Patrick Mahomes Ready to Take On AFC Championship Game Despite Ankle Injury

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is ready to go for Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Mahomes, who suffered an ankle injury in the Divisional Round, said he is “ready to go” for the title game.

Head coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs have been optimistic that Mahomes would be able to play. On Wednesday, the team released an update on the quarterback’s injury, saying he was progressing well.

Reid and other Chiefs players spoke to the media on Thursday, expressing confidence in Mahomes’ ability to play on Sunday.

“He looks good. He’s getting better every day,” Reid said. “He’s a tough kid. He’s ready to go.”

Reid also said that Mahomes’ ankle injury isn’t likely to be an issue during the game.

“He’s a tough kid,” Reid said. “He’s got a lot of confidence in himself, and he’s ready to go.”

Mahomes himself said he is feeling good and is ready to take the field on Sunday.

“I’m feeling good,” Mahomes said. “I’m ready to go.”

The Chiefs and the Bengals will face off in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, with the winner advancing to the Super Bowl.