Kansas City strolled past Cleveland with points to spare on Sunday, taking the game 37-21.
The match started off well for Kansas City, whose offense put up 21 first-half points. Cleveland wasn't quite able to keep up, scoring 15 to make it 21-15 heading into the break. The offense for Kansas City continued to do well in the second half, scoring another 16 points to put the game away.
Patrick Mahomes was the offensive standout of the match for Kansas City, as he passed for 375 yards and 3 touchdowns. Patrick Mahomes has been one of their standout athletes in their past nine games. Travis Kelce also deserves a shout-out for his two TDs.
Kansas City's win brought them up to 8-1. The loss dropped Cleveland's record to 2-6-1.
Kansas City will look to defend their home turf next week against Arizona at 2:00 p.m. Those two teams seek to continue their momentum from their previous wins. Cleveland will stay at home against Atlanta at 2:00 p.m. Cleveland stagger into the contest hobbled by four consecutive losses while Atlanta skip in buoyed by three consecutive wins.