Justin Watson (illness) won't play for Chiefs in AFC Championship Game
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Justin Watson will not play Sunday in the AFC Championship Game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
What It Means:
Watson is dealing with a non-COVID illness. As a result, he has been ruled out for the AFC title game with the Super Bowl on the line.
In 5 games this season, Watson has 15 catches on 34 targets for 315 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Source: Kansas City Chiefs
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