Open thread: Saturday's playoff action

Coming up today/tonight:

Colts at Chiefs - 4:35 p.m. ET

After the Colts' impressively comfortable win over the Texans, they head to Kansas City where the Chiefs are expected to be without defensive talisman Eric Berry.

The Colts will be hoping for a repeat of the 2014 wild card game where Andrew Luck accounted for almost 500 yards and five touchdowns leading the Colts from 38-10 down in the third quarter to a 45-44 win.

The 12-4 Chiefs will hope that Patrick Mahomes can thrive in his first ever playoff game. He passed for over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in the regular season. Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are his best two offensive weapons. On defense, Chris Jones and Dee Ford combined for 28.5 sacks.

Cowboys at Rams - 8:15 p.m. ET

Dallas hung on for a two-point win over the Seahawks last week, but they'll face a tougher test on Saturday night as they travel to face the 13-3 Rams and their high-powered offense.

The Rams were led by running back Todd Gurley's 21 touchdowns this year, while quarterback Jared Goff and receivers Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks put up big numbers in the passing game.

On defense, Aaron Donald (20.5 sacks) is the big star, but Cory Littleton is also a pro bowler.