We now know who the Bills will play next Sunday in the AFC Championship game.

The Bills will play at the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game next Sunday after the Chiefs defeated the Cleveland Browns 22-17. The game will kickoff at 6:40 p.m.

It will be the Chiefs' third-consecutive game hosting the AFC title game, which as never happened before in the NFL.

The game has been talked about potentially happening since the regular season. That's because it will feature two of the league's best passing offenses and two of the best young quarterback's in the game: Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes.

However, there's some concern over Mahomes, since he left the game against Cleveland in the third quarter with a concussion. Longtime NFL backup Chad Henne came into the game for Kansas City and earned the Chiefs the win, despite throwing an interception in the fourth quarter.

The game will be at Arrowhead Stadium because the Chiefs were the number one seed in the AFC, while the Bills were the second seed.

This is going to be the Bills' toughest matchup all year and they actually played the Chiefs at Bills Stadium in October, however, that game was a run-heavy one with rainy, windy weather in Orchard Park.

This is the Bills' first appearance in the AFC Championship since January of 1994 when the Bills hosted the, you guessed it, Kansas City Chiefs and Hall of Fame quarterback, Joe Montana.

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The Chiefs have the best offense in the league but their defense should be vulnerable, so this should be a fun game.

Go Bills!

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