The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs will meet in the AFC Championship for the second year in a row as the two clubs represent the conference in Super Bowl LVII.
The Bengals and Chiefs are still the creams of the AFC crop after 17 games and two weeks of NFL postseason action.
The meeting between the division champions on Sunday will be a rare replay of their championship clash from the previous season.
However, in their past three meetings, the Bengals have proven to be the Chiefs' kryptonite, defeating them three times in a row.
As a result, Kansas City will be as fired up as ever to make it to the Super Bowl for the third time in four years.
The Kansas City defense made the first significant impact in the AFC Group ship game when Buddy Clark sacked Joe Burrow for a nine-yard loss.
Remember that Cincinnati is without two starters on the offensive line, including left tackle Jonah Wims. It's a sight to behold.
The defense in Kansas City didn't end there. Following Harrison Butker's field goal, the Chiefs scored on two consecutive plays, the final of which came on a fourth-and-long from Chris Jones.
Harrison Butker make a game-winning field goal with the game and a trip to the Super Bowl on the line, sending Kansas City to their third NFL Championship Game appearance in four seasons.