The Kansas City Chiefs built a defense and signed a backup quarterback that were good enough to preserve a win. The Chiefs, who lost Patrick Mahomes to a concussion in the third quarter of Sunday's divisional-round win over Cleveland, might have to find out with their hopes of back-to-back AFC titles and a Super Bowl repeat on the line. Mahomes remained in the league's concussion protocol Monday and coach Andy Reid declined to speculate on when he'll be cleared.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, and Buffalo Bills are each playing for a spot in the Super Bowl on Feb. 7. Both the AFC and NFC championship games will take place on Sunday, Jan. 24, in what promises to be another exciting weekend of football. Patrick Mahomes’ recovery from a potential concussion will be the main storyline of the week leading up to the games.
American Football Expert & Columnist Backup quarterback Chad Henne stepped in to see the Kansas City Chiefs over the line on Sunday After four more compelling NFL playoff games over the weekend we are left with just a quartet of teams on the road to Super Bowl LV, which will be played in Tampa Bay on Sunday, February 7. This past weekend's games served up the usual array of superstar headline-makers, but also some unlikely heroes, who had been waiting in the shadows for their moment to shine.