Sports Final: Patriots Dismantle Chargers To Advance To AFC Championship Vs. Chiefs
Steve Burton welcomed Mike Reiss and Christian Fauria onto Sunday night's Sports Final to break down New England's big divisional round win over the Chargers, and look ahead to next weekend's AFC Championship Game in Kansas City.

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