Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes (concussion) still uncertain for AFC Championship against Bills
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will remain in the concussion protocol on Tuesday, and his availability for Sunday's AFC Championship against the Buffalo Bills is up in the air.
Mahomes reportedly cleared "some big steps" on Monday but is still in the concussion protocol. According to Schefter, it is still too early to say with any certainty that Mahomes will definitely play against Buffalo.
The Chiefs are 3.0-point favorites over the Bills in Sunday's AFC Championship game. Their implied team total of 28.75 is the highest team total on this weekend's two-game slate, according to numberFire's DFS Heat Map.
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