Chiefs vs. Patriots: 2019 AFC Championship Game picks, NFL playoff predictions

Patriots. vs. Chiefs 2019: Date Time, TV schedule, and how to watch AFC Championship online. The AFC Championship is the second of two conference title games on Sunday, and it features the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs playing host to the second-seeded New England Patriots to determine who will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. The game is set for 6:40 p.m. ET and will be broadcast by CBS (live streaming via FuboTV, CBS All-Access).

Chiefs vs. Patriots: 2019 AFC Championship Game

When these two teams met in the regular season, it was as close as it can get. A total of 30 points were scored in the fourth quarter alone, but the Patriots made out with a 43-40 victory, despite four touchdowns from Patrick Mahomes. Tom Brady only tossed one touchdown, but didn’t throw an interception while Mahomes was picked off twice.

It was a very evenly-matched game, but New England’s superior defense made just enough stops (it wasn’t a great day for them by any means) to let the Patriots sneak through with a win.

Both teams had bye weeks in the wild card round of the playoffs, and both teams made it through their divisional round games much easier than their NFC counterparts (the Rams and Saints) were able to do. While those NFC games were close, the Patriots walked through the Chargers, winning 41-28, and the Chiefs made short work of Andrew Luck and the Colts, winning 31-13.

Below is all you need to know to watch the action on Sunday.

Time, TV, and streaming info
Time: 6:40 p.m. ET
Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.
Streaming: FuboTV, CBS All-Access
Odds: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites, making the Patriots a rare underdog, per OddsShark.

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will be playing in their eighth consecutive AFC Championship Game on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. However, they’ll be in the rare position of being the underdog as they travel to Arrowhead Stadium for a 6:40 p.m. ET kickoff on CBS. Brady had been favored in 67 consecutive starts, and it’s just the second time in 12 years that the Patriots have been dogs in the postseason.

These teams met earlier this season on Sunday Night Football, with the host Patriots winning on a last-second field goal. This time around, the high-powered Kansas City offense is favored by three over New England, and the total has been bet down from 57 to 56.5 in the latest Patriots vs. Chiefs odds. Before you make your 2019 AFC Championship Game predictions, be sure to check out the top Patriots vs. Chiefs picks from SportsLine’s Projection Model.

SportsLine’s proprietary computer model went 176-80 straight-up last season and beat more than 95 percent of CBS Sports Office Pool players in 2016 and ’17. It also performed better than 98 percent of experts tracked by during that span. Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who have followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

The model has continued to nail its top-rated picks in 2018-19, entering the championship round on a blistering 16-6 run. For the season, it is now 30-15 on all top-rated picks, extending its two-year run to a strong 78-49. It also went 170-84 on straight-up NFL picks during the regular season, ranking inside the top 10 on Additionally, it is 7-1 on all against the spread picks in the 2019 NFL playoffs. Anyone who has followed it is way up.

AFC Championship 2019

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Alright folks, time for championship weekend. I have many thoughts and I’ve waited to weigh in on the AFC Championship Game until as late as possible to gather as much info as I needed. I’m ready to go. Let’s dive in with the game in Kansas City between the Chiefs and New England Patriots.

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This game is a rematch of a Week 6 victory in New England that the Patriots won 43-40 on a late field goal. It was a back-and-forth offensive affair, with the Patriots just making more plays than the Chiefs at the end of the game. While it would be easy to assume the game this weekend might mimic that, I doubt it.

Here are four things to watch for Sunday, with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.

Will the Chiefs’ homefield advantage be a factor?
The Patriots are an excellent team at home. They were 9-0 and averaged 30+ points at home this season. Their defense allowed just 17 points a game in their friendly confines. On the road, the Patriots are 3-5 this season, allowing almost seven points more a game than at home. They’ve played sloppy on offense and haven’t been able to score.

However, they beat the one playoff team they faced on the road: the Chicago Bears. I don’t buy this “Patriots are bad on the road in the playoffs” stuff, either. They’ve played two, yes TWO, road games in the playoffs since the 2007 season —both in Denver. That’s hardly a large sample size and with a completely different team outside of coach and quarterback.

The Chiefs are similar to the Patriots. They are outstanding at home, and not so hot on the road, especially on defense. For whatever reason, the Chiefs defense is money in Kansas City. They allow almost half as many points at home and force more turnovers. They thrive on the crowd and their pass rush in Arrowhead.

How do the Patriots stop the Chiefs offense?
In three of the four games between the Patriots and Chiefs since 2014, the Chiefs have scored 40+ points. Two of those games were with Alex Smith under center. With both Smith and Patrick Mahomes at quarterback, the Patriots haven’t had an answer for Tyreek Hill in their last two games. He’s had 20 targets, 14 catches and 275 yards. Beyond that, Kareem Hunt torched them, both on the ground and in the air. He’s off the team, but the option of using the back on Sunday is still there. Last week against the Colts, Damien Williams rushed for 129 yards and a touchdown and caught five passes.


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The Saints boast an unbreakable string of victories since the 1990s have sealed their place in the Championship by beating the Eagles with a 20-14 win. Drew Brees piloted the Nick Foles passing attack by a 301 yards throw and two touchdowns. As it is the home-field, the Saints will have an edge over other teams throughout the Championship.

The No. 2-seed Los Angeles Rams have headed to play against the No.1 Saints in New match from Week 8 where the Saints cemented a win of 45-35. The Saints had gotten the Rams in the game earlier, but later the Rams had blown a smack to the Saints. Since this game, Rams have scaled down to 6-2 and Saints to 7-2. So, the two teams are neck to neck in the 2019 NFC championship

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How to watch Saints vs Rams live streaming online free?
Fox Sports has the broadcasting rights for covering the NFC Championship 2019 and the match between Saints and Rams is slated to begin at for 3:05 p.m. ET on 20 January.

Fox Sports live streams all the major games such as NFL, SEA Edition, Football, Premier League, Champions League, Bundesliga, Asian Football, Asian Football, AFC Champions League, AFC Cup, Motorsports, Formula 1, Combat Sports, Badminton, Basketball, WWE among others.

Football fans can watch the game live on as well as Foxsports Go. Fans can watch the replays, highlights, and previews, Scores, Schedule, Stats, and Video at Fox Sports.

Top paid subscriptions to watch Saints vs Rams live online
If you are unable to retrieve the cable connection or the participating media does not belong to your place of residence, multiple paid subscriptions platforms broadcast NFC Championship, and you subscribe to them to watch the game.

Fubo TV
Fubo TV is one of the leading platforms that broadcasts live TV content on the internet sans cable. You can watch your favourite network shows, movies, news, and sports on its assemblage of more than 80 channels. Soccer Fans have a great chance to get live action of La Liga, Premier League, Champions League, MLS, Ligue 1, Liga MX and many others leagues and tournaments. You can also get access to other sport such as NHL, NASCAR, golf, boxing, MMA, tennis, college sports, etc.

Prices for each subscriber will vary from plan to plan and the selected add-ons. E.g. the most popular method of the US will give more than 75 channels at $39.99 for the first month.

Sling TV
Don, your favourite team’s jersey, snuggle into a blanket, arrange some snackS, and you are ready for the football season as NFC Championship has begun and Sling TV will show you every moment of the game from flipping the coins to the victory touchdown.

To know about the Sling TV subscription needed to watch the game or know about the channel which will live stream the game, football buffs can use the “Game Finder” feature on Once you type the game’s name, you will see all the details including the date, time, channel and Sling TV service listed on the site.

For the NFC fans, Sling TV is offering the below subscriptions:

Sling Blue – Get a Sling Blue subscription for $25 per month and never miss the coverage of NFL Network. Additionally, customers of selected markets can also watch the games on FOX and NBC.

Sling Orange – Sling Orange subscription offers all the Monday Night Football matchups of ESPN.

NBC Sports Live
Catch Saints vs Rams live on your computer with NBC Sports Live. You can also use the NBC Sports app and live stream the match on your tablet. You will have to have a cable connection to watch NBC Sports. But if you don’t have that, then you can watch NFC championship on Fubo TV, Hulu, or Sling TV on the digital platforms of NBC by a simple signing up process.

Hulu With Live TV
Viewers can now have access to a big horde of channels as Hulu now also offers a bundle of 50-plus live TV channels, including NBC. Football fans can sign up for “Hulu with Live TV” and then watch a live stream of the game on your computer via the Hulu website or use the Hulu app to watch live streaming of Saints vs Rams on your tablet.

YouTube TV
YouTube offers live streaming of events, awards, and sports by giving access to over 45 different networks and premium channels. You will need an internet connection to watch Saints vs Rams live, and the subscription will cost you $35 per month.

Watch Saints vs Rams NFC Championship, 2019 live stream through VPN
If you don’t want to pay for live streaming services, then you can use the VPN service and hide your IP address and get access to the website which live streams the game. Some of the best VPNs to watch Rams v. Saints are Express VPN, Safe VPN, Nord VPN etc. The process to use VPN is more or less the same across different services. For e.g., if you use Safe VPN, follow the following steps.

Download and install SaferVPN to your computer or device. Run SaferVPN and connect to a server located in the US Go to your streaming platform and watch NFC football live Enjoy the game!
Watch Rams vs. Saints Live on Social Media
Social Media serves as a great platform to keep abreast of the games and not miss a single update. There are different sites that send you notifications about the action of your game.

Stay tuned to Twitter and get updates of NFC match between Rams and Saints without paying for any subscriptions. It is easy to use, and you will find all the details concerning your favourite sports.

You can get access to the live videos and pictures of the game as well as the progress of the match on Instagram and remain updated. 2019 NFC Championship’s updates will be provided on your Instagram account in a hassle-free fashion.

You can find an official page of NFC championship and follow it to get access to the details of the match on your account.

Saints vs Rams match announcers
Super Bowl at the super dome, what could be better – or so most football fanatics would think. In a matter of a few hours, the first playoffs will take place. Here is the list of some of the announcers who would report on the play by play action as it takes place on the field.

National TV (English): FOX

Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analyst), Erin Andrews, Chris Myers (sideline reporters)

National Radio (English): Westwood One (check local listings)

Announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Kurt Warner (analyst), Ed Werder (sideline reporter)

Local Radio (English): ESPN 710 AM, JACK FM, 93.1 FM

Announcers: J.B. Long (play-by-play), Maurice Jones-Drew (analyst), D’Marco Farr (sideline reporter)

Local Radio (Spanish): ESPN Deportes 1330

Announcers: Troy Santiago (play-by-play), Ricardo Lopez (analyst)

With different digital and social media echelons providing live streaming and updates of 2019 NFC Championship, there is no way you can miss the thrills of the kicks and stunts on the field of New Orleans. So, prepare yourself for some crazy moves of the players on 20 Jan.


Chiefs vs Patriots

Chiefs vs. Patriots, AFC championship game. Are you ready for some Chiefs football? Like the past two seasons, the Chiefs Wire staff will offer its weekly predictions for each Chiefs game.

Here are our picks for Kansas City’s AFC title match against the New England Patriots.When it’s your time, it’s your time. And right now, it’s Kansas City’s time.The Chiefs have a masterful head coach, the best quarterback in the NFL, a crazily talented group offensive players, and a resurgent defense that gets after the quarterback. They’re built for this moment.

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It’s not just the team either, it’s the time for the fans. The fans who have poured their time, energy, and money into supporting this franchise. The fans who’ve lived through the hardest of seasons and suffered the burden of watching other homegrown quarterbacks succeed. It’s about time they get to watch their quarterback do the same while they roar from the stands in Arrowhead Stadium.

Andy Reid’s Chiefs have played the Patriots four times and in those games they scored 41, 20, 42 and 40 points against the Patriots. Most of those games Alex Smith was the quarterback. Patrick Mahomes was only at the helm for a single game and it was his first loss ever as a member of the Chiefs.

Many would tell you, “Yeah, but Mahomes had 350 yards passing and 4 touchdowns in that game.”

You know who doesn’t care about those stats? Mahomes. When he got to Kansas City he had 13-16 record as the starter at Texas Tech. The only priority for Mahomes once he got into the NFL was winning football games. The comeback that he engineered in that Week 6 game against the Patriots, it wasn’t good enough for him because he didn’t get the win.

At the end of the day, Mahomes’ loss to the Patriots will be the biggest motivator coming into this game. Not the stakes or what lies ahead, but the fact that Mahomes wants to win. He wants to be great, and that path to greatness starts with taking out the greatest dynasty in the history of professional football on the way to the Super Bowl.

Nicolas Roesch’s pick: Chiefs win 34-30
Postseason record: 1-0
Twitter: @Nicolas_Roesch
The Chiefs’ defense hasn’t allowed more than 29 points at home in the last two seasons, while their offense has averaged 35.3 points per game this season. I have them allowing 30 in this game because, well, it’s the Patriots in the AFC championship game.

The big question for Kansas City in this game is if it is ready for this big of a stage, especially against a team that has dominated the NFL for the better part of the last two decades. For me it comes down to Andy Reid. You know he desperately wants a Super Bowl title after 20 years as a head coach.

I believe Reid will have his team sharp and focused. This game will be a shootout, but not quite of the magnitude it was in Week 6. I think the K.C. offense makes a couple more big plays than New England and the Chiefs’ defense comes up big when it matters the most.

Robert Rimpson’s pick: Patriots win 33-30
Postseason record: 1-0
Twitter: @RRimpsanity
I’m going to keep it real with you, this one is going to be close. There are so many unpredictable variables in this game that it’s hard to pin down which ones will have the greatest effect.