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AFC Championship, Bills vs. Chiefs: How to watch & open thread

Patrick Mahomes will be ready to go after being in concussion protocol following Kansas City’s win over the Cleveland Browns.

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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. Buffalo has been on a tear coming into this one, winning eight-straight games. Allen has thrown for 530 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions, helping the Bills to back-to-back victories. Stefon Diggs continues his impressive season, leading all receivers with 234 yards through two games.

The Chiefs (15-2) got a scare last week when Mahomes had to leave the win over the Cleveland Browns early in the third quarter. He has cleared the league’s protocols and will be ready for today’s matchup. The defending champions have won 11 out of their 12 games, with the lone-loss coming in Week 17 when Kansas City rested most of its starters.

Here is how to watch the game:

Game: Buffalo Bills (15-3) @ Kansas City Chiefs (15-2)

Time: 3:40 p.m. PT


Streaming: Fubo TV

Location: Arrowhead Stadium

Betting line: Chiefs (-3)

Who do you think will advance to the Super Bowl?