All eyes on quarterback Patrick Mahomes as he's cleared from concussion protocol

ESPN sports analyst Adam Schefter gives insight into the upcoming football game match-up between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills.
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Transcript for All eyes on quarterback Patrick Mahomes as he's cleared from concussion protocol
in the NFL conference championships. A trip to super bowl LV is on the line. Joining us with some insight is ESPN's Adam Schefter. Adam, good morning to you. Let's jump right in here, all eyes of course on chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes now that he's out of the conscious protocol, is there still reason to be concerned about his health and performance here. Good morning, whit. I'd say this, the concussion right now doesn't seem to be as problematic and worrisome as the foot injury that he suffered last week against the Cleveland browns in which he was limping around later in game. He's cleared through concussion protocol. Hi seems to be doing okay on that end. The question is how much movement he has today and I know in speaking with the chiefs they won't know he'll respond until there's an actual pass rush at him. That will be something to watch later today, whit. What can we expect from the matchup between the chiefs and the bills in this game? Look, we know the chiefs are trying to repeat as super bowl champions, but this is the Buffalo bills here trying to get back to super bowl and win the first super bowl in franchise history. The last time they went to the super bowl and had a chance to win was back in Tampa, where the super bowl is this year, during the persian gulf war that year. This year, a different set of circumstances. Buffalo has played exceptionally well. Has a chance to beat the chiefs. We did love seeing those teary-eyed bills fans after that big game. I want to ask you about the other one. Tampa bay versus Green Bay with the homefield advantage, Tom Brady hoping to earn his tenth trip to the super bowl, what could stop him? Look, what could stop him is the hottest player in football today, the player who's going to win the most valuable player in my mind and that's Aaron Rodgers. Tom Brady is trying to write his history by going to the tenth super bowl of his career, but Aaron Rodgers is trying to get back to the super bowl for the first time in ten years. You got a clash of the all-time greatest quarterback with a quarterback who will go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, who's playing better than anybody in the league this year including the two quarterbacks in the afc championship game, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. Rodgers will have to go up against the G.O.A.T. Tom Brady. Should be a tremendous quarterback matchup. Adam, thank you so much for your time. Thank you, whit.

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