As if the Bills needed anything else to make this week special, they get to host a highly anticipated NFL playoff game this weekend against their division rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs. This AFC Divisional matchup will take place in a cold and snowy Orchard Park, with the winner advancing to next weekend’s conference title game. The Bills have met their fellow AFC East residents seven times since 2020, including three games in the postseason. Despite being swept by the Chiefs in those contests, rookie quarterback Josh Allen has improved each time against his mentor.
Patrick Mahomes and company have won five of their last six games, but the Bills are favored to upset that streak this evening. Whether you’re a Bills or Chiefs fan, here’s how to watch the showdown with ease.
If you don’t have a cable TV subscription that includes CBS, the best way to watch tonight’s game is with one of the following streaming services:
DIRECTV Stream offers a variety of plans that start at $30 per month, with no contract and no extra fees. Other options include Sling TV, FuboTV, and YouTube TV. Each of these services offer a free trial period, and most come with a number of sports channels, including the local CBS affiliate in your area. Subscribers to these services can also access NFL Network, which is included with all DIRECTV packages. If you want to watch this game on your phone, consider signing up for NFL+ Premium.