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Chiefs vs. Bengals – How to watch the AFC Championship Game


We’ve got a rematch! It’s Chiefs vs. Bengals for the AFC Championship.

The Bengals took control of their game against the Buffalo Bills early, en route to a 27-10 victory. This punched their ticket to their 2nd consecutive AFC Championship Game appearance.

Cincinnati heads to Kansas City where the no.1 seeded Chiefs await. Kansas City defeated the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20 to advance.

This sets up a rematch from earlier this season and most importantly, of last year’s AFC Championship Game. There we saw Joe Burrow and co. upset the Patrick Mahomes led Chiefs 27-24 in OT to reach the Super Bowl.

When & Where is the Chiefs vs. Bengals AFC Championship Game?

The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs will battle for the AFC Title this Sunday, January 29th.

Kick-off is slated for 6:30pm est from GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kanas City, MO.

Chiefs vs. Bengals Injury Report – Is Patrick Mahomes healthy?

Patrick Mohomes suffered an ankle sprain against the Jaguars and was the biggest injury concern for the game.

He practiced all week and is good to go for Sunday. How healthy he truly is however, won’t be known until we see him on the field.

Chiefs vs. Bengals Injury Report

Both teams have very small injury reports ahead of Sunday.


OUT: G Alex Cappa, OT Jonah Williams

Questionable: None


OUT: None

Questionable: WR Mecole Hardman, WR Justin Watson, TE Travis Kelce

AFC Championship Weather Forecast

Weather can sometimes play a major factor in NFL games. Outside of freezing temperatures, the Chiefs and Bengals should have decent weather for their game.

Temperatures are forecast in the low to mid 20’s with winds around 10 to 15 mph leading to kick-off. There is a very small chance (2-5%) of snow and temperatures may drop into the teens as the game progresses.

How to watch the Chiefs vs. Bengals AFC Championship Game

Tune to CBS for this years AFC title game. Jim Nance and Tony Romo will be on the call, with Tracy Wolfson reporting from the sideline.

Time: 6:30pm Est

TV Channel: CBS

Alternative ways to view: Paramount+, CBS mobile app, CBS Live TV

AFC Championship Game Odds

The game line has shifted back and forth leading up to kick-off. It has settled with the Chiefs as slight favorites.

*Odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook

Game Spread: Chiefs -1.5, Bengals +1.5

Game Total Over/Under: 48

AFC Championship Moneyline: Chiefs -124, Bengals +106

Author: Brian Twining

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