Since Patrick Mahomes took over as the Kansas City Chiefs’ starting quarterback, every one of their 11 playoff games has been played at Arrowhead Stadium.
This remarkable streak now hangs in the balance as Monday’s game in Buffalo looms. If the Steelers pull off a victory, the Chiefs will host the Texans.
However, if the Bills emerge victorious, Mahomes and his team will have to hit the road and head to Buffalo.
Interestingly, nothing seems to rattle Mahomes.
Not even the bitter cold of last night’s game or a broken helmet managed to shake his composure. Buffalo may present a challenging environment, but it’s unlikely to faze him.
A potential matchup between Mahomes and Josh Allen in Buffalo promises to be a captivating spectacle. The two quarterbacks have faced off six times, with a deadlocked 3-3 record.
However, when it comes to playoff encounters, Mahomes holds the upper hand, having won both previous matchups. In their lone meeting in Buffalo, Mahomes led his team to victory, adding to the intrigue of what could be an unforgettable showdown.
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