What we learned in Kansas City Chiefs’ win vs Falcons – Home field advantage!
For the second time in three years, the Chiefs have the No. 1 seed in the playoffs. It was even more important for the Chiefs to get the top seed this year, though, as only the No. 1 seed in each conference gets a first-round bye and the Chiefs definitely wanted that bye.
Chiefs fans were also closely watching the Steelers/Colts matchup, as a Steelers loss would have also given KC the No. 1 seed. Younghoe Koo missing the field goal at the end of regulation took a lot of frustration out of the situation because had he made it and the Chiefs lost in overtime, they’d have had to wait another week to clinch the top spot due to Pittsburgh winning.
What we learned in Kansas City Chiefs’ win vs Falcons – Kelce makes history
There wasn’t a ton to like about this game, but one beaming bright spot was Travis Kelce, who made history. Kelce is the first-ever tight end with multiple 100+ reception seasons and this should be yet another reason why he wins Offensive Player of the Year.
There’s not a whole lot else to say about this, but it was noteworthy for sure. Kelce is the best at the tight end position and he continues to prove why on a weekly basis.