Washington. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as his Kansas City Chiefs earned their eighth straight NFL playoff berth.
Jerrick McKinnon’s 26-yard touchdown run in overtime gave Kansas City a 30–24 victory over the Texans in Houston for their seventh straight AFC West title.
Mahomes finished the game with 336 yards with no interceptions and made a comeback in the second half.
The Chiefs (11–3) joined Philadelphia, San Francisco, Buffalo and Minnesota with a playoff ticket, which was also joined by the Dallas Cowboys despite a 34–40 loss to Jacksonville, though the pass was received with the Giants on the night. was. 20–12 win over Washington.
Meanwhile, NL North leader Philadelphia improved its league record to 13–1 with a 25–20 victory over Chicago.
Bears offensive lineman Taven Jenkins was taken to the hospital with a neck injury after being hurt in the first quarter.
“I was receptive. We could see him moving his hands,” said coach Matt Eberflus. “Again, I don’t know much beyond that. They only told me it was encouraging. For now that’s the only information I have from the medical staff”.
New Orleans visited Atlanta 21–18, while Pittsburgh beat Carolina 24–16 in a matchup of clubs with losing records.
Other results: Detroit 20-17 Jets, Cincinnati 34-23 Tampa Bay, Denver 24-15 Arizona, Raiders 30-24 New England, Chargers 17-14 Tennessee.