The Kansas City Chiefs have Clyde Edwards-Helaire but are missing fellow running back Le'Veon Bell and veteran wide receiver Sammy Watkins for their AFC championship game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Edwards-Helaire has been out since mid-December, when the 32nd overall draft pick sustained a high-ankle sprain in a game in New Orleans. Edwards-Helaire returned to practice for a single day before he was inactive in last week's divisional-round win over the Browns, but he looked good this week in practice and was active for the Bills.
The AFC Championship Game sees two high-powered offenses square off in Kansas City. Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are playing Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. The Bills (15-3) haven’t appeared in the Big Game in 26 seasons.
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