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NFL Has Revealed Playoff Referees For Divisional Round

The divisional round of the NFL playoffs has brought forth the officiating pairings for the upcoming games, and some familiar faces will once again be taking center stage.

The first game of the weekend will feature the experienced official, John Hussey, who will be overseeing a highly anticipated matchup between the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens.

Later on Saturday night, football fans can look forward to Alex Kemp’s officiating skills as he takes charge when the San Francisco 49ers play host to the Green Bay Packers.

As Sunday rolls around, the intrigue heightens. Bill Vinovich, no stranger to controversy, will be the one presiding over the contest between the Detroit Lions and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In the final game of the weekend, fans will witness Shawn Hochuli, the son of the legendary official Ed Hochuli, as he steps onto the field to officiate a monumental showdown between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The action-packed weekend is set to kick off on Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p.m., promising excitement and drama for football enthusiasts everywhere.

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