The last stop on the Road to Super Bowl LV in the AFC stops at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The AFC East Champions No. 2 Buffalo Bills (15-3) will take on the reigning Super Bowl and AFC West Champions No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs (15-2) in a showdown for the 2021 AFC Championship.
Just like the NFC Championship Game, the AFC Championship will be a Week 6 rematch. When these two teams met in Week 6, Kansas City walked out of Buffalo with a 26-17 victory. The Chiefs have the best offense in the NFL, and the Bills are right behind them with the second-best. After leaving their last game early due to a concussion, reigning Super Bowl MVP QB Patrick Mahomes will be ready to go for Sunday’s game.
Kansa City will have a huge advantage due to the expected 16,000+ fans allowed at Arrowhead. Those who cannot attend can find out how to watch Bills vs. Chiefs in the 2021 AFC Championship Game below.
When to watch Bills vs. Chiefs
Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs is scheduled to kickoff at 6:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 24, on CBS.
Where to watch Bills vs. Chiefs
CBS will be broadcasting the live telecast of the AFC Championship, which most households can watch for free with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see what channels are available in your area with an antenna.
Fans can watch the 2021 NFC Championship Game for free with their phone or tablet by using the Yahoo Sports App. The app also allows fans to invite up to 3 friends for a watch party while watching on your phone. Some geographical restrictions may apply.
Here’s how to watch with a live TV streaming service.
- fuboTV has CBS covered with the fuboTV Family plan for $65/month.
- Hulu with Live also carries CBS for $65/month.
- AT&T TV includes CBS in its base package for $60/month.
- YouTube TV includes CBS with a $65/month subscription.
- CBS All-Access is the home of all of CBS networks content for only $6/month.
Predictions: Kansas City will go back-to-back Super Bowls thanks to their high-powered offense.
If QB Patrick Mahomes can remain healthy and play the full game then the Chiefs will waltz into their second Super Bowl in a row. The Chiefs have too much firepower for the Bills defense to keep up with. WR Tyreek Hill may be the fastest man in football and has left defensive back burnt anytime he catches the ball. If the Bills want to have any chance then QB Josh Allen has to keep playing at a high level and limit his desire to make errant throws because Kansas City’s defense will capitalize on those mistakes. This will be the best game of the day but expect the Chiefs to repeat as AFC Champions with a win by 2 scores.