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Saturday NFL divisional playoff games: TV schedule, channel, times, live chat

Lots of info for Saturday

The 2018 NFL Playoffs roll on today without the Buffalo Bills. We are down to the elite eight and there are lots of familiar names at work today.

Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs
4:35 p.m. Eastern

Former Bills quarterback Frank Reich leads the Indianapolis Colts to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs. Lots of Bills fans are sure to be pulling for Reich. Buffalo lost to the Colts in a blowout earlier this season.

For Kansas City, there are a lot of former Andy Reid assistants on staff from head coach Sean McDermott to QB coach David Culley. Culley worked with Reid in KC while McDermott hasn’t worked with him since his Philadelphia Eagles days. Two former Bills will line up at receiver today, as Kelvin Benjamin and Sammy Watkins are both expected to play. Former Bills second-round linebacker Reggie Ragland had 86 tackles and an interception for the Chiefs during the regular season. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was selected in 2017 with Buffalo’s draft pick, acquired when the Chiefs moved up and Buffalo moved back, eventually selecting Tre’Davious White. Buffalo packaged the extra pick to move up and select Josh Allen in 2018. Bills offensive guard Ike Boettger spent some time on the Chiefs roster this year, as well.

Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams
8:15 p.m. Eastern

Former Bills interior lineman Adam Redmond is a backup for Dallas and Sanjay Lal is the wide receivers coach, the same job he had in Buffalo.

Former Bills cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman holds down the nickel corner job in L.A. and wide receiver Robert Woods has been a revelation since leaving the quarterback-starved offense of Buffalo. Woods has 2000 yards on 142 catches with 11 touchdowns in two years, all nearly equaling his totals from four years in Buffalo. He topped 1200 yards this season.