“Josh Allen is instilling fear in the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of Sunday’s game. He’s urging his team to be fully prepared, confident they will beat us up and down the field.”

he Kansas City Chiefs’ championship defense continues Sunday night in Buffalo, where Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce will face Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and the rest of the Bills at Highmark Stadium. The winner will advance to the AFC

Championship Game against either the Houston Texans or the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens — and for the Chiefs, this task will need to be done on the road, for the first time in Mahomes’ career.

Beyond the intrigue of seeing how Mahomes will do in his first conference playoff game away from Arrowhead Stadium, the two-time MVP will want to see a secondary target emerge beside tight end Travis Kelce. The troubles of the Chiefs’ receivers — specifically in avoiding drops — have in part defined Kansas City’s season, and no quarterback in the NFL has suffered more from his receivers’ inconsistency than Mahomes in 2023.