(KANSAS CITY, Mo.)— The Kansas City Chiefs will be in the postseason for the fifth time is six seasons with the team's 27-24 overtime victory against Baltimore Sunday.
The Chiefs have been in the playoffs every year except for 2014 during Andy Reid's tenure as head coach.
Kansas City sits at 11-2— a game ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC West.
With Patriots' and Texans' losses Sunday, the Chiefs improved their lead for the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs.
The Chiefs hosts Los Anglese Thursday night.
- Chiefs secure playoff spot with win over Ravens Sunday
- Chiefs still have upper hand for playoffs
- Chiefs ready to snap playoff losing skid
- Ravens advance to NAIA semi-final rounds in football
- Chiefs nab 1st round bye, host throughout AFC playoffs
- Chiefs win thriller in OT
- Chiefs RB West doesn't practice Sunday, out with concussion
- Northwest football earns 6-seed in regional playoffs
- Mahomes throws six touchdowns in Chiefs win over Steelers
- Chiefs roll over Bengals in 45-10 win at home