Chiefs and Bills remain the favorites to win the Super Bowl
The NFL postseason is all set to arrive on Saturday and people across the world can't wait for the action to get started. Leading up to things, there are two teams in particular who a lot of fans think can win it all: the Chiefs and Bills.
Patrick Mahomes is eyeing his second Super Bowl title
With the Chiefs, they hold the No. 1 seed in the AFC and they'll be off during the Wild Card Round. This is a major benefit for them and one they hope they'll be able to take advantage of. In the Divisional Round, they'll host whoever they take on. Mahomes will enter the postseason with loads of confidence too, as he's once again looking like the best quarterback in the game.
The Associated Press just named him the First Team All-Pro quarterback. It's going to be tough for teams to take them down over the next month.
The Buffalo Bills have high Super Bowl hopes
Elsewhere in the AFC, the Bills are right behind the Chiefs in terms of Super Bowl odds. Allen is feeling a bit snubbed, as he didn't make an AP All-Pro team. Will that motivate him to silence his haters from start to finish in the postseason? We're about to find out.
In back-to-back years, Buffalo has been eliminated in the playoffs by the Chiefs, and they're hoping that some revenge can be delivered in the AFC Championship Game - should these two teams end up advancing.
This is the AFC title game that everyone wants to see. That game would be played at a neutral site (Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta) if the powerhouses were to face off. It'd be a thrilling matchup. Let's keep our fingers crossed it goes down.