Recap: Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles advance to Super Bowl LVII

Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson and Frank Schwab join forces to recap Sunday's conference championship action as the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles advance to Super Bowl LVII and the Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers fall just short. Charles and Frank unpack the events of both games and start to look ahead towards what should be a clash of titans in the Super Bowl.

Patrick Mahomes' ankle held it together just enough for him to throw for 326 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Chiefs narrowly defeated Joe Burrow and the Bengals with a game-winning field goal coming off a disastrous roughing the passer penalty from defensive end Joseph Ossai. Charles and Frank discuss how impressive this game was for Mahomes, the controversy over the officiating and how tonight may have ignited the NFL's next classic playoff rivalry akin to Manning vs. Brady.

Earlier Sunday, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles steamrolled the 49ers and their rotating cast of pass-throwers following an early injury to quarterback Brock Purdy. The duo analyze what the loss means for the 49ers, what we learned about Jalen Hurts and the Eagles and how the injury to Brock Purdy could entirely shift the 49ers' offseason plans.

00:30 - Bengals @ Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes defeats Joe Burrow and the Bengals and a new rivalry is born

19:00 - 49ers' future: How Brock Purdy's injury could affect San Francisco's offseason

29:00 - Jalen Hurts and the Eagles cruise to an easy victory: but what did we learn about them that we can take into the Super Bowl?

38:00 - Early Super Bowl Preview: How do the well-balanced Eagles match up against the top-heavy Chiefs?

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