Bills vs the Chiefs for NFL 2021 AFC Title Game . Mahomes Iffy The Kansas City Chiefs (15-2 SU, 7-10 ATS ) will continue their Super Bowl defense this Sunday. When they host the Buffalo Bills (14-3 SU, 12-5 ATS) in the AFC Championship Game. This game is kicking off at 6:40 PM ET on CBS. But they might have to do it without QB Patrick Mahomes. As he suffered a concussion during the third quarter of their Divisional Round win over the Cleveland Browns and did not return.
Will Mahomes Dress for Bills-Chiefs? Former league MVP Patrick Mahomes is iffy for this Sunday’s 2021 AFC title game. Bet on football at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus.
Chad Henne came on for Mahomes and managed to hold off the Browns, although it wasn’t pretty. The veteran back-up was picked off in Cleveland’s end zone during the fourth quarter. This was after a bad throw. Furthermore the Browns couldn’t capitalize, falling 22-17 as 8-point road dogs on the closing betting line. Chad Henne played the final 20 minutes for Kansas City as the defending champions held on for dear life. They’ll face a healthy and well-rested Bills team coming off Saturday’s 17-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens as 3-point home favorites.
Sunday’s game has the Chiefs pegged as 3-point favorites, with a total of 54. Buffalo punched their ticket to the AFC title game by beating the Baltimore Ravens 17-3 on Saturday as 3-point home favorites according to Bovada SportsBook. They’re relatively healthy going into this contest, with an extra day to prepare.
As a cold-weather team, the Bills shouldn’t be fazed by the conditions at Arrowhead Stadium. Where the long-range forecast calls for overcast skies and temperatures in the mid-30s at game time. Get your NFL odds at Bovada today.