Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are hoping to upset the Bills on Sunday.

Chiefs News: Patrick Mahomes and KC are underdogs, Travis Kelce special moment

After a thrilling Wild Card Round in the NFL playoffs, the Divisional Round is here and plenty of eyes are going to be on the showdown between the Chiefs and Bills. These two teams are no strangers to one another. 

In recent years, the AFC powerhouses have faced off for some memorable showdowns in the postseason, but this time around, the action will take place in Buffalo. For Patrick Mahomes and Co., that means they'll enter Sunday's kickoff as underdogs. Will KC be able to post an upset?

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs face a ton of pressure vs. the Bills 

Per the oddsmakers, the Bills are 2.5-point favorites against Kansas City. This isn't a major shock considering Buffalo is the home team, but the Chiefs are going to use this as motivation to get the job done. 

Mahomes is coming off another strong year for Kansas City, but the offense was a bit inconsistent this season. Despite that, Mahomes, a two-time Super Bowl winner, tossed for 4,183 yards and 27 touchdowns. 

Come Sunday in primetime, Mahomes will be going up against Josh Allen, who is hoping to finally take down KC in the playoffs. The winner of this game will move on to the AFC Championship Game to take on either Baltimore or Houston. Who will come out on top? We're about to find out. 

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce share special moment on their podcast 

Leading up to the action, a lot of people are talking about Travis Kelce and his brother Jason Kelce, the legendary center for the Philadelphia Eagles. Philly suffered a rough loss to the Bucs last weekend, ending their season. 

Since then, there's been plenty of speculation that the elder Kelce will be hanging up his cleats and retiring. However, he said a final decision is yet to be made. He did so while talking to Travis on their podcast, with the two sharing a special moment: 

It remains to be seen if Jason will retire or be back with the Eagles, but everyone knows he'll be ready to support Travis this weekend when he takes on the Bills. These two brothers love one another and their podcast continues to be a must-see for NFL fans everywhere. 

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