FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady hit Rob Gronkowski with two touchdown passes and reached over the goal line for another score yesterday (SAT) to lead the New England Patriots into the AFC championship game with a 27-20 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. It's the fifth straight trip to the conference title game for the defending Super Bowl champions. The Patriots (13-4) will meet the winner of today's (SUN) game between Pittsburgh and Denver for a spot in Super Bowl 50 as they try to become the first repeat NFL champs since they did it in 2003-04. Kansas City (12-6) had won a franchise-record 11 consecutive games, including 30-0 at Houston last week in the wild-card round. But the Chiefs struggled on offense until late in the game.