In those two games, Hill combined for 14 receptions for 275 yards and four touchdowns.
Since Tyreek Hill got to the National Football League in 2016, the Kansas City Chiefs have faced the Patriots twice. In other words, Hill has completely owned the Patriots and is the key to beating them on Sunday.More news: 'United India' Rally: Can 'Mahagathbandhan' Create History?
The Patriots set themselves up for a chance to extend their lead with a short field on their second possession, driving the ball from the Chiefs' 44-yard line to set up third-and-goal from the one-yard line early in the second quarter.
Red Bridge is betting on the Chiefs and hoping Potter Road will look more like Chiefs Kingdom next week. Tune in at 6:40 pm ET for the opening kickoff of the AFC Championship game.More news: Deep Blue: Divers encounter one of the largest great white sharks
Hill has been great in his two games against New England so far, but those games weren't as meaningful as this one is. As USA Today's Andy Nesbitt put it on Thursday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady "has been to what feels like 90 Super Bowls". A good portion of the fan base wasn't alive yet and if they were alive, they weren't very old. Everybody thinks we suck and that we can't win any games.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Chiefs are 3-point favorites to beat the Patriots.More news: Police to investigate Duke's crash
While it's not expected to be as cold at Arrowhead Stadium as some of the earlier reports indicated, will the weather still impact the total for Sunday's AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs?