The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals advanced in the AFC Wild Card playoffs on Saturday, helping to set the stage for the second-round matchups.
The No. 3 seeded Bills beat up on the New England Patriots, 47-17, and will need to wait until the result of Sunday night’s game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs to determine where their second-round matchup will take place.
A Pittsburgh win will have the Bills hosting the Cincinnati Bengals. A Kansas City victory will have the Bills traveling to Kansas City.
Cincinnati knows that it will be on the road next week, but not its destination. The Bengals will travel to Tennessee to face the No. 1 seed Titans if the Chiefs beat the Steelers. Should Pittsburgh win, the Bengals would go to Buffalo.
The Steelers can only play at Tennessee if they win.
DIVISIONAL MATCHUPS WITH STEELERS WIN
No. 7 Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 1 Tennessee Titans
No. 4 Cincinnati Bengals at No. 3 Buffalo Bills
DIVISIONAL MATCHUPS WITH CHIEFS WIN
No. 4 Cincinnati Bengals at No. 1 Tennessee Titans
No. 3 Buffalo Bills at No. Kansas City Chiefs