The Kansas City Chiefs dominated the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in a matchup billed to be a potential Super Bowl preview. In the win, Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones had himself a day.

Jones was seemingly everywhere on defense Sunday. He recorded 3.5 sacks, two tackles for loss, three hits on Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and tipped Prescott's pass that led to the game-sealing interception.

Jones, who has led the team in sacks for the past three seasons, leads them once again. Most of that has come during the current win streak.

The Chiefs entered the game Sunday on a 3-game winning streak, but many still doubted whether their defense was good enough for Kansas City to make a return trip to the Super Bowl. Part of that was because of who the Chiefs had beaten.

Kansas City's defense looked great lately. But that was against the New York Giants, the Green Bay Packers without Aaron Rodgers and the Las Vegas Raiders, who have been dealing with a lot of internal issues. Well, Sunday they hosted the Dallas Cowboys who had one of the league's most potent offense. It was an offense that dropped 43 points last week.

They didn't just play well, they completely shut down the Cowboys offense. They forced Dak Prescott into three turnovers, throwing two interceptions. They held Ezekiel Elliot to 32 yards rushing in the 19-9 victory.

A message was delivered to the rest of the NFL Sunday. The Chiefs are back, led by Chris Jones and this defense.