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Browns vs. Chiefs: playoff picture, game time, TV schedule, odds, streaming online, picks, predictions

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It's the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium at 12 p.m. The game can be seen on CBS as the Chiefs try to clinch a playoff spot. The Chiefs can clinch an AFC playoff spot by beating the Browns and getting a loss from either the Pittsburgh Steelers or New York Jets. The Chiefs can also still win the AFC West. They need to win out while Denver needs to lose one of its final two games to either Cincinnati or San Diego.

The Chiefs are big favorites over the Browns and are expected to win by pretty much everyone after winning eight straight. The Chiefs sport one of the NFL's best defenses and they're going up against a young quarterback in Johnny Manziel. The Chiefs usually win these types of games, and I'm predicting that they will. Give me a final score of 24-13. Everyone at ESPN picks the Chiefs, too. Here are more picks.

The Chiefs have been the AFC hottest team for some time now. They are 9-5 after starting the season 1-5. Yes, it's unbelievable to everyone else, too.

This also marks the return of Dwayne Bowe. Remember him? He ranks highly in the Chiefs record books in a number of areas. The Chiefs cut him and he went to the Browns this season where he has done .... nothing. He has five catches for 53 yards on the season.

Let's get to it for today's game....

Nuts and bolts

Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

Game time: Sunday, December 27, 12 p.m. (Arrowhead Time)

TV channel: CBS / KCTV-5 (Do I get the game?)

Online streamingNFL Game Pass (Live audio, replay after it's over)

Radio101.1 The Fox (Mitch Holthus and Len Dawson) | Full listings

OddsChiefs are 11-point favorites

Matchup history: 11-11-2

Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

Enemy blogDawgs By Nature

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AFC playoff picture

1. New England Patriots (12-2, 9-1)

2. Cincinnati Bengals (11-3, 8-2)

3. Denver Broncos (10-4, 6-4)

4. Houston Texans (7-7, 5-5)

5. Kansas City Chiefs (9-5, 8-2)

6. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-5, 6-4)

Everyone else

7. New York Jets (9-5, 6-4)

8. Oakland Raiders (6-8, 6-4)

9. Buffalo Bills (6-8, 6-5)

10. Indianapolis Colts (6-8, 4-6)

Chiefs regular season schedule

Week 1: @ Houston Texans (W: 27-20)
Week 2: Denver Broncos (L: 31-24)
Week 3: @ Green Bay Packers (L: 38-28)
Week 4: @ Cincinnati Bengals (L: 36-21)
Week 5: Chicago Bears (L: 18-17)
Week 6: @ Minnesota Vikings (L: 16-10)
Week 7: Pittsburgh Steelers (W: 23-13)
Week 8: Detroit Lions (W: 45-10)
Week 9: BYE
Week 10: @ Denver Broncos (W: 29-13)
Week 11: @ San Diego Chargers (W: 33-3)
Week 12: Buffalo Bills (W: 30-22)
Week 13: @ Oakland Raiders (W: 34-20)
Week 14: San Diego Chargers (W: 10-3)
Week 15: @ Baltimore Ravens (Dec. 20, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 16: Cleveland Browns (Dec. 27, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 17: Oakland Raiders (Jan. 3, 12 p.m., CBS)

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