Patrick Mahomes' fiery message after win over Bills: 'They got what they asked for'– 

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes gave an incredible pep talk to his teammates after the Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills to go to the AFC championship game on Sunday.

Mahomes, flanked by Travis Kelce, Chris Jones, and others, agreed with coach Andy Reid that their work wasn't done yet. The Baltimore Ravens are up next.

"Hey, they asked for it, and they got what they asked for," Mahomes went on to say. "But he [Andy Reid] stated it. This s--- isn't done. We return next week, ready to f---ing go." 

Reid stated it's not time to dance just yet. To celebrate, they must first defeat the Ravens and then win the Super Bowl. The Chiefs will face their most difficult opponent yet: the Ravens.

Kansas City will need to accomplish it on the road. For the first time in franchise history, the Ravens will host a conference championship at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday night.  

Mahomes understands he has his job cut out for him. Baltimore has one of the NFL's fiercest defenses and likely MVP Lamar Jackson on offense.

"There's no weakness there," claimed the top quarterback. "It will require our best effort. Defense, offense, and special teams. They do everything. 

It's always a fun task, and that stadium will be rocking. So we're enthused about the challenge."

On Monday, Mahomes lauded the Chiefs' defense for their clutch performance against the Bills.

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