The Cincinnati Bengals play the Kansas City Chiefs at 3 p.m. Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
The winner will advance to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles to play either the Los Angeles Rams or the San Francisco 49ers.
The Chiefs are trying to reach the Super Bowl before the third-straight year. In February of 2020, Kansas City won its second Super Bowl ever when they beat the 49ers. But the Chiefs lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a year ago.
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The franchise is 2-0 in AFC Championship Games.
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And if the Bengals are to make it 3-0, they'll need the "Big Play Bengals" moniker to hold up against the high-powered Chiefs offense led by Patrick Mahomes.
Here's who starts for the Bengals offense.
Bengals quarterback: Joe Burrow
Burrow is the leader of the Bengals and the face of the franchise. He is the first quarterback ever taken No.1 overall in the draft to led his team to the AFC Championship in his first two seasons.
Backup: Brandon Allen.
The Bengals offensive line
Left tackle: Jonah Williams
Left guard: Quinton Spain
Center: Trey Hopkins
Right guard: Hakeem Adeniji
Right tackle: Isaiah Prince
No unit has been under the microscope quite like the Bengals offensive line has in 2021. The Bengals allowed 51 sacks in the regular season and the Tennessee Titans had nine sacks against the Bengals last week.
Some of those sacks shouldn't be completely pinned on a line that blocks for more empty sets (five wide outs and no running back in the backfield) than anyone in the league, but it's been a problem all year.
Riley Reiff started most the season at right tackle before the veteran was placed on injured reserve. Isaiah Prince took his place.
At right guard, Adeniji has been the starter for most of the second half of the season following injuries to Xavier Su'a-Filo and inconsistent play from 2021 second-round pick Jackson Carman.
Bengals tight end: C.J. Uzomah
The pending free agent is one of the longest-tenured Bengals on the roster and had one of his best seasons in his seventh year. He caught 49 passes for 493 yards and five touchdowns.
Backup: Drew Sample
Bengals running back Joe Mixon
The Pro Bowl running back finished near the top of the NFL in rushing yards in his first season as a true every down running back. Mixon rushed for 1,205 yards and 13 touchdowns and averaged 4.1 yards per carry. He also had 42 receptions and three more touchdowns on 171 yards.
Mixon is often lined outside or taken off the field in some obvious passing situations and replaced by Samaje Perine, Mixon's former college teammate at Oklahoma. Perine, along with the tight ends, has served as the Bengals blocking back for a team that has no true fullback.
Backup: Samaje Perine, Chris Evans (no, not Captain America Chris Evans).
Bengals receivers: Tee Higgins, Ja'Marr Chase, Tyler Boyd
The Bengals start three wide outs and they may be the best group in the NFL.
Ja'Marr "Les Miles said I couldn't play receiver" Chase is the favorite to win NFL Rookie of the Year and was second team All-Pro this season. He had 81 catches for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns. He averaged 18 yards per catch.
Higgins missed several games with an injury and still finished with more than 1,000 yards receiving (1,091) and 74 catches with six touchdowns.
Boyd is in his sixth season and is one of the league's best slot receivers. He finished with 828 yards, five touchdowns and 67 catches.
Backups: Mike Thomas, Trenton Irwin, Stanley Morgan
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Here's the playoff schedule this week:
Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs, 3 p.m. Sunday on CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams, 6:30 p.m. Sunday on Fox
Cincinnati Bengals 2021schedule
Week 1: Bengals 27, Minnesota Vikings 24
Week 2: Chicago Bears 20, Bengals 17
Week 3: Bengals 24, Steelers 10
Week 4: Bengals 24, Jacksonville Jaguars 21
Week 5: Green Bay Packers 25, Bengals 22
Week 6: Bengals 34, Detroit Lions 11
Week 7: Bengals 41, Baltimore Ravens 17
Week 8: New York Jets 34, Bengals 31
Week 9: Cleveland Browns 41, Bengals 16
Week 11: Bengals 32, Raiders 13
Week 12: Bengals 41, Steelers 10
Week 13: Los Angeles Chargers 41, Bengals 22
Week 14: San Francisco 49ers 26, Bengals 23
Week 15: Bengals 15, Denver Broncos 10
Week 16: Bengals 41, Ravens 21
Week 17: Bengals 34, Kansas City Chiefs 31
Week 18: Browns 21, Bengals 16
Wild-card round: Bengals 26, Raiders 19
Divisional round: Bengals 19, Tennessee Titans 16
AFC Championship Game: Bengals at Chiefs, 3 p.m. Sunday in Kansas City
This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Bengals starters on offense in AFC Championship game