KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Down 24-0 early in the second quarter of their playoff game against the Houston Texans, the Kansas City Chiefs went on an offensive tear that rewrote NFL playoff records en route to a 51-31 victory.
The Chiefs scored touchdowns on their next seven possessions, a feat that had never been accomplished in playoff history. A field goal on the next possession gave them scores on eight straight offensive series.
The mistake-prone favorites who handed Houston a 24-point lead, silencing the sellout crowd at Arrowhead Stadium, turned the game into a laugher.
Runningback Damien Williams scored two touchdowns on the ground and one receiving.
All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce, playing on a bad knee, caught 10 passes for 134 yards and 3 touchdowns.