The Kansas City Chiefs are having another fantastic season.
Not only are they three games ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers for their division race, but they also are in the driver’s seat in regards to home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
However, even if the Chiefs are unable to secure this home-field advantage in the playoffs, they have proven that they have no problems with winning on the road as well.
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Over the last four NFL seasons, the Chiefs have only lost five road games, the best such mark in the NFL.
On The Road Again
So far this season, the Chiefs are 4-1 on the road, with their only loss coming against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.
That game stunned the entire league.
The Chiefs have four road games left, facing the Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, and Las Vegas Raiders.
While they might have a tough test against the Bengals, the Chiefs should be able to minimally go 3-1 in these games.
This will build upon their already impressive road record.
When looking across the league, the Chiefs score the most points on the road of any other team in the NFL.
On the season, they’re averaging 35.2 points per game on the road, a full 6.5 points ahead of the Seattle Seahawks, who average 28.5 points on the road.
The Chiefs are looking like they are yet again, the team to beat in the AFC, no matter where the game might be.