NFL Playoff Schedule 2016: TV Coverage, Live Stream Guide and Saturday Picks

January 16, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A couple of coaching heavyweights will square off in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Saturday afternoon when Andy Reid brings his streaking Kansas City Chiefs into Gillette Stadium to play Bill Belichick's defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
The Chiefs have won 11 games in a row, but they are not going to be at full strength because dangerous wide receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered a high ankle sprain in Kansas City's 30-0 victory against the Houston Texans in the Wild Card Round and is questionable for Saturday's game.
The Chiefs have used a conservative offense throughout the season, and Maclin has supplied most of the pizazz. If he can't go—or if he is not at his best—Belichick and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia will be able to focus most of their game plan on tight end Travis Kelce.
The Patriots have limitations on offense as well. Tight end Rob Gronkowski has been limited in practice as a result of knee and back injuries. Gronkowski ...

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