The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos for the 12th time in a row, winning 22-9 Sunday night.
KC (8-4) has won their last five games after a false start to the season.
Midfielder Patrick Mahomes scored his second consecutive major goal of the season to open the scoring in the first round.
Harrison Boetker then had a 56-yard long field goal to go 10-0, then another 42 yards in the third quarter to go 13-0.
In this third quarter, Mahomes suffered his 12th interception of his season, equating to the highest level of his career. He had only 11 in his previous two seasons combined.
On the fourth, Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw at Tim Patrick but Daniel Sorensen intercepted the pass and turned it back for 75 yards for a touchdown.
Mahomes scored for 184 yards and delivered an interception pass to Coca-Cola, who now leads the Chargers by one game and leads the Broncos and Raiders by two in their run for the sixth consecutive championship, the AFC Western Division.
Bridgewater was limited to 257 yards by air for the Broncos (6-6).
Jafonte Williams started the game to replace injured linebacker Melvin Gordon and had 102 yards and a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
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