Extraordinary historical fact emerges as Chiefs earn date vs Bills in AFC Championship Game
The upcoming AFC Championship game featuring the Bills and Chiefs may have already been stitched into existence by numerology.
After the Chiefs completed punched their tickets into the AFC Championship Game, a Twitter user found an extraordinary historical fact that added a rather interesting layer to the matchup set to determine who advances to the Super Bowl.
1966 pro football season:
Chiefs-Bills play for the right to play in Super Bowl I.
1993 pro football season, 27 years later:
Chiefs-Bills for the right to play in Super Bowl 28.
2020 pro football season, 27 years later:
Chiefs-Bills for the right to play in Super Bowl 55.
— Matt Zemek (@MattZemek) January 17, 2021
The Chiefs pulled out a nailbiter to complete what numerologists will consider a prophecy.
With their star quarterback out, the Chiefs found themselves up by five with 11 minutes left in the game.
They were able to get a stop but found themselves scrambling to get a first down. On a third-and-14 play with two minutes left, Chad Henne scrambled to the left and was stopped just short of a first down at the Kansas City 48-yard line. Chiefs Coach Andy Reid took the gamble of the year, and went for it on fourth down and inches. Here’s the pièce de résistance: Henne was able to hit wide receiver Tyreek Hill for five yards and a game-clinching first down.
Now the Chiefs will host the Bills for a highly anticipated AFC Championship Game.
The Bills lost to the Chiefs earlier in the season, when Buffalo didn’t let Patrick Mahomes beat them and instead allowed a pool of rushing yards.
Mahomes passed for just 225 yards but the run game totaled 245 yards as the Chiefs defeated the Bills 26-17. In this go-around, there isn’t a clear word on whether Mahomes will be available. That news should arrive later in the week.
Either way, the Chiefs-Bills game is set in stone and the numerology prophecy has been completed.