Chiefs Are Headed Back To The Super Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs won their second straight Lamar Hunt Trophy with a 17-10 victory at Baltimore in the AFC Championship game Sunday. Travis Kelce had 11 catches for 116 yards and a touchdown and the Chiefs defense forced two key turnovers in knocking off the top-seed Ravens.

After forcing a three-and-out on Baltimore’s opening drive, the Chiefs drove 86 yards capped by a 19-yard pass from Mahomes to Kelce. The Ravens answered back, on their next possession, on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Lamar Jackson to Zay Flowers. Unphased, the Chiefs drove 75 yards. Isiah Pacheco finished the 16-play, nine minute drive (9:02) with a two-yard run.

Harrison Butker nailed a 52-yard field goal late in the first half to make it 17-7 at the break.

Baltimore scoring chances were turned away in the second half when Flowers fumbled going over the goal line and Jackson threw an interception in the endzone with 6:45 left. Justin Tucker hit a 43-yard field goal with 2:34 left to make it 17-10. On third-and-nine, Mahomes connected with Marquez Valdes-Scantling for 32 yards to allow the Chiefs to run out the clock. Coach Andy Reid saluted MVS and his staff for helping the players get through some rough moments this season…

Kelce broke the record for postseason receptions, finishing the game with 156. Jerry Rice previously held the record with 151. Mahomes went 30-of-39 passing for 241 yards and a score. Mahomes saluted the defense….

The 14-6 Chiefs will be seeking to be the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2004 New England Patriots. The San Francisco 49ers get a Super Bowl rematch with the Chiefs. You can hear the Super Bowl broadcast from Westwood One on Sunday, February 11th.