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The Kansas City Chiefs they are back in the American Conference Final (AFC) after defeating Saturday afternoon 20-27 to the Jacksonville Jaguars from the Arrowhead Stadium of Missouri, in the duel corresponding to the NFL Divisional Round.

patrick mahomeswho was injured in the second quarter but returned after the break, passed for 195 yards and two scores, while travis kelce he had 98 passing yards and two scores.

The game began in favor of the locals, who after stopping the Jags headed into a monumental six minute series and that he covered 83 yards. Mahomes he completed six of eight passes, the last scoring to his favorite target, tight end travis kelceleaving up 0-7.

Nevertheless, Jacksonville It didn't take long for him to respond to the affront, starting the series with a Agnew kick return for 63 yards. Supported in the running game with Travis Etiennethe quarterback Trevor Lawrence finally buzzed in the area scoring with Christian Kirkequalizing the score.

The point trading continued in the next series, but the worst possible scenario for the Bosses it was given After good progress Mahomes suffered a massive blow to the kneeand after concluding the series with a Harrison Butker field goal for the 7-10, the quarterback He entered the locker room to be searched.

After stopping the jaguarsthe offensive retook the field but now under the command of the veteran Chad Henne, who found a way to increase the lead, first with an impressive run of Isaiah Pacheco for 39 yards and closing with a walk kelce for your second annotation of the match, up 7-17.

In the last minutes of the first half, the visiting offense found its rhythm again, and they placed the kicker Riley Patterson in good position, from where he converted the Field goal to narrow the gap to 10-17.

Mahomes He came back from the break with the Bossesbut it was not until the last seconds of the quarter that the marker saw activity with another Butker field goalincreasing the advantage again to 10.

The jaguarswith long passes, sneaked up to the 4-yard line of their rivals, a position from which they did not take more than one carry of Étienne to enter the diagonals and put the one possession game, 17-20.

But Kansas I don't know, he remained with his arms crossed and, with Mahomes Giving his best passes since the injury, finally they added seven points againnow with an acrobatic reception of Marquez Valdes-Scantling, after covering 70 yards in just under five minutes.

Jacksonville returned to have a great start to the series with another kick back of Agnew for 42 yards. Lawrence He led his team to the rival nine yard line with a brave personal carry, but on the first opportunity and goal, Agnewwho had been heroic on special teams, dropped the ball what was it recovered by Chiefs defense.

The jaguars stopped the offense and recovered the ball, but immediately after Lawrence was intercepted with one hand by Jaylen Watsonwhich with a good reading, combined with a bad pass, practically sealed the game.

With one minute remaining, Jacksonville had one last chance that ended in a Patterson field goalbut when trying the onside kick to keep the campaign alive, they missed and gave up the move on to the next round to the Chiefs, 20-27.

Now, Kansas expect rival for the Conference Final of the duel between Cincinnati Bengals Y buffalo billswhich will be played on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.central Mexico time, in the Highmark Stadium.

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