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Locked on Chiefs - Keys to the KC playoff scenarios
Justin Houston

Locked on Chiefs - Keys to the KC playoff scenarios

Updated Mar. 4, 2020 11:38 p.m. ET

The Chiefs got some good injury news on Wednesday

Spencer Ware and Phillip Gaines practiced even if it was limited. Justin Houston did not practice and I don’t think that’s a major issue headed into a game that isn’t determining whether or not you make the playoffs. Seeding would help Kansas City but since it isn’t all in their hands rushing Houston back now is not a move that needs to be made.

Kansas City could end up being a 2, 5, or 6 seed depending on how Sunday’s action plays out. If Kansas City wins they will be a 2 or a 5 seed. Oakland would have to lose to a Denver team in Denver which is possible after Derek Carr’s broken fibula last Sunday in Oakland. If the Chiefs lose they will be at best a 5th seed and possibly the 6th seed. If Miami finds a way to beat New England on Sunday, Kansas City would be headed to Pittsburgh as the 6th seed instead of to Houston as the 5th.

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