The Bills finished the season with a mark of 13-3, which was good enough to get them their first AFC East title in 25 years and the #2 spot in the AFC playoff field. Unfortunately, with only one team getting a bye this year, that isn’t as big an advantage as it’s been in the past. The Colts finished with a record of 11-5, which was good enough to push them into the playoffs as the AFC’s #7 seed.
If the Colts should pull off the upset in this one, we already know that they will move on to play the Kansas City Chiefs next weekend at Arrowhead Stadium. Should the Bills win, they will host the highest-seeded remaining team in the AFC playoff field next weekend.
This game will be kicking off from Buffalo at 12:05 PM Central time and will be broadcast on CBS. Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will be handling the play-by-play.