Will Sunday be the Start of Kansas City’s Dynasty

Kansas City has a chance to start something great for their organization this Sunday. They are taking on one of the greatest organizations in NFL history, the New England Patriots. One of the upcoming stars, Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, taking on, arguably, the greatest Quarterback of all time, Tom Brady. The best decision Kansas City has ever made was trading Alex Smith and taking a chance with Mahomes.

He’s more than likely going to the win the most valuable player award this year and it’s only his first year as a starter. He has one of the best receivers in the game and absolute speedster in Tyreek Hill.

He is only twenty-four years old. Those two have an unreal connection that has torched defenses all year long. Tight End Travis Kelce also hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down even though he’ll be thirty next season. This team has the chance to make a statement this Sunday against a team who has been in this Championship game eight straight years.

It’s been the talk all week long, another AFC Championship game for the New England Patriots.

However, this time they are underdogs and even have the worst chances on winning the Super Bowl. Kansas City has clearly been the best team all season long.

Even though they loss to New England back in week six, this team showed a lot of fight in that game despite being on the road. This time around, the game will be played at Arrowhead which is one of the best stadiums in the NFL.

Quarterback Pat Mahomes has been the face of the NFL this season. If he could make it to the Super Bowl, it will put the league on notice that this kid is going to be here for a long time.

I’m not saying he is the next generation Brady, but if he can stay healthy throughout his career, Mahomes has the potential to make Kansas City the next generation best dynasty.

This is Coach Andy Reid’s moment to show that he can coach in the big games and not make stupid mistakes that cost his teams a win. It’s going to be a fun game to watch as a football fan but if you are a fan of one of these teams, there’s going to be some stressful moments throughout the game.

Zachary Connell (@ZackConnell2)

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