Can the Kansas City Chiefs do the impossible?

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Dec 27, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid watches against the Cleveland Browns in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 17-13. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

For anyone who has been following the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2015 season, you may have experienced a plethora of emotions. You might have felt fear, anger, and sadness; especially at the beginning of the season. The emotions in the other half you may have experienced however are hope, belief, joy, amazement.

The entire team has made the impossible turnaround that no one saw coming. They have gone from a record of 1-5, to winning nine straight games and making the playoffs: something unheard of for a team that was dead in the water. But, the Chiefs did it. They took what would kill most teams and made the impossible, possible.

As it stands right now the Chiefs are in the postseason for the first team since 2013. They even have the opportunity to win the AFC West, a feat not accomplished since 2010 B.M., or Before Manning. If Denver loses this coming Sunday vs. San Diego, and the Chiefs win against the Oakland Raiders, they, not the Broncos, will be crowned kings of the West.

So, the biggest question remains, can they do it? Can they complete and break the streak of consecutive games won by this team? What will that mean for the 2015 postseason?

Next: What lies ahead...