Chiefs in charge and Steelers steal win in NFL wildcard round

Chiefs in charge and Steelers steal win in NFL wildcard round
Can you see sexy scenario in the NFL these days:

Kansas City won the first and heads of NFL play outside of their game since 1994 with a 30-0 demolition of Houston, Texas in the wild card round.






This is the atheist tenth win on the spin and put the tie against defending champion Super Bowl New England Patriots next week.
Knile Davis was a 106-yard kickoff return landing in the opening seconds, the second longest in the post-season NHL history and laid the foundations for success.
Alex Smith threw a decline in the third quarter and completed five road yard Spencer Ware before landing in fourth place.
"We wanted to come in and dominate," said the heads of the safety Eric Berry. "Now we take care of ready for next week."
There was late drama in the other Saturday game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, Steelers, who won 18-16.
Chris Boswell began field goal in the last 15 seconds, which came after a fumble sudden Jeremy Hill, to reach a first playoff win since 2010.
The Bengals thought they had won after the interval AJ Green scored the go-ahead score to lead 16-15 and the Bengals back Vontaze Burfict then intercepted a pass Landry Jones.

But Hill fumble proved costly and allowed Boswell to kick for glory, setting up a clash with the Denver Broncos next weekend.