The NFL is reportedly on the verge of making a decision as it pertains to the neutral site that would host an ACF Championship game between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs should it come to that.
The league will have the game take place at a location that is home to neither team due to the Bills’ Week 17 game against the Cincinnati Bengals being canceled on account of Damar Hamlin’s horrific scare.
It’s since been reported that a determination will be made this week, though not necessarily announced as it’s still hypothetical at this point. The Bills would need to beat the Miami Dolphins this Sunday and come out of their divisional round, while the Chiefs will have to defeat the AFC’s lowest-remaining seed after their bye week to set up the mouthwatering matchup.
The NFL is under no obligation to disclose its plans way in advance, yet folks have been making their picks all the same.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk has predicted three potential destinations – The Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Acrisure Stadium, and the Chicago Bears’ Soldier Field – which aren’t close enough to Buffalo or Kansas City to provide either team with an advantage.
Both teams play outdoors in the elements, so the aforementioned stadiums would all be similar enough.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.