Kansas City Chiefs will host Houston Texans in the AFC Divisional Playoffs on January 12, Sunday. Last season, the City Chiefs lost to the current champ Patriots in the AFC Championship while the Texans lost to the Colts in the AFC Wild Card Playoffs.
With 12 wins & 4 losses this season, the City Chiefs became the #2 seed of AFC & received the playoffs first-round bye. On the other, the Texans (#4 seed) won against the Bills in the Wild Card Round.
When And Where To Watch Kansas City Chiefs vs Houston Texans Free Stream?
|When Is Kick-Off?||January 12, Sunday|
|What Time Is Kick-Off?||3:05 PM (ET)|
|Where Is it Being Played?||Arrowhead Stadium|
|NFL on CBS|
Where To Watch Kansas City Chiefs vs Houston Texans Live Score?
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|Kansas City Chiefs||TBA|
Super Bowl Victory Record
Kansas City Chiefs record 2 Super Bowl visits & made an only win to the glory, while the Texans are yet to reach the Super Bowl.
Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)
The teams have met each other only 1 time in playoffs, i.e. in the 2016 AFC Wild Card game. The City Chiefs played a dominating game against the Texans, leading the score of 30-0.
The City Chiefs report a lot of players on the injured reserve including Juan Thornhill (FS), Spencer Ware (RB), Alex Okafor (DE), Emmanuel Ogbah (DE), Felton Davis (WR), Marcus Kemp (WR), David Wells (TE) and Keith Reaser (CB).
Moreover, the squad state questionable appearances of Morris Claiborne (CB), Travis Kelce (TE) and Chris Jones (DE).
On the other side, the Texans’ Ira Savage-Lewis (DT), Jahleel Addae (SS), Jake Martin (LB), Kenny Stills (WR), A.J. Moore (DB), Will Fuller (WR) and Jordan Akins (TE) are questionable to play.
The injured reserve for Houston Texans includes Tashaun Gipson (FS), Isaac Whitney (WR), Duke Ejiofor (LB), David Steinmetz (T), Joe Webb (QB) and Kahale Warring (TE).