The NFL’s decision on a neutral location for the potential AFC Championship between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs could be made soon.
Of course, this is only going to become a thing if the aforementioned teams progress to that stage. As such, the league should be in no hurry to disclose its plans for a matchup that isn’t guaranteed to take place.
That’s the way it went with the potential coin flip to decide home-field advantage for the Wild-Card rematch involving the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. The details of the would-be flip were never revealed as the Ravens lost the pertinent game.
The situation is pretty much the same with regard to the AFC Championship, yet that hardly means the NFL should hold off on making a decision. According to the Washington Post’s Mark Maske, the choice could be made this week.
The decision remains under Commissioner Roger Goodell’s purview, but the league could take its time with an announcement.
An outdoor location where the weather can factor in should be ideal as both the Bills and Chiefs play in the elements.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.