After defeating the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in the AFC Championship, Kansas City will play in its second straight Super Bowl and fourth in five seasons.
After the Ravens' initial three-and-out, Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore seemed like it could be a barn burner between two of the NFL's most talented quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson.
Next two possessions saw touchdown drives by both sides.
Travis Kelce scored on a 10-play, 86-yard drive for the Chiefs, who had Taylor Swift in attendance. A 6-play drive, highlighted by a 30-yard Jackson-Xavian Flowers throw, tied the game in two and a half minutes for the Ravens.
The Chiefs then ran a 16-play touchdown drive that took nine minutes.
With 10:56 left in the second quarter, Isiah Pacheco scored a two-yard touchdown to put the Chiefs ahead 17-7. It was their last touchdown.
The game was characterized by strong defense and missed chances. Jackson was strip-sacked by the Chiefs at Baltimore's 33-yard line on the Ravens' next drive.
Despite having fantastic field position, Kansas City failed to convert on a 4th and 1 run on the next drive.
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