Bengals vs. Chiefs: Who has the edge on offense?

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Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
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The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs took the long and arduous road to get here.

For the Chiefs, they may have blown the doors off the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card Game but they had an incredibly difficult time against the Buffalo Bills. If it weren’t for the audacious play of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs would be watching from the comfort of their homes as opposed to continuing their run.

The Cincinnati Bengals, alternatively, were never supposed to be here. They fought through a murderous regular-season schedule before fighting their way to the AFC Championship Game, thanks to wins over the Las Vegas Raiders and Tennessee Titans.

With both teams set to square off, who should feel the most confident in their offense when they saunter onto the field this Sunday afternoon? To help break things down, we’ve roped off each positional group and juxtaposed them.

In total, we’ll be taking a look at the quarterbacks, running attack, offensive line, and receiving core of each.

So, after our careful analysis, who has the edge?