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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith threw a pass to wide receiver Albert Wilson in the second quarter on Sunday.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith threw a pass to wide receiver Albert Wilson in the second quarter on Sunday. jsleezer@kcstar.com

The road to Super Bowl 50 has started. Here is the schedule for the playoffs.

(All times Central)

WILD-CARD ROUND

AFC

No. 5 Chiefs 30, at No. 4 Houston Texans 0

No. 6 Pittsburgh Steelers 18, at No. 3 Cincinnati Bengals 16

NFC

No. 6 Seattle Seahawks 10, at No. 3 Minnesota Vikings 9

No. 5 Green Bay Packers 35, at No. 4 Washington 18

DIVISIONAL ROUND

AFC

At No. 2 New England Patriots 27, No. 5 Chiefs 20

At No. 1 Denver Broncos 23, No. 6 Pittsburgh Steelers 16

NFC

At No. 2 Arizona Cardinals 26, No. 5 Green Bay Packers 20, OT

At No. 1 Carolina Panthers 31, No. 6 Seattle Seahawks 24

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

AFC

At No. 1 Denver Broncos 20, No. 2 New England Patriots 18

NFC

At No. 1 Carolina Panthers 49, No. 2 Arizona Cardinals 15

SUPER BOWL 50

AFC champion Denver Broncos vs. NFC champion Carolina Panthers, Sunday, Feb. 7, 5:25 p.m., CBS (Chs. 5, 13)

at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.

The Chiefs battled all season long, winning 11 games in a row before falling 27-20 at New England in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. They took the loss hard but are optimistic about the future.

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