The Patriots claimed the second seed in the AFC by winning the AFC East, while the Chiefs won their tie-breaker with the Los Angeles Chargers and took the No. 1 seed by clinching the AFC West. The Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints 26-23 on Sunday. A five-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time All-Pro, Berry's presence will be felt in the secondary as the Chiefs attempt to slow down quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots' eighth-ranked passing offense. When these teams met in Week 6, the Chiefs sacked Brady twice, but he still threw for 340 yards and a touchdown in a 43-40 Patriots win.
This is just the news the Chiefs fan base needed to hear. They had no answer for Mahomes or the speedy Tyreek Hill, who torched the Patriots secondary for 140 yards and two touchdowns.
A survey conducted by SB Nation also showed - as the site said - that "everyone hates the Patriots", with 69 percent of respondents naming New England as the team they "most want to lose this weekend". But the weather is now expected to be 22 degrees at kickoff.
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In attendance at the burial grounds were the Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Kwaku Baako and Anas Aremeyaw Anas. Ranting and shouting into the camera, Agyapong said: "That boy (Ahmed-Hussein) that's very risky , he lives here in Madina".
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The Queen's consort still drives himself around Sandringham and Windsor Castle and is known to prefer the Land Rover Freelander 2. A nine-month-old baby boy was also in the Kia involved in the crash with the duke's Land Rover just before 3pm on Thursday.
An uncommon Tom Brady turnover prevented the Patriots from taking a big early lead against the Chiefs. "It'll be a good game". We played them earlier this year.
Online site SportsBetting.ag studied Twitter hashtag usage to gauge public interest in the weekend's upcoming games, and found that an overwhelming majority of the country - essentially, everyone outside of the New England states and MI - want to see the Patriots go down.