Kansas City’s premier AFC title game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday is “likely” to take back Clyde Edwards-Hellaire, according to this ESPN’s Adam schefter.
Mainly there is the possibility that Clyde Edwards-Hellaire will return, but Buffell Bills stay for today’s AFC Championship game without Le’Veon Bell, per source.
Additionally, Chief WR Sammy Watkins will test the pregame, but will not be optimistic about what he will play today.
After Adam Adam (@AdamSchefter) January 24, 2021
Edwards-Helier is officially Doubtful He faced off against the New Orleans Saints in Week 15 when he entered the game due to a high-ankle sprain. Veteran backup Le’Veon Bell – also Doubtful – He is expected to miss the game on Wednesday after suffering a knee injury. With Bell sidelined, the chiefs are expected to primarily use a combination of Edwards-Hallaire and Darrell Williams against the Bills.
Wide receiver Sammy Watkins, whoever Doubtful, Is a game-time decision due to his calf injury. Watkins led the majors in the receiving postseason in both 2018 and 2019. The majors should use a combination of Maycol Hardman, Demarcus Robinson, and Byron Pringle. Watkins should miss his second straight playoff game (divisional round snap analysis).
Cornerback Bashad Brightland approved the concussion protocol on Saturday and will play against the Bills.
The Chief Minister plays the bill for the right to represent the AFC in Super Bowl LV at 5:40 pm Arrowed Time.