Could there be a changing of the guard this weekend, when the OG Tom Brady steps foot into Arrowhead Stadium for his 8th consecutive appearance in the AFC Championship. While Chiefs fans will be chanting ‘MVP’ ‘MVP’, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs will be hosting their first AFC Championship on their home field.
Mahomes is ready to show everyone that he is the future of the NFL. While Brady has been at the top for so long this matchup will determine if Brady will be around the league for the next 5 years. Buckle up this one will be one for the record books!
Patriots at Chiefs (-3)
Sunday, 6:40 p.m. ET on CBS
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The Patriots dynasty led by Bill Belichick, who have a veteran at the helm with Tom Brady will look to exploit the young Chiefs defense. While Patrick Mahomes seems to look like a veteran out there has only been calling plays for two seasons but is a crowd favorite at Arrowhead.
In the last meeting between these two teams in October at Gillette, the Patriots grabbed the W, winning by a field goal. This time will be much different since the Pats won’t have the same comforts of home, they haven’t won a road playoff game since 2007. While Reid is 2-2 against the Patriots since arriving in Kansas City he has never beat Bill Belichick in the NFL playoffs.
The Chiefs may have a mismatch with Tyreek Hill. He will be a menace to deal with, will New England’s secondary be able to keep up with his speed. Belichick is known for his game plan, can he keep up the sorcery and call a perfect game to keep Mahomes arm at bay.
Chiefs are favorites for Sunday and will face Belichick and Brady for the 2nd time this year. They have the opportunity of a lifetime to take down the dynasty of the Patriots and hang up their hat to succeed the Pats.
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