Game day for Kansas City Chiefs fans all over
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Sunday 2 p.m. the AFC championship game is at Arrowhead against the Bengals.
Even though the stadium is packed the countless fans will be getting ready and watching their own ways.
Above the city Saturday night 180 drones created, “One AMAZING show of Chiefs pride!” the Union Station stated online. The Kansas City Chiefs partnered with Image Engineering as the drones in perfect synchronicity put on a show. Full drone shows Sunday about 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., weather permitting.
Clay County Sheriff’s office shared a pic of their narcotics K9 stating, “K9 Kratos is waiting for today’s big game to start! GO CHIEFS!!”
Morning Grit Farms found Jasper the mini-donkey all ready for the game! “🏈 I can’t pinpoint exactly why, but Jasper is a HUGE Mahomes fan! I think it’s the hair. 🤷♀️😆”
“From the pilots who will be flying over Arrowhead Stadium today to the maintainers who launched the jets, we are so incredibly proud to represent the 442d Fighter Wing today in the #afcchampionship game where the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Cincinnati Bengals today at 2:05 p.m.” — 442nd Fighter Wing based at Whiteman Air Force Base
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