You can find this Divisional round NFL matchup between the Chiefs and Bills on CBS at 6:30 (1/21/24). This game will be played at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park (NY). n


The Pick: Buffalo Bills -3

This game will be played at Highmark Stadium at 6:30 ET on Sunday, January 21st.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 26-22 in favor of the Bills.
  • Our projections have Josh Allen finishing with 246.739 passing yards on 20.784/31.819 passing.
  • The Bills are projected to finish with 373 yards of offense compared to the 346 yards for the Chiefs.

Will Kansas City Be The Talk of Highmark Stadium?

This season, the Chiefs hold the 1st position in the AFC-West with an overall record of 11-6. In non-conference games, they have a record of 2-3, and in AFC action, they are 10-3. When it comes to the spread, the Chiefs come in at 10-7-1. Going into the Divisional round, their scoring margin per game is +5.3.

In terms of offense, the Chiefs are at 22.1 points per game, ranking them 15th in the NFL. As a team, Kansas City ranks 7th in the NFL for passing yards per game with an average of 247.2. Their passing yards per attempt of 6.6, places them at 10th in the league.

With an average of 107.3 rushing yards per game, the Chiefs currently rank 18th in the NFL. This figure is based on 25.1 rushing attempts (23rd).

In terms of yards allowed, the Chiefs are 2nd in the league while giving up 288.3 yards per contest. Kansas City’s defense has allowed 16.7 points per game, placing them 2nd in the NFL.

Will Buffalo Secure A Victory as Home Favorites?

In 18 games, the Bills have a 11-6 record. This has them situated 1st in the AFC-East and 2nd in the AFC. So far this season, the Bills are above .500 vs. the spread at 8-10. Their average scoring margin this season is +8.6.

The Bills come in with an average 26.8 points per game on offense, which has them 6th in the NFL. Buffalo is currently 15th in passing attempts and are averaging 7.2 yards per attempt (5). At 241.3 passing yards per game, they are 10th in the league.

The Bills are running the ball an average of 30.3 times per game and currently hold the 5th rank in rushing yards. Per attempt, they are averaging 4.3 yards.

The Bills’ defense has, on average, allowed 308.1 yards and 18.2 points per contest (4th). Leading up to this game, they’ve permitted a 65.8% completion rate and yielded 18 passing touchdowns. In terms of run defense, they rank 15th in the NFL.