- A trip to the Super Bowl is on the line on Sunday in Baltimore for both teams
- The Chiefs are participating in their sixth straight conference championship
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Before the team’s sixth straight appearance in the AFC Championship game, the Kansas City Chiefs had their final practice before flying to Baltimore.
The Chiefs play the Ravens on Sunday, with a berth in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas on the line.
Baltimore hasn’t been to an NFL championship game since 2012, while Kansas City is looking for its fourth AFC title in the last five years.
During the streak of six consecutive AFC Championship appearances, the Chiefs haven’t lost at this level in regulation.
Both conference championship defeats came in overtime to the Patriots to end their 2018 season, and the Bengals for the 2021 campaign.
Travis Kelce will play in his sixth AFC Championship game on Sunday against the Ravens
Patrick Mahomes has a chance to appear in his fourth Super Bowl thus far in his career
Andy Reid will coach a team in his 11th conference championship game on his NFL career
This will be the first road conference championship game for Kansas City during that stretch, as it has hosted the previous five AFC Championship games.
Before last week, Patrick Mahomes had never played in a road NFL playoff game.
Andy Reid will lead a team into his 11th conference championship game, having led the Eagles to five between 2001-08.
Tons of focus will be on Travis Kelce, with the tight end scoring two touchdowns last week.
Kelce will also be in the spotlight for his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, is likely to attend her third straight Kansas City playoff game.
Kelce likely will have an extra spotlight for the championship game because of Taylor Swift
The Chiefs offensive line stretches before the practice ahead of the game against the Ravens
The Chiefs are appearing in their sixth straight conference championship game on Sunday
Baltimore and Kansas City have not played this season, with a first-time ever playoff matchup between likely league MVP Lamar Jackson and Mahomes on deck.
Jackson has never appeared in a Super Bowl, with Sunday’s game also being his first contest beyond the Divisional round.
If Kansas City wins, it’ll face either San Francisco or Detroit in Super Bowl LVIII.