Deja vu: Bengals will play Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in AFC title game

The Cincinnati Bengals will play the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC title game with a spot in the Super Bowl up for grabs.

That game will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 29.

Sound familiar? The Bengals did the same thing last year, winning on the road in the divisional round and then besting the Chiefs to advance to the Super Bowl.

This year, the Bengals again went on the road in the divisional round and bested the Bills from start to finish, securing a 27-10 victory. After, Joe Burrow and Bengals players celebrated forcing the NFL to refund Bills-Chiefs AFC title game tickets scheduled for a neutral site in Atlanta.

Now the question turns to just how injured Bengals center Ted Karras is, whether the two missing starters on the offensive line can return in time and how the ankle injury suffered by Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is doing in days leading up to the conference title game.


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Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire