NFL Games Today: Sunday TV Schedule, Start Times, and Live Stream Options for the Divisional Round

Who plays in NFL games today? Here's when the Sunday Divisional Round schedule kicks off, as well as how to watch the matchups.

Who goes head-to-head in NFL games today? The middle seeds face off as Sunday finishes off the Divisional Round matchups.

Who will play in the conference championships?

Here’s how to watch the Divisional Round NFL games today, including the start time, channel, and live stream options.

NFL Games Today: Sunday TV Schedule, Channels, Live Stream Options, and More

While the No. 1 seeds played on Saturday, two more NFL games kick off today. After overtaking the Philadelphia Eagles in dominating fashion, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head to Ford Field to play the Detroit Lions. Then the Kansas City Chiefs head on the road for QB Patrick Mahomes’ first true road playoff game to take on the Buffalo Bills. Who will advance to next weekend?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions

  • Start time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Channel: NBC
  • Live stream options: Peacock

In one of the closer games of Super Wild Card Weekend, the Lions defeated the Los Angeles Rams 24-23 to earn their first postseason victory since 1991. Detroit is primed and ready for another postseason win to reach their first conference championship in the same span. Will they keep those dreams alive when the Buccaneers come to town today?

While Tampa Bay has found more success as of late compared to the Lions, winning the NFC South three years in a row, the last two titles have not come as easy. QB Baker Mayfield propelled the Buccaneers to a postseason berth after the team had been written off after Tom Brady’s retirement in the offseason. It would take a miracle, but there’s always a chance for a Tampa upset.

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

  • Start time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Channel: CBS
  • Live stream options: Paramount+, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV

Arguably the closest game of the Divisional Round, the Bills get to do something for the first time in NFL history: host Patrick Mahomes for a playoff game. Until this matchup, the prolific Chiefs QB has played every single non-Super Bowl playoff matchup in Arrowhead Stadium. However, after clinching the AFC’s No. 3 seed, the streak was bound to end.

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After some early struggles, Buffalo and Kansas City have found offensive identities over the second half of the season. Rookie WR Rashee Rice has led the way for Kansas City’s WR group, giving Mahomes a reliable target outside of TE Travis Kelce.

Meanwhile, the Bills have returned to trusting Josh Allen and his athleticism to will the offense; which squad will reign supreme in the NFL game today?

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