday’s Divisional Round NFL playoff game

The 2022 NFL playoffs are set to roll on with two days of Divisional Round matchups. Following Saturday’s slate of Cincinnati Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans and San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers, Sunday kicks off with the Los Angeles Rams taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 3 p.m. ET on NBC. Then, the Buffalo Bills close out the weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

The Bills are hot off a dominating 47-17 win over AFC rival the New England Patriots. Buffalo had never looked stronger and made NFL history by ending every possession with either a touchdown or a kneeldown. Josh Allen looks to rise to the occasion yet again, this time on the road.

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Meanwhile, Kansas City is coming off a 42-21 Wild Card win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Chiefs had to overcome a slow start in which they lacked energy and urgency. While it isn’t the first time Patrick Mahomes has rallied his team to turn things around in the postseason, the Chiefs will need to execute right from the start in order to defeat the Bills.

Buffalo made a statement against Kansas City with a 38-20 win in Week 5 and the Chiefs are prepared for another battle. “We played them in the AFC Championship Game last year,” 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.”

Can the Chiefs turn the tides to defeat the Bills, or will Buffalo prove it’s still the better team? Keep reading to find out which TV and live streaming options are available to watch this showdown, as well as the other Divisional Round matchups.

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Sunday NFL Divisional Round Schedule

The Divisional Round rolls on Sunday with Matthew Stafford and the Rams taking on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers on NBC and Peacock at 3 p.m. ET. Live coverage begins at 2 p.m. ET…


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