(Kansas City) Kansas City chiefs need fifty years to play their second Super Bowl.
Now the current champions are back in the final game for the second year in a row.
Patrick Mahoms led his team to a 38-24 victory over Josh Allen and Buffalo Bills at the American Association Championship Game in Kansas City on Sunday.
Mahoms threw three touchdown passes and made an air advantage of 325 yards. Travis Kells and Tyrik Hill are his favorite targets.
The chiefs will meet a well-known rival – Tom Brady – and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in two weeks, in Tampa, Florida.
Allen, who had his worst part of the season in Week 6 against the same bosses, once again struggled to overcome the Chiefs defense. He finished the game with an air gain of 287 yards and two touchdowns. He is a victim of interruption.
While his team was trying to close the 38-15 deficit in the quarterback, the game picked up most of his wins late.
Those who took a 9-0 lead in the first quarter started the Bills game well.
Mahoms and Kelsey quickly found their rhythm, and the offense of all the chiefs joined them.
They hit the Bills defense into the end zone in a 14-game series over 80-yards. Later, in the next series, the Chiefs advanced 82 yards on just five plays for another touchdown. Finally they collected the third touchdown in the following series.
Meanwhile, Bills managed only one field goal, with the Chiefs entering the locker room at half-time with a 21-12 lead.
In the second half, the bills had to be settled again for field goals, one from the Chiefs three-line and the other from the nine-line.
The disappointment began when Allen was fired in the fourth quarter of the bills. Once on the field, Allen threw the ball into the face of Alex O’Keefe, who had just fixed him. A scam has taken place and the authorities have given several fines.
The Chiefs pulled it off, and Mahomes and Kells began celebrating their second straight Super Bowl show with their second touchdown tonight.
Chiefs and Buccaneers to cross swords for 13 peopleE In their history, in two weeks. On November 29, Chiefs defeated Brady’s forces 27-24 in a duel dominated by Mahoms and his gang.