KANSAS CITY at INDIANAPOLIS
When: 3:35 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 11
Line: Colts by 1
Last meeting: Colts 23, Chiefs 7, Dec. 22.
About the Chiefs (11-5): The wild-card Chiefs ranked 21st in the NFL on offense (10th rushing, 24th passing) and 24th on defense (22nd rushing, 25th passing). They have lost five of seven since their bye week. … Jamaal Charles was third in the NFL in yards rushing (1,287) and was Kansas City’s top receiver (70 catches, 693 yards). He led the NFL with 19 touchdowns and 1,980 yards from scrimmage.
About the Colts (11-5): The NFC South champion was 15th in the NFL on offense (20th rushing, 17th passing) and 20th on defense (26th rushing, 13th passing). The Colts won their last three games by a combined 78-20. … LB Robert Mathis became the second Colts player to win the NFL sacks title (19). … K Adam Vinatieri holds NFL career postseason records for points (196) and field goals (48).
NEW ORLEANS at PHILADELPHIA
When: Saturday, 7:10 p.m., Ch. 11
Line: Eagles by 2
Last meeting: The teams did not play this season.
About the Saints (11-5): Wild-card entrant New Orleans ranked fourth in the NFL in offense (25th rushing, second passing) and fourth in defense (19th rushing, second passing). … QBs Drew Brees and Nick Foles both went to Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. … Saints were 8-0 at home, 3-5 on road. They’re 0-6 in postseason road games, including 0-3 under Sean Payton.
About the Eagles (10-6): NFC East champion Philadelphia ranked second in the NFL on offense (first rushing, ninth passing) and 29th on defense (10th rushing, 32nd passing). … Philadelphia’s Chip Kelly is second head coach since merger to win division title in first season on NFL coaching staff. Barry Switzer did it in 1994 with Cowboys. … Foles posted third-best QB rating in NFL history at 119.2.