The Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-24 on Sunday to advance to the AFC Championship game in Baltimore
Patrick Mahomes led a motivational huddle in the Chiefs locker room after they defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday
The star quarterback reminded his team that their job "ain't done" as they prepare for the AFC Championship game
Next, the Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens will compete on Jan. 28 for a spot in the Super Bowl
Patrick Mahomes is once again showing why he's a leader for the Kansas City Chiefs.
"Real quick, real quick," Mahomes said as he rallied the Chiefs in a huddle, as seen in a video shared Monday by NFL Films. “They asked for it, and they got what they asked for,” the Chiefs quarterback continued.
With the team feeling good about advancing to the next round, Mahomes reminded his team that there's more work to do if they want to defend their title of Super Bowl champions this season.
“But he said it, this s--- ain’t done. We come back next week ready to f---ing go," Mahomes told his teammates during the locker room huddle.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce joined in to pump up his teammates, shouting, "And turn it up a notch," after Mahomes ended his pep talk.
Before breaking up the session, Mahomes led a "Chiefs on 3" chant with the team.
On Sunday, Kelce, 34, caught two touchdown passes from Mahomes, bringing their total of career playoff touchdowns together to 16, surpassing New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers duo Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski’s previous NFL record of 15.
After Kelce ran a pass into the end zone during the second quarter, he formed a heart with his hands and directed the gesture toward his superstar girlfriend, Taylor Swift, and his family inside Highmark Stadium.
The tight end's older brother Jason Kelce celebrated that touchdown by taking off his shirt and yelling in excitement in the suite where their mom Donna Kelce, dad Ed Kelce and Swift were also cheering.
Jason, 36, was also seen jumping into the stands shirtless to greet booing Bills fans.
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Next, the Chiefs will face off against Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28 at M&T Bank Stadium in Maryland.
If the Chiefs win next week, they'll compete in the Super Bowl and shoot for back-to-back Lombardi Trophy wins. It would be the Chiefs' fourth trip to the championship game in the past five years, having previously won in 2020 and 2023.
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