In his second career playoff game, former Green Oaks Giant and LSU Tiger Tre'Davious White is looking for his first post-season win.

White was a first round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills in the 2017 NFL Draft, and helped his team reach the Playoffs in his rookie season. That year, White and the Bills took on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Wild Card round of the playoffs, and ended up losing 10-3.

But now, White and the Bills are back in the Playoffs, and have a very different feel.

In 2019, White became a Pro Bowl selection for the first time in his career, as well and being named to the All Pro team for the first time. He led the NFL in interceptions (tied with two others) with 6. He was also named AFC Defensive Player of the Week twice in 2019.

Maybe most impressive, Tre'Davious White was in coverage for almost 600 snaps this year, and gave up ZERO touchdowns. A season-long shutout.

The Bills will travel to Houston to take on Deshaun Watson and the Texans. If the Bills win in Houston, they will likely face the number 1 seed in the AFC Playoffs, the Baltimore Ravens. The only way they wouldn't line up with the Ravens is if the Tennessee Titans upset the New England Patriots this weekend. If that happens, White and the Bills will be on their way to face East Texas native, and last year's NFL MVP Pat Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.