Are you not entertained? Just when it felt like the divisional-playoff weekend couldn't get any wilder, the Bills faced the Chiefs. The sports world took to social media to react as Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes put on a clinic.
The Kansas City Chiefs opened as touchdown favorites over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game, while the Los Angeles Rams are 3.5-point favorites over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs down the field to set up a tying field goal in the final 13 seconds of regulation, and then to a 42-36 overtime win against the Bills on Sunday night.
Bengals-Chiefs, 49ers-Rams: We've got early previews -- and overreactions -- for each conference title game
The conference championship game matchups are set. Here's everything you need to know, with X factors, what to watch for and more for both games.
— In a never-say-die showdown between two of the NFL’s top teams, and two of its bright young quarterbacks, the Bills and Chiefs played a classic Sunday night decided by one of them calling tails and the other making him pay for it.
The QBs delivered explosive plays and TD passes with a trip to the AFC Championship Game on the line.
Veteran safety Tyrann Mathieu left the Chiefs' dramatic 42-36 overtime victory over the Buffalo in the first quarter with a concussion on Sunday night, and Kansas City's defensive backfield struggled keeping up with the Bills the rest of the way.
We explain the biggest officiating questions and controversial calls of this year's playoffs.
Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
Chiefs inactive players for today's divisional round game against the Bills: RB Darrel Williams, WR Josh Gordon, OT Prince Tega Wanogho, DE Josh Kaindoh, CB Rashad Fenton, QB Shane Buechele
How can each team win Sunday and move on to the conference championships? We outlined keys to victory, players to watch and more.
What to watch for in every divisional-round game. Bold predictions. Key stats to know. Matchups to watch. And, of course, final score picks for every game.
William Weinbaum ESPN
After her Australian Open victory Sun. local time, Jessica Pegula — daughter of the Bills' owners — said on ESPN2 she has to pick them to win, thinks they're playing well, are a better team than last year and, re: Josh Allen, "he's unbelievable, I love watching him…it'll be so great to see him and (Patrick) Mahomes kind of tee off and hopefully get a little rivalry, too, for years to come." In an earlier media conf., she noted, "handling the crowd and the home team there is going to be rough."
Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill was fined nearly $13,000 for his touchdown celebration vs. the Steelers in which he took pompoms from a Kansas City cheerleader and danced along the sideline.
Despite being arrested earlier this week, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Willie Gay will play in Sunday's playoff game against the Buffalo Bills, coach Andy Reid said Friday.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
Broncos are interviewing Chiefs' OC Eric Bieniemy in Kansas City later today in what is expected to be the last of 10 HC interviews currently scheduled. Broncos have spent the past four days in five cities interviewing seven HC candidates.
The guys discuss if Mike McCarthy is on the hot seat in Dallas before welcoming in Pro Football HOF member Derrick Brooks and present what is at stake for each team in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs and more.
The guys look closely at the matchup between the Buccaneers and Rams and wonder if Sunday could actually be Tom Brady's last game. They also welcome in ESPN Football Analyst Harry Douglas before going through Four Downs and more.
Several are receiving consideration for head-coaching openings. When the season is over, will any end up with top coaching jobs?