Chiefs coach Andy Reid was summoned to the corner of Arrowhead Stadium during Saturday's playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts to get fans to stop throwing snowballs on the field during the Chiefs' 31-13 win.
Reid wasn't happy about it, either.
The officials called him over from the Kansas City sideline during the two-minute warning in the first half, and Reid shouted and gestured at the fans in the lower deck — though the snowballs were mostly raining down from the upper deck, far above the field.
Earlier in the half, one almost hit Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez during a kick.
Reid's intervention didn't do much good, either. Patrick Mahomes scampered in moments later to give the Chiefs a 24-7 lead, and snowballs fell like confetti from the upper deck.
Chicago safety Adrian Amos was fined $26,739 by the NFL for his unnecessary roughness penalty in the Bears' playoff loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Amos hit tight end Zach Ertz, who was deemed a defenseless receiver, in the third quarter of Philadelphia's 16-15 win last Sunday. It came on a third-down play that extended the drive that gave the Eagles a 10-6 lead on Dallas Goedert's 10-yard touchdown catch.
Eagles defensive lineman Bennett was docked $10,026 on Saturday, also for unnecessary roughness, for an open-handed punch to the face of Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long's in the second quarter. It was also a third-down play that extended a drive, and Chicago kicked a field goal a few plays later.
Dallas receiver Cole Beasley and tight end Blake Jarwin were both active for the Cowboys' divisional playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday night.
Dallas guard Xavier Su'a-Filo also was active at the Coliseum.
Beasley, Jarwin and Su'a-Filo all have struggled with ankle injuries in recent days, and Beasley and Jarwin didn't practice last week.
The Los Angeles Rams had no surprises in their roster decisions.