Saturday, January 9, 2016 at 3:35 p.m. CT on ESPN and ABC (locally in Kansas City)
NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
Chiefs Kingdom Watch Party The official Chiefs Kingdom Bar watch party at KC Live! in the Power & Light District will kick off at 2:30 p.m. and will include appearances by KC Wolf, Chiefs Cheerleaders, the Rumble, Chiefs personality Jillian Carroll, former players and more.
The first 5,000 fans in the door at KC Live! will receive an exclusive Chiefs Kingdom Playoff flag, presented by Hy-Vee. Sports Radio 810 WHB's Steven St. John and Nate Bukaty will host the party on the KC Live! stage, where the game will be shown on the big screen.
Fans can enter to win a 2016 home opener prize package, including two Scout Investments Club Level tickets, complimentary valet parking and two pregame sideline passes by visiting www.chiefs.com/watchparty/ prior to the event. The winner will be announced at halftime and must be present to win.
All ages are welcome. Anyone under the age of 21 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Guests must be 21-plus after 9 p.m.
As with all other Chiefs Kingdom Bar watch parties this season, Chiefs Kingdom Rewards members will have the chance to earn points and win exclusive prizes like autographed Chiefs merchandise. A promo code will be announced at the watch party for fans to enter on Chiefs Kingdom Rewards for chances to win prizes.
Chiefs Kingdom Rewards Prizes
$250 in coupons for Farmland Products
Eric Berry, Jeremy Maclin, Marcus Peters and Alex Smith signed photos
Madden 16 for Xbox One
Brian Waters game-issued jersey
Chase Daniel 2015 authentic practice jersey
Justin Houston signed jersey
• Saturday's matchup will be the eighth time the Chiefs and Texans have met - and the first time in the postseason. The Chiefs lead the regular season series 4-3, winning the past two matchups.
• Kansas City opened the 2015 season with a 27-20 victory in Houston. Additionally, the Chiefs are 3-2 in games played at NRG Stadium.
• Andy Reid is 5-0 in his career vs. the Texans and Alex Smith is 3-0 vs. the team as a starter.
• Chiefs players have set two personal records while playing the Texans. In 2004, Priest Holmes passed Christian Okoye to become Kansas City's all-time leading rusher. The following season, Larry Johnson broke Barry Word's franchise record for single-game rushing yards with 211. Both records have since been broken by RB Jamaal Charles.
ESPN (and ESPN Deportes)
ABC (Locally in Kansas City)
Play-by-Play: Mike Tirico
Color Analyst: Jon Gruden
Sideline: Lisa Salters
Chiefs Wrap-up Show, "Chiefs Rewind"