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Chiefs Outlast Bengals, Return to Super Bowl

Chiefs President Clark Hunt holds the Lamar Hunt AFC Championship Trophy (Photo courtesy KC Chiefs Twitter)

The Kansas City Chiefs outlast the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 to return to the Super Bowl for the third time in four years.

A late Patrick Mahomes scramble along with a Roughing Penalty against the Bengals set-up Harrison Butker who nailed the 45-yard field goal with three seconds left. 

Mahomes threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns while the Chiefs defense intercepted Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow twice in leading KC to their third AFC Championship in five seasons.

Chiefs Coach Andy Reid will play against his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl in two weeks. The game will also feature a match-up of brothers on opposing teams for the first time, the Chiefs Travis Kelce vs. the Eagles Jason Kelce. 

Coverage of the Super Bowl will be heard on Legends 1063 Dot FM. 

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