Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

NFL Playoffs: How to watch, stream Patriots vs. Chargers in Divisional Round

NFL Playoffs: How to watch, stream Patriots vs. Chargers in Divisional Round

If that doesn't get Patriots fans hype, I can't help them.

Tom Brady and the Patriots will try to earn their fourth consecutive AFC Championship berth, but is it finally Philip Rivers' year?

Two high-profile rematches with the Super Bowl on the line.

Well, Brady showed that he's still got it, proving the doubters wrong on Sunday, with 343 yards and a 77.3 percent completion percentage. But on the rare occasions when Brady did stumble, some critics chalked it up to his age, and used that as a excuse to say the Patriots dynasty is finished. He also knows how to go beyond that round, reach the Super Bowl and win there, having done so five times in eight appearances. We had a tremendous game with them here earlier. "We'll see where we are now, see where they are". If the Saints win, New Orleans will host the game.

Those would be the same Chiefs who lost to the Patriots in the regular season, albeit in a close game in Foxborough, Mass.

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But New Orleans' defense played a crucial role in its 20-14 win over Philadelphia in the divisional round on Sunday.

The divisional round of the National Football League playoffs concludes on Sunday, and we'll know which four teams have a chance to win Super Bowl LIII after two must-watch games. "Everybody thinks we don't have enough", wide receiver Phillip Dorsett said (via ESPN). Believe it or not, however, that mark was their worst in nearly a decade, and while they went undefeated at home, they also lost a pair of late-season heartbreakers and have sometimes struggled to maintain consistency in the passing game.

Kansas City (13-4) is headed for its first AFC title game in 25 years after rolling to a 31-13 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday.

"This is what we work for", Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford said.

"We know we have a lot of doubters, a lot of people saying this and that, counting us out and things like that", defensive end Trey Flowers said.

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