Two of the best quarterbacks in the league will be on display on Sunday night, when the Kansas City Chiefs visit the Seattle Seahawks.
Patrick Mahomes leads an 11-win Kansas City squad with 4,543 passing yards and 45 touchdowns. On Thursday, the Chiefs lost on a two-point conversion with four seconds remaining by a 29-28 final score versus the Chargers. Mahomes threw for 243 yards and two touchdowns in a losing effort.
Through fourteen games, Kansas City ranks first in total offense and leads the league in scoring at 35.6 points on average. Seattle counters with a defense that ranks 19th in yards allowed and surrenders 20.9 points per contest.
The Seattle Seahawks have won four of their first six home games and are currently in possession of the fifth seed in the NFC Conference standings. On Sunday, Seattle failed in an attempt to move closer to clinching a playoff spot during a 26-23 overtime loss at San Francisco. Russell Wilson threw for 237 yards and two touchdowns for the Seahawks, who gained 385 yards of total offense in defeat.
For the season, Seattle ranks 19th in total offense and averages a respectable 25.9 points per game. The Chiefs have plenty of holes on a defense that ranks 31st in yards allowed and is giving up 27.1 points on average.