Subzero Temperatures Expected for Chiefs-Patriots AFC Championship Game

Subzero Temperatures Expected for Chiefs-Patriots AFC Championship Game

Subzero Temperatures Expected for Chiefs-Patriots AFC Championship Game

Brady and the Patriots will play the chip-on-their-shoulder card for the remainder of the postseason, as New England was instilled as a betting underdog for Sunday's AFC Championship Game tilt with the Kansas City Chiefs where freezing temperatures are expected at Arrowhead Stadium.

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick won their first championship together in 2002 and added to their dynasty with a 32-29 defeat over the Carolina Panthers in 2004 and an equally close game the following year.

Patrick Mahomes, meanwhile, has never played in a sub-25 degree game so it will all be new and exciting for him.

The Pats made easy work of the Chargers, but against the Chiefs at Arrowhead next weekend, it will be a different story.

Weather.com's long-term outlook calls for a high of 15 degrees in Kansas City on Sunday, and an overnight low of 6.

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But Brady and the Patriots proved that they are still as hungry as ever, and when it comes right down to it, they can get the job done.

If that doesn't give Patriots fans chills, we're not exactly too sure what to say.

Brady and the Patriots have recorded five additional Super Bowl appearances, winning two more titles in 2015 and 2017. But he's getting older every season.

Jackson County residents had first crack at buying tickets, but they had to be there in person at 9 a.m. when the ticket windows opened up.

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