Damien Williams ran through snow and muck for 129 yards and another score, and Tyreek Hill had 72 yards receiving and a touchdown run, as the Chiefs beat Indianapolis for the first time in five playoff meetings to earn their first AFC title game appearance since January 1994.
However, the matchup between New England and Kansas City features the top two teams in the conference and sets up an intriguing rematch of the earlier meeting this year.
Mahomes and Co. are excited.
"Just a few East Texas kids that had to grow up a little faster than expected", she wrote. He missed the last 15 games of the 2017 season with a torn Achilles and the first 13 games of this season with lingering heel problems.
Kansas City will be taking on the victor of today's New England-Los Angeles game, which kicks off shortly after 1 p.m. E.T. "It's a momentum swing and needing those points going into half and (I) didn't come through for us".
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He can play that holding midfield role, he has the quality and the vision to pass. He had more space than usual but he was so clever. He can play that holding midfield role.
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Allen, a seven-year National Football League veteran, is in his first season with the Chiefs. But the Colts will have to determine if they want to re-sign Vinatieri.
Not with this Kansas City quarterback. The No Touchdown game. But in the flawless summation of their lousy afternoon, their erstwhile star kicker missed the extra point.
It also marked the shortest missed field goal in the playoffs since the Chiefs and Colts played in a 2006 wild-card game.
Colts: Center Ryan Kelly (knee) left late in the fourth quarter. Many of us haven't seen this team in the AFC title game since we were pretty young.