Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts: Live stream, time, TV, odds, tickets for playoff game
The Buffalo Bills were able to rest some starters in the second half and still demolish the Miami Dolphins 56-26 to lock up the No. 2 seed in the AFC. It took a few more hours to figure out who their opponent would be in the Wild-Card round.
Buffalo will host the No. 7 seed Indianapolis Colts at Bills Stadium, the team's first home playoff game in 25 years.
Indianapolis doubled up the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-14 to get into the playoffs as a wild card. The Tennessee Titans eked out a 41-38 victory over the Houston Texans to win the AFC South. Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw a 54-yard bomb to A.J. Brown with 10 seconds left to help set up the game-winning 37-yard field goal.
The Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens each won earlier Sunday to take the other wild-card spots. The Dolphins would've been in with a win over the Bills but instead were the 10-6 team left out of the playoffs.
It's the first time Buffalo and Indianapolis will meet in the postseason. The Colts' head coach is Frank Reich, who exactly 28 years ago quarterbacked the greatest comeback in Bills' history. Buffalo trailed the Houston Oilers 35-3 in the playoffs but rallied to win 41-38 in overtime on Jan. 3, 1993.
Who: Indianapolis Colts (11-5) at Buffalo Bills (13-3)
What: NFL playoffs, AFC Wild Card round
Where: Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, New York
When: 1:05 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9
TV: CBS. The game will be called by Ian Eagle on play-by-play and Charles Davis on color commentary.
Radio: Bills radio network: WCMF 96.5 FM and WROC 950 AM in Rochester; WGR 550 AM in Buffalo. John Murphy play-by-play, Steve Tasker color commentator, and Sal Capaccio sideline reporter.
Live stream: Fans can stream the game live on fuboTV, Hulu Live and YouTube TV. The Yahoo! Sports app and CBS All Access app also allow fans to watch the game on mobile devices if the user is within the CBS broadcast radius.
Odds: Buffalo is opening as a 6.5-point favorite. The over/under is 50.5 points.
Tickets: New York state is allowing 6,772 fans for the Bills' first home playoff game in 24 seasons. Tickets are already sold out. They were available for purchase for season ticket holders who opted into purchasing playoff tickets earlier this year based on senority. Tickets were not available to the general public.
Fans will be required to receive a negative coronavirus test leading up to the game. The tests will take place at Bills Stadium two to three days prior to the game and cost $63, which is part of the ticket purchase. Fans are required wear face masks at all times and social distancing rules will be enforced.
If the Bills advance to host a Divisional Round game, fans who attended the Wild-Card round won't be eligible to purchase tickets.