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NFL Divisional Round: What happened in the last regular season game between the Jaguars and Chiefs?

As the Jaguars and Chiefs get ready to face it out at Arrowhead Stadium, we look at their last regular season game

Bills y Chiefs jugarían en el Mercedes Benz Stadium de Atlanta en caso de llegar a la final de la AFC
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The Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs starts this Saturday when AFC teams No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs host the No. 4 Jacksonville Jaguars.

Last week, the Jaguars pulled off one of the NFL’s biggest-ever comebacks to beat the Los Angeles Chargers in the Wild Card Weekend. They have never won a Super Bowl and will hold tightly to the match, but the Chiefs will be a much tougher matchup on the road than the Chargers.

Kansas City has the best offense in the League right now, with a powerful presence of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce in the lineup. They won their last Super Bowl in just 2019 are the No. 1 seed in the AFC for the third time in five seasons.

The last time the two teams met in the regular season, Mahomes threw for 331 yards with touchdown passes to four different receivers, and the Chiefs’ offense piled up almost 500 yards in a 27-17 victory over the Jaguars.


Jacksonville became the first franchise in five years to recover an onside kick to open the game, but their offense wasted the opportunity, along with several more. The Chiefs punted five times and missed a field goal on their first six possessions.

Trying to become the third quarterback in NFL history, Mahomes had three straight 400-yard passing games, 191 by halftime.

The Divisional Round game between the Jaguars and Chiefs kicks off this Saturday, January 21 from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO at 4:30 p.m. ET.