The Chiefs and Bills better be ready to send refunds for the planned neutral-site AFC championship game because one of the teams did not fulfill their end of the bargain.
The Bills and Kansas City Chiefs would have met in Atlanta next week in the AFC Championship had Buffalo won Sunday in the divisional round, but the Bengals came in and never trailed as they defeated Buffalo with ease.
After the game, Bengals coach Zac Taylor gave a hilarious heartfelt apology to the neutral site being screwed over his team defeating the Buffalo Bills.
“We had our minds set to go play in Kansas City,” Taylor said. “It is tough, because they have to formulate the plans for coin tosses, they gotta formulate the plans for neutral site games, and we just keep screwing it up for everybody. I hate that for people to have to endure all those logistical issues. We just keep screwing it up. Sorry.”
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The Bengals are playing with a chip on their shoulder thanks to the perceived slights by the league.
Joe Burrow threw two touchdown passes and overcame the snowy elements to lead the Cincinnati Bengals back into the AFC championship game. For a second straight year, the Bengals and Chiefs will play for the right to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl.
The Bengals will now look to defeat the Chiefs on the road again and this time get a win in the Super Bowl.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.