Help On The Way For Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are getting a major boost for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, as wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been cleared to play. With this, there's also a chance that tight end Travis Kelce could end up being permitted to play, too.

Even if it ends up just being Hill coming back, it's still quite good news for the Chiefs. Hill is having himself a very strong campaign. In 14 games thus far, he has nine touchdowns, 102 receptions and 1,178 total yards. The six-time Pro Bowler is not showing any signs of slowing down, which is spectacular news for a Chiefs team looking to win their second Super Bowl in three seasons. 

If Kelce is able to return on Sunday, Kansas City would be in even better shape. Like Hill, he's performing well this season for the Chiefs. In 14 contests, he has seven touchdowns, 83 receptions and 1,066 total yards. We will find out soon if the 32-year-old will be back with the Chiefs. 

When it comes to the playoffs, the Chiefs are safe, but a win today would help their chances of being the number one seed of the AFC immensely. A loss for the Steelers, on the hand, would not only hurt their chances of winning the AFC North, but also of securing a Wild Card spot. With all of this, this is a must-watch contest. 

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