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The Kansas City Chiefs had everything going for them heading into their AFC Divisional Playoff game at home against the Houston Texans on Sunday.

A win here would set up Kansas City hosting the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game following Tennessee’s upset win over Baltimore Saturday night.

It did not start out too swimmingly. That included Kansas City forgetting to cover Kenny Stills on a 54-yard touchdown to open the game.

Mere minutes, later the Chiefs had a punt blocked and returned for a touchdown.

That’s two touchdowns in under two minutes. And it led to Kansas City getting the Twitter treatment.

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