No matter where you are this weekend, listen to your choice of the home, away, or national feed of Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens starting at 3pm ET on SiriusXM.
The winner heads to Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV, on February 11.
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Away: Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs are gearing up for their 6th-straight AFC Championship Game. Coach Andy Reid is eyeing his 11th Championship Game appearance and surpassing legends along the way.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, coming off a stellar AFC-Divisional performance, is set to join the elite club of QBs with 14+ playoff wins. With a remarkable track record against Baltimore, Mahomes is poised to deliver another display of precision passes and strategic brilliance.
Running back Isiah Pacheco is on a touchdown spree, extending his streak to six consecutive games. Travis Kelce continues his historic playoff run, needing just seven catches to eclipse the legendary Jerry Rice for the most postseason receptions ever. Rookie sensation Rashee Rice is emerging as a dynamic force, showcasing his prowess with consistent performances.
On the defensive front, Chris Jones and George Karlaftis are orchestrating a symphony of tackles, sacks, and forced fumbles. Linebacker Nick Bolton is a tackling machine, recording 13 in the AFC-Divisional clash. The secondary, led by the dynamic duo of L’Jarius Sneed and Chamarri Conner, promises to keep the opposition in check.
Can the Chiefs secure their 4th Super Bowl appearance in the past 5 years?
Home: Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens are hosting the AFC Championship Game for the first time in franchise history as they set their sights on a third Super Bowl appearance.
Coach John Harbaugh, the mastermind behind Baltimore’s 2012 Super Bowl victory, is once again steering the ship towards glory. The Ravens dominated the NFL in rushing offense in 2023, averaging an impressive 156.5 yards per game. The ground game, led by Lamar Jackson, is a force to be reckoned with.
Speaking of Lamar Jackson, the electrifying quarterback showcased his dual-threat prowess in the AFC-Divisional game, tallying 252 yards and four touchdowns. Jackson’s ability to rack up 100+ rush yards in three of his five playoff starts is a record-setting feat, solidifying his place in NFL history. Watch out as he takes on the Chiefs with the same determination that led him to 3,678 pass yards and 821 rush yards in the 2023 season.
Running back Gus Edwards, with his career-high 810 rush yards and 13 touchdowns in 2023, adds another layer to the Ravens’ offensive firepower. Justice Hill, Mark Andrews, Isaiah Likely, Zay Flowers, and Nelson Agholor form a receiving corps that complements Jackson’s playmaking skills.
On the defensive end, Justin Madubuike, Roquan Smith, Patrick Queen, and Jadeveon Clowney are a menacing force. Kyle Hamilton and Geno Stone are poised to disrupt any aerial attack, with Stone finishing the 2023 season ranking 2nd in the NFL with an impressive 7 interceptions.
Will Lamar Jackson lead his team to a historic AFC Championship victory?
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