Chiefs win AFC Championship, headed to fourth Super Bowl.

A 27-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals  in the AFC Championship cemented their  name in  the biggest  football  game of the year.

After a  13-6 first  half  dominated  by the Chiefs’ defense, Kansas City’s miscues helped the Bengals  hang around  in the  second  half.

A three-and-out helped the Bengals tie  the game at  13  in the  third  quarter and a Mahomes fumble helped the Bengals tie  the game at 20  in the fourth  quarter.

Defensive  end Frank Clark highlighted the  defense with 1. 5 sacks  while Chris Jones tallied  the first playoff sack of his career.

Rookie  corner Jaylen Watson made  consistent  plays  throughout the  night  along with an interception  in the first half.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for 333 yards  and three touchdowns  while tight  end Travis Kelce had  78 yards and a touchdown.

Receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling  also had a breakout  game with 116 yards and a touchdown.

Super Bowl  57  will be on February 12 at  5:30 p.m.

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