Patrick Mahomes Ready to Take on AFC Title Game Despite Ankle Injury

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is ready to go for the AFC Championship game against the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday despite an ankle injury. Mahomes, along with head coach Andy Reid and other members of the Chiefs, spoke to the media on Wednesday about the injury and the upcoming game.

Mahomes said he was feeling good and was ready to go for the game. He also said that he had been taking it day by day and that the team was taking precautions to make sure he was healthy for the game.

Reid also spoke to the media, saying that Mahomes had been practicing this week and that he had been doing well. He said that the team was taking it slow and that Mahomes had been doing a good job of taking care of his ankle.

The Chiefs have been monitoring Mahomes’ ankle closely and are confident that he will be ready to go on Sunday. Mahomes said that he was feeling good and that the ankle was feeling better each day, but that it was still a bit sore.

Mahomes and the Chiefs are hoping that the ankle injury won’t affect their performance in the AFC Championship game. They are looking to make it to the Super Bowl and Mahomes is confident that he will be able to play at his highest level.