The Kansas City Chiefs dominated the Chicago Bears last (Sunday) night with a 26-3 win on the road.
Patrick Mahomes put up 251 yards through the air with 2 touchdowns, and one rushing touchdown.
The Chiefs advanced their record to 11-4 and maintain hold of the Number 3 seed in the AFC.
They are one game behind the No. 2 seed New England Patriots.
If Kansas City can secure a win next week against the Los Angeles Chargers and the Patriots lose to the Miami Dolphins, the Chiefs will get a first-round bye.
The St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube is making franchise history with more wins in his first 100 games than any other coach in franchise history.
Berube matched the mark last week with a win against Edmonton, and surpassed it with Saturday’s 5-2 victory in San Jose.
Berube notched his 61st victory in his 100th game as head coach.
Since taking over the Blues on November 19th in 2018, Berube has a 61-27-12 overall record.