The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 23-7 Sunday.
Jamaal Charles ran for 106 yards and the game's first score, but the Kansas City Chiefs didn't do much the rest of the way. Instead, Andrew Luck threw for 241 yards, and Donald Brown scored touchdowns on the ground and through the air as the Indianapolis Colts scored the game's final 23 points.
Alex Smith threw for 153 yards, but fumbled once and threw 2 interceptions after throwing just six interceptions his first 14 games. Knile Davis also fumbled the ball away for Kansas City. Coach Reid hopes his team learns from this game.
The Chiefs close out the regular season next Sunday at San Diego.
The Chiefs Loss allowed the Denver Broncos to seal up the AFC West with a 37-13 win over Houston. Peyton Manning set an NFL record with 51 touchdown passes in a season. He threw four as the Broncos (12-3) handed Houston its 13th straight loss. Manning broke the mark of 50 set by Tom Brady in 2007.
New England clinced the AFC East with a 41-7 win over Baltimore.
Cincinnati clinched the AFC North with a 42-14 win over Minnesota.
Kansas City is assured of one AFC wild-card spot. Defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore, Miami and San Diego are tied for the other slot.
In the NFC only the Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers have clinched play-off spots.
Carolina clinched a spot with a 17-13 win over New Orleans.
No division Championships have been clinched.
Arizona kept Seattle from Clinching the NFC West with a 17-10 win over the Seahawks.
The Chicago Bears missed a chance to seal a play-off spot with a 54-11 loss at Philadelphia on Sunday night. Now, they'll host Green Bay next Sunday -- the winner takes the NFC North, the loser is done.
The Dallas Cowboys will host the Philadelphia Eagles next Sunday night, the winner is the NFC East Champion and loser goes home. Sunday Dallas defeated Washington 24-23.
San Francisco can clinch a playoff spot with a win against visiting Atlanta Monday night.
The 49ers, New Orleans and Arizona are competing for the last two NFC playoff slots.