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Kansas City Chiefs AFC Champions for 2023: Where to buy shirts, hats, sweat shirts and more
Championship locker room Chiefs shirt for $ 39.99 at Fanatics. Courtesy of FanaticsNEW !The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20, during Sunday’s AFC Championship Game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri .The Chiefs will play the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. The Bengals made their way bự the Super Bowl last year but fell béo the Los Angeles Rams, 23-20, the same score on Sunday .Fans who want merch béo forever celebrate the Chiefs ’ championship tiêu đề have many options phệ choose from when it comes phệ shirts, hats, memorabilia & accessories .One of the most popular items so sánh far is the AFC Championship locker room Chiefs shirt for $ 39.99 ( shown above ) .The AFC Championship Chiefs hat for $ 34.99 is another hot ticket tòa tháp ( shown below ) .AFC Championship Chiefs hat for $ 34.99 at Fanatics. Courtesy of FanaticsFans also can grab a Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship gift box for $ 84.99 .Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship gift box for $ 84.99 at Fanatics. Courtesy of FanaticsTo make your mua sắm experience easier, here are index pages for all of the merchandise :
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Here’s what the AP wrote about the championship game :
Patrick Mahomes scrambled for a first down on his badly sprained right ankle, then was shoved late out of bounds by Bengals linebacker Joseph Ossai, giving Harrison Butker a chance to kick a 45-yard field goal with 3 seconds remaining and give the Kansas City Chiefs a 23-20 victory over Cincinnati in the AFC title game Sunday night.
The Chiefs finally beat the Bengals after three straight losses, including a three-point overtime defeat in last year’s title game, and will play the Philadelphia Eagles — coach Andy Reid’s old team — in their third Super Bowl in four years.
Mahomes, who hurt his ankle against Jacksonville in the divisional round, threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns, even though he was missing three of his wide receivers to injuries by the end. Marquez Valdes-Scantling led the way with 116 yards and a touchdown, while Travis Kelce — bad back and all — had seven catches for 78 yards and a score.
Yet it was Mahomes on his balky right ankle, rather than with his strong right arm, that rescued the Chiefs.
The Chiefs got a crucial sack from Chris Jones to force a punt with 39 seconds left, and shaky return man Skyy Moore broke free for 29 yards on the return. On third-and-4 at the Bengals 47, Mahomes eluded pressure and scrambled toward the Bengals sideline, barely picking up the first down before Ossai gave him a shove from behind.
The penalty flags flew, the ball moved 15 yards closer and Butker’s kick barely had enough to get over the crossbar.
Joe Burrow, who was sacked five times and wobbly by the end, finished with 270 yards passing to go with a touchdown and two interceptions for the Bengals. Tee Higgins had six catches for 83 yards and the score.
The Chiefs were able to do early what the Buffalo Bills could not in last week’s divisional round: They ran roughshod over an ailing Bengals offensive line missing two starters to injury with another bothered by a sore knee.
Burrow was sacked three times in the first quarter alone and the Bengals offense did not gain a single yard.
Mahomes, whose ankle had been the subject of speculation all week, looked just fine leading Kansas City to a field goal on its opening possession. And when the Chiefs got the ball back, Mahomes did it again, but only after Kadarius Toney failed to pull in a nifty throw for a would-be touchdown — the incompletion was upheld upon review.
Cincinnati finally moved the ball in the second quarter, but it also had to settle for Evan McPherson’s chip-shot field goal.
So much for two of the league’s highest-scoring offenses.