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Who are the officials for Bengals-Bills in Divisional round of 2023 NFL Playoffs

Here is a look at the referee and other officials for the Bengals-Bills Divisional round playoff game.

NFL referee Carl Cheffers (51) watches a video review during the first quarter of a NFC Wild Card playoff football game between the New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bengals will travel to Orchard Park to take on the Buffalo Bills for the Divisional Round of the 2023 NFL Playoffs. Kickoff is set for 3:00 p.m. ET from Highmark Stadium and will air on CBS.

Carl Cheffers will be the lead referee for Sunday’s matchup. He is the most experienced referee for the Divisional Round. He’s been an official in the NFL for 23 seasons and a referee for 15. This will be his 17th postseason assignment as he’s officiated five games in the Wild Card, seven games in the Divisional Round, three Conference Championships, and Super Bowls LI and LV. He was the referee in both of the Super Bowls.

The Bills are a five-point favorite on DraftKings Sportsbook and the point total sits at 49. Buffalo is -225 on the moneyline while the Bengals are +190.

Below is the full officiating crew for the Bengals-Bills game. All information comes courtesy of Football Zebras.

Referee: Carl Cheffers
Umpire: Roy Ellison
Down judge: David Oliver
Line judge: Jeff Bergman
Field judge: John Jenkins
Side judge: Anthony Jeffries
Back judge: Dino Paganelli
Replay official: Kevin Brown
Replay assistant: Larry Hanson
Alternate ref: Alex Kemp
Alternate U: Tony Michalek
Alternate LJ: Tom Eaton
Alternate FJ: Tom Hill
Alternate BJ: Terrence Miles