Chiefs stars Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce made NFL history in win vs. Bill

On Sunday night, the Kansas City Chiefs relied on Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce's connection to score points against the Buffalo Bills in the AFC playoff divisional round.

While the game was ultimately decided by an inopportune missed field goal by Bills kicker Tyler Bass in the waning minutes,

Mahomes and Kelce combined for nearly half of Kansas City's 27 offensive points.Mahomes hit Kelce in the end zone twice in the game, 

putting the tandem in the NFL record books as the quarterback-receiver duo with the most postseason touchdown connections in league history (16).

While Bass' devastating miss may have tainted the game's outcome in the eyes of some fans, 

Kansas City's outstanding quarterback-receiver duo has produced incredible history that will not be forgotten anytime soon.

This incredible feat only took the dynamic duo six years to accomplish,

and with the AFC Championship Game approaching, Mahomes and Kelce may be destined to add to their totals.

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