The Baltimore Ravens got their first playoff win since the 2014 playoffs with their 20-13 triumph over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Despite the victory, it wasn't clear who the Ravens would match up against next until the outcome of the Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers had been decided later last night.
Well, the #6 seed Browns pulled off an unlikely upset over the #3 seed Steelers Sunday night. The #1 seed Kansas City Chiefs, who had a first-round bye, will take on the lowest seeded team remaining from the Wild Card round, who is now the Browns.
That means the Buffalo Bills, who narrowly defeated the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, will play the highest remaining seed in the Wild Card round, the #5 seed Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens will travel to Buffalo to play the Bills Saturday night, with an 8:15 PM ET kickoff time scheduled. The game will be broadcast nationally on NBC.
Should the Ravens win, they would play the winner of the Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs game in the AFC Championship game. The game would be played on Sunday, January 24th and the game will be broadcast on CBS.