At this point, we’ve seen just about everything that the 2018 season had to offer. Then, the postseason began and now we’re on tap to seeing something that is extremely rare.
The AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs was already slated to be one of the most anticipated games of the year, but now the two teams could end playing this game in the bright lights and under a Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse. You heard that correctly.
This is on top of an arctic blast that is supposed to hit the game and possibly set records for the coldest game ever.
It’ll take some heavy delays and possibly some overtime action to see it happen, because the game kicks off at 5:40 CST, but the total eclipse won’t happen until 10:41 p.m. CST. Anything is possible.