Who will win the AFC Championship: Titans or Chiefs? | The Tylt
The NFL season is three games away from completion and two teams in the AFC remain with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line. The Titans defied the odds beating the defending champion New England Patriots and the No. 1 seeded Baltimore Ravens with running back Derrick Henry shouldering most of the load. The Chiefs came back from a 24-0 first-half deficit to blowout the Houston Texans to secure their spot in the AFC Championship. Who will go to the Super Bowl? 🏈
Who will win the AFC Championship: Titans or Chiefs?
When it comes to a one-and-done playoff format, momentum is a huge factor and the Titans have more of that than anyone. Specifically, running back Derrick Henry has been runaway big rig, gaining an average of 188.5 rushing yards per game. The Titans defense also stoned Tom Brady and the Patriots in the Wild Card round and held Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense to 12 points.
The Chiefs might have offensive weapons, but their not gonna be able to utilize them with Tennessee's defense playing as hot as it is and Derrick Henry keeping the clock rolling on the Titans' offensive possessions. Oh, and they already won the matchup during the regular season in November.
Get ready to add another upset win the team's rising body count.
Who cares what happened in the regular season? The Chiefs are ready for the Titans and will crush any hope Tennessee had of going to the Super Bowl.
Things didn't start well for Kansas City, but it was able to score 28 unanswered points and blow out the Houston Texans. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes reminded the rest of the league who he was with a five-touchdown performance while leading the team in rushing. With weapons like Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill on his side, Mahomes is more than capable of carrying the Chiefs the Super Bowl.
The Titans' miracle run stops in Arrowhead Stadium.