Locked on Chiefs: K.C. clinches playoff spot, AFC West title


We talk about the Chiefs win and clinching the division title against the Miami Dolphins on Christmas Eve.


Kansas City Chiefs

came out and took care of business on Christmas Eve in cold weather at Arrowhead. The Chiefs jumped out to an early lead and then were able to

slow down the Dolphins

offense in the second half. Kansas City is the

AFC West champion for the second consecutive year

for only the first time in Chiefs history.

The Chiefs offense also hit a big milestone with Travis Kelce catching the ball to put him over 1,000 yards receiving on the year. With his 41 yards for the day Kelce went over 1,000 yards for the second straight season. It made Kansas City the 5th team in NFL history to have a 1,000 yard rusher (Hunt), a 1,000 yard receiver (Hill) and a 1,000 yard tight end with at least a 3,000 yard passer. Smith would continue his big play ability throughout the game and ended up going for over 300 yards. With his 300 yard game he becomes the 5th Chiefs QB to pass for 4,000 yards in a single season.

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The Chiefs defense struggled in the first half with tackling. The lone TD for the Dolphins came on a 63 yard reception by Grant. Grant caught a short pass and was hit by both Ragland and Parker. Both of them lost their grip on him and he galloped down the field for the TD. The Dolphins were able to move the ball well in the first half but turnovers ended up doing them in. Kansas City forced two fumbles on the day and killed the Dolphins best drives of the day. Kansas City will now be waiting to see who they will play in two weeks with nothing to play for next week.

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