49ers-Chiefs to face off in Super Bowl LIV

Jan. 28—The San Francisco 49ers downed the Detroit Lions, 34-31, Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif. to win the National Football Conference championship and a berth in Super Bowl LIV (Feb.11, Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas).

The 49ers will be facing the Chiefs of Kansas City in the Super Bowl after Kansas City topped the Baltimore Ravens, 17-10, Sunday afternoon in the American Football Conference Championship tilt that was played in Baltimore.

San Francisco was forced to rally from being down 17 points.

Detroit dominated for most of the game and the 49ers were unable to make the lead until 9:52 to play in the game when Jake Moody booted a 33-yard field goal.

San Francisco was playing in its third-straight NFC Championship game.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes went 30-39 for 241 yards and a touchdown to guide his team to victory.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelcie hauled in 11 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown.

Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champions.