The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Miami Dolphins 33-27 on Sunday to extend their AFC West Championship streak to five.
The majors defeated the Denver Broncos last week to gain a playoff berth. His next regular season goal is to secure the AFC’s No. 1 playoff seed and first-round postson buy.
The 11-1 Pittsburgh Steelers are batting for the top seed of the 12-major AFC.
The majors, who began in 1960 as the Dallas Texans of the AFL, did not win back-to-back division championships until the current streak, which began in 2016.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes recovered from a tough start – in which he threw a pair of interceptions in the first quarter – to lead the win. He threw his third interception in the fourth quarter, but the Chiefs were successful in stopping the Dolphins’ attack.
In the end, Mahomes threw for 393 yards and two touchdowns. It was his sixth straight game with at least 315 yards, tying an NFL record held by Drew Breeze and Rich Gannon.