The Kansas City Chiefs are currently playing the Cincinnati Bengals in what could be one of the best games that football has seen in a long time.

Both of these teams have two of the best offenses in the league in recent memory, and on Sunday, they’ll try to recreate that and give the fans everything they want.

Patrick Mahomes connected with Tyreek Hill for a touchdown, giving Kansas City a 7-0 lead.

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Tyreek Hills’ touchdown, according to ESPN stats and info, is a positive indication for Kansas City. The Chiefs have won 21 straight games, including the playoffs, in which he has a receiving touchdown. If Kansas City was to win, he’ll pass Michael Irvin and Paul Warfield for the third-longest streak in NFL history.

Kansas City will aim to keep this streak alive and return to another Super Bowl. Being a tough Cincinnati Bengals squad won’t be easy, but as everyone knows, the Chiefs have one of the top offenses in the game’s history, and they’ve been here before. They know precisely what it takes to win in games like these, and that’s exactly what they’ll be looking for on Sunday.

They’ll need Patrick Mahomes to keep creating plays for his team and putting guys like Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce in good positions. If Kansas City can continue to score at a high pace, they have a decent chance of winning and making it to the Super Bowl.