It was there for the taking last week. The AFC West title and a first-round bye in the playoffs were among the thresholds that would have been crossed had the Chiefs held on to a late two-touchdown lead against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Poof. All gone in a matter of minutes. But those objectives remain within the Chiefs grasp. Win out, starting Sunday night in Seattle against the Seahawks, and the Chiefs will be the AFCs top seed.
Its obvious to suggest owning the No. 1 seed is the goal. But here are some supporting numbers.
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