The Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs are in a good position to extend the run of the top seeds to the Super Bowl

Since 2013, 10 No. 1 seeds passed from the conference championship weekend to the NFL championship

If the Chiefs and Packers prevailed, they would be hosting the fifth Super Bowl matchup between top seeds during that time, but a newbie to the championship stage in that era and a six-time Super Bowl champion stand in their way

Both groups of conference championship contestants are intimate, which could help the Chiefs lower the Buffalo Bills for the second time. For Green Bay, the key is avoiding the mistakes it made in its regular season loss to Tom Brady and who committed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Most of the attention in the AFC Championship Game is devoted to the quarterback battle between Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen

The difference maker, however, could be the Kansas City Defense game, which limited the bills to a total of 206 yards in Week 6

The Chiefs haven’t allowed an opponent to go more than 300 yards since they faced Brady in Week 1, and their defensive starters have kept their last two opponents under 20. Kansas City played most of its backups in the 17th Week against the Los Angeles Chargers

Six of the nine teams that entered Arrowhead Stadium this season left with a maximum of 20 points, including the Houston Texans, New England Patriots and Cleveland Browns, and if the Chiefs put in another strong defensive performance, Mahomes and Co should take advantage of this and create some separation on the scoreboard

The Kansas City offensive has peaked at home after not getting more than 22 points in the last four competitions at Arrowhead Stadium, the AFC No. 1 Seed averaging 32 points in their first five home competitions

For Kansas City, a 30s or 40s score is possible based on Buffalo’s performance against playoff qualifiers

Three of the four highest point concessions of the Bills were given against playoff teams and averaged 268 points on their travels

Tampa Bay’s defense wasn’t perfect on the road either, as it allowed 20 points in eight of the ten drives from Raymond James Stadium The Buccaneers allowed 43 combined points in their first two posts of the season, and those concessions came against quarterbacks, which are currently not on the level of Aaron Rodgers

Taylor Heinicke was cast on the Washington lineup for Alex Smith’s injury and the release of Dwayne Haskins, and Drew Brees didn’t look like the old self in the Divisional Round

Rodgers plays at MVP level and has been much better since the Packers’ 38-10 loss to the Bucs in Week 6Since that competition, Rodgers has triggered three interceptions in 12 games, and has been picked up twice from the NFC south side >

The Green Bay quarterback threw three or four touchdown passes twelve times and lost effectiveness once this season at Lambeau FieldRodgers and the lack of concessions in defending Green Bay could be the perfect combination to win the NFC Win championship game

Green Bay’s final four opponents at Lambeau Field failed to reach the 20 point mark, and only one of them recorded more than 300 meters in total

If the Packers follow a similar plan on Sunday afternoon, they could head to the Super Bowl for the first time under head coach Matt LaFleur

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