The Kansas City Chiefs seem to have a thing for comebacks. Last week in the AFC Divisional Round the Chiefs rallied from a 20 point deficit to defeat the Houston Texans. On Sunday, they found themselves in a similar predicament. The Titans had an early 10 point lead before the Chiefs offense finally got in rhythm and proceeded to score 21 points in the the first half. The second half saw more of the same as the Kansas City offense racked up 35 points. Chiefs Maven Matt Derrick recaps the Chiefs impression offensive showing as they beat the Titans 35-24 to advance to their first Super Bowl since 1970.
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