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Buffalo Bills advance to host Kansas City Chiefs in Divisional Round | NFL Playoffs

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The Buffalo Bills are moving on to the AFC Divisional round! 

The Bills defeated the Steelers 31-17 at Highmark Stadium on Monday to punch their ticket to the next stage of the NFL Playoffs. 

Buffalo, the AFC No. 2 seed, will host the No. 3 seed Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on CBS.

The matchup marks the first time since the 1993 AFC Championship that the Bills will host the Chiefs in a postseason game. The Bills won that game 30-13 to advance to Super Bowl XXXVII. 

Buffalo has now advanced to at least the divisional round of the playoffs in four consecutive seasons and has won a home playoff game in each year during the streak. The Bills are 5-1 at home in the playoffs under Sean McDermott. 

Against the Steelers, the Bills got out to a 21-0 lead behind three first half touchdowns from Josh Allen. Allen's third TD was a 52-yard run, the second-longest TD rush by quarterback in NFL Playoff history.

The Bills QB tallied his fourth TD of the game during the fourth quarter on a 17-yard TD pass to Khalil Shakir, giving Buffalo a 31-17 lead. Shakir and TE Dalton Kincaid both recorded their first career playoff TDs on Sunday.

The Bills have won six games in a row since beating the Chiefs in Week 14, tied for the 5th-longest win streak in franchise history. 


Check out the best photos from Monday's Super Wild Card Weekend matchup between the Bills and Steelers at Highmark Stadium. This gallery is presented by Gabe's Collision.