AFC Power Rankings: Patriots stay on top

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<p>Coming in to Week 6 with the NFL’s fifth-worst pass defense, the Chiefs clearly were not ready for the Stefon Diggs show. The Minnesota Vikings’ rookie racked up 129 yards on seven catches, proving to be the Chiefs’ kryptonite on Sunday. At least Marcus Peters corralled another interception, his third of the young season; he’s an early frontrunner for Defensive Rookie of the Year.</p> <p>The Chiefs are currently looking up at the rest of the AFC West, and thing won’t get any easier next week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It doesn’t matter that Ben Roethlisberger might not play; the Steelers’ aerial attack will make short work of the Chiefs at Arrowhead.</p>. AFC West. 1-5. Kansas City Chiefs. 15. player. 124

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