Since 2013 the Chiefs have a regular-season record of 77-35, with playoff berths in six of seven years. The postseason, however, has turned into an annual event of heartbreak.
The Tennessee Titans will travel to Kansas City, and the Green Bay Packers will return to San Francisco for Sunday’s conference championship games. Both home teams are favored by at least a touchdown, and favorites covered in three of the four Divisional Round games last weekend.
These two AFC squads will face off for the second time this season, after a high-scoring thriller in Nashville on Nov. 10, when both teams struggled to stop the opposing offense's strength. The team that can reverse course Sunday is likely to earn a berth to Super Bowl LIV.
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Sparks will fly on Sunday when the upstart Tennessee Titans take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Championship Game.
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With the conference championship games looming, here are four takeaways from the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
The Tennessee Titans began the NFL playoffs as longshots, and that title remains for now, despite a pair of road wins over the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. Can they continue to beat the odds and author a classic underdog sports story?
After a weekend of dramatic upsets and comebacks, the Kansas City Chiefs have emerged as -105 favorites to win the Super Bowl. They’re currently listed as 7.5-point favorites to beat the Titans in Arrowhead Stadium, and if they do, they’ll have a date with either the 49ers or the Packers in Miami for Super Bowl LIV.