Live updates from the Chiefs vs Bengals: playoff photo updates, stats, highlights, analysis as the Bengals take on the Chiefs

It was one of the best days in Cincinnati Bengals history, as Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase both set records on their way to a surprise 34-31 victory over winning Kansas City. the AFC North title for the Bengals.

Burrow completed 30 of 39 passes for 446 yards and four touchdowns. Burrow now has 34 touchdowns on the season, a mark that broke Cincinnati’s single-season touchdown record formerly held by Andy Dalton.

Chase did better at Burrow, catching 11 passes on 12 targets for 266 yards and three touchdowns. The 266 yards set a team record for receiving yards in a game while also setting an all-time rookie record. Chase became the first Hall of Fame rookie Randy Moss to record more than 150 receiving yards and three touchdowns in a game.

The numbers were even more impressive as they helped Cincinnati overcome a 21-7 deficit in the second quarter, as Kansas City scored touchdowns on four straight first-half records. The Bengals’ halftime adjustments slowed that pace down considerably, as the Chiefs only managed to score one field goal out of three second-half records.

Kansas City’s loss, combined with Tennessee’s victory over Miami, puts the Titans in the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Bengals are still in contention for the No.1 seed.

Kansas City (11-5) will travel to Denver to face the Broncos in Week 18. Cincinnati (10-6) will travel to Cleveland to end the regular season next week.

(Photo: Katie Stratman / USA Today)