The NFL playoffs continue this weekend with four Divisional Round games, highlighted – from our perspective – by a pair of classic uniform matchups on Saturday and Sunday night.
With that said, we’re taking a brief historical look at each matchup below:
Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens
4:30 p.m. ET Saturday on ABC/ESPN
The Ravens will wear their standard black helmets with purple jerseys and black pants, while the Texans will wear blue helmets, white jerseys and blue pants on Saturday.
Baltimore is 2-0 all-time in the playoffs while wearing this exact combination, including a 20-13 win over Houston in the 2011 Divisional Round.
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers
8:15 p.m. ET Saturday on FOX
The 49ers will wear their standard home uniforms of gold helmets, red jerseys and gold pants against the Packers, who will be in their usual road look of gold helmets, white jerseys and gold pants.
San Francisco is 3-1 against Green Bay in such uniform matchups in the playoffs, including victories in the 1998 Wild Card, 2012 Divisional Round and 2019 NFC Championship.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions
3 p.m. ET Sunday on NBC
The Lions will wear silver helmets with Honolulu blue jerseys and pants for the second consecutive weekend, while the Buccaneers will counter with pewter helmets, white jerseys and pewter pants.
Their only previous postseason meeting came in the 1997 Wild Card round, with Tampa Bay knocking off Detroit at home, 20-10.
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills
6 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS
The Bills will wear their standard home uniforms of white helmets, blue jerseys and white pants, while the Chiefs will be in red helmets, white jerseys and red pants to close out the Divisional Round.
The teams met in the playoffs in two of the last three seasons, but both matchups were in Kansas City, which will play its first postseason road game of the Patrick Mahomes era on Sunday.