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Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Joe Phillips (75) brings down Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon (1) despite the blocking of guard Doug Dawson (66) during the AFC Divisional Playoff, a 28-20 victory over the Houston Oilers on January 16, 1994, at the Houston Astrodome in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Mark Brettingen/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

16. Chiefs beat Oilers in Divisional round (1993)

In 1993, the Houston Oilers were widely looked upon as the finest team in the National Football League. Expected to compete with the Buffalo Bills out of the gate for the AFC title, Houston started the season 1-4 and benched future Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon. However, Moon would get his job back and the Oilers would win 11 straight to close the regular season, earning the second seed.

After the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in a dramatic AFC Wild Card game, its next challenge was the Oilers in the Astrodome. The Chiefs were seven-point underdogs and looked like it early, with Kansas City falling behind 10-0 at halftime. Yet, Kansas City and quarterback Joe Montana showed poise.

In the second half, the Chiefs would close to a 10-7 deficit going into the fourth quarter. After a Montana interception and subsequent Al Del Greco field goal, Kansas City would explode for two quick touchdowns. After Houston made it 21-20 in favor of the Chiefs, Kansas City would put the game out of reach with a Marcus Allen touchdown run.

Kansas City earned the 28-20 upset and went to Buffalo for the right to play in the Super Bowl. To this day, it is the last postseason win for the franchise.

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