It's been a long year for the Kansas City Chiefs and the fans that cheer them on each week.
Last year, the team couldn't make it to the big game, and they're praying history doesn't repeat itself when they take on the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
They'll have their work cut out for them having to face Derrick Henry. In the regular season, the running back averaged 102.7 yards per game with 18 total touchdowns.
The Titans' run game could play a huge role in the possible success of the team.
The Chiefs, however, come into the matchup amidst a seven-game winning streak and are the favorites to advance to the Super Bowl against either the Green Bay Packers or the 49ers.
The Niners host the Packers Sunday for the NFC title game in a matchup that will have Jimmy Garoppolo facing someone he used to root for in college.
An old tweet resurfaced of Jimmy G cheering on Aaron Rodgers years ago in an NFC-division game that added to a warm-fuzzy storyline feeling. And the 49ers will do it with an advantage of no additional injuries heading into the game.
Two of these four teams will head to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.
Here's how you can watch Sunday's AFC Championship matchup as the Chiefs host the Titans:
Start time: Sunday, Jan. 19, at 12:05 p.m. PT
TV Channel: CBS
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