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Kansas City Chiefs running back Jerick McKinnon (1) for a first down as Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Foyesad Oluokoun (23) tackles him during the first half, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, at Arrowhead in Kansas City. in the stadium.

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The Chiefs’ final home game could be Saturday.

The NFL released the full divisional schedule, including the Chiefs’ first playoff game, after Sunday night’s Bengals-Ravens win over host Cincy.

As they spent a week as the top team in the AFC, the Chiefs players and coaches had the opportunity to watch the Wild-Card games from their homes.

Jacksonville (10-8) will come to GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium to face the Chiefs on Saturday.

If the Chiefs win, they will either host the Cincinnati Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium or play the Bills in Atlanta, which the NFL has already determined will be the site of the AFC Championship Game at that potential neutral site.

A loss on Saturday would certainly end the Chiefs’ season.

Here is the entire playoff schedule.

Wild card round


Jacksonville Jaguars 31, Los Angeles Chargers 30

Buffalo Bills 34, Miami Dolphins 31

Cincinnati Bengals 24, Baltimore Ravens 17


San Francisco 49ers 41, Seattle Seahawks 23

New York Giants 31, Minnesota Vikings 24

Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 7:15 p.m. Monday on ESPN and ABC (Ch. 9)

Divisional Round

Saturday, January 21

(4) Jacksonville Jaguars at (1) Kansas City Chiefs, 3:30 p.m. on NBC (Ch. 41 in Kansas City)

(6) New York Giants at (1) Philadelphia Eagles, 7:15 PM on Fox (Ch. 4)

Sunday, January 22

(3) Cincinnati Bengals at (2) Buffalo Bills, 2 p.m. on CBS (Ch. 5)

(5) Dallas Cowboys/ (4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers at (2) San Francisco 49ers, 5:30 p.m. Fox (Ch. 4)

Championship games

14:05 NFC Championship Game, Teams TBD on Fox (Ch. 4)

17:30 AFC Championship Game, Teams TBD on CBS (Ch. 5) Kansas City, Buffalo or Atlanta

Super Bowl LVII

Sunday, February 12

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

5:30pm on Fox 4

AFC Champion vs. NFC Champion

This story was originally published January 15, 2023 22:42.

From covering the World Series to the World Cup, Pete has done a little bit of everything since joining The Star in 1997.



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