5 reasons the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Indianapolis Colts

The Chiefs are moving onto the AFC Championship game [Image via Jeffrey Beall/Wikimedia Commons]
The Chiefs are moving onto the AFC Championship game [Image via Jeffrey Beall/Wikimedia Commons]

The Chiefs ended what had been a massive jinx when it comes to playoff games on Saturday.

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The Kansas Chiefs managed to dominate the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday 31-13 and there were several key aspects that contributed to KC's return after a long hiatus to the AFC championship game.

1

Chiefs bottled up Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck had a fantastic comeback season in 2018. That comeback ended abruptly against a previously maligned Chiefs defense. He completed just 19 of 36 passes for 203 yards and one TD.

2

Chiefs got up early

Kansas City opened a 17-0 lead in the first half. That forced the Colts to become a one dimensional team early on. That took Marlon Mack out of the game and let the Chiefs roll to victory.

3

Surprise attack from Damien Williams

Damien Williams had three carries before December. He rushed for 100 yards exactly once all season. Then he exploded for 129 yards and a touchdown while catching five passes for 25 yards.

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