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American Football

Chiefs Defeat Bills, As Mahomes and Kelce Set New Playoff TDs Records

The Kansas City Chiefs came into this season as the defending Super Bowl champions, and they’re living up to the hype so far. Their latest game against the Buffalo Bills resulted in an epic victory, while Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce set new joint record for most postseason touchdowns. Sunday night’s face-off at the Highmark Stadium was as tense as it gets, but the Cheifs eventually managed to score a narrow 27-24 win over the Bills. It was a special night for the team’s star players Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, who managed to set a new record by combining for their 16th career postseason touchdown. By doing so, they broke the NFL record held by Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski for most playoff TDs for a quarterback-receiver combination, and Mahomes believes that Kelce deserves all the credit for this historic milestone. “It speaks to Travis and his work, to be able to go out there and make plays in big games. Passing anything that has Brady and Gronk in it is special. Because those are two of the greatest players,” Mahomes told the reporters post-game. The Kansas City Chiefs are now set to face the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Finals. The winner of this match will make it to the Super Bowl LVIII, where they’ll either face the Detroit Lions or San Francisco 49ers.