The Kansas City Chiefs tallied their second victory in a row on Sunday with a dominant win over the Denver Broncos that featured touchdowns in all three phases of the game.
The Chiefs moved to 6-1 on the season with the victory – the second-best record in the NFL – and maintained their spot atop several of the various "power rankings" from around the web.
Kansas City checked in at No. 1 in NFL.com's rankings once again this week as analyst Dan Hanzus came away impressed with the Chiefs all-around performance on Sunday:
"The Chiefs can blow you out even when Patrick Mahomes plays quarterback like a mortal. Mahomes managed just one touchdown pass and 200 yards through the air, but Kansas City still hung a 40-burger on the Broncos because the team made game-changing plays in all phases of the game."
Yahoo! Sports also ranked the Chiefs in the top spot this week after Sunday's complete team victory. Here's what analyst Frank Schwab had to say about Kansas City:
"This isn't just a team that needs to outscore everyone; it can win in all ways."
Analyst Vinnie Iyer of The Sporting News agreed with that statement, ranking Kansas City atop his rankings. Here's a portion of his commentary on the Chiefs:
"The Chiefs flexed their defensive and special teams big-play ability and ran even better with Le'Veon Bell considering the tough weather in Denver. When Patrick Mahomes wins with an easy day at the office, that makes them such strong favorites to repeat."
Sports Illustrated, meanwhile, slotted the Chiefs in at No. 2 this week behind the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers, but analyst Connor Orr still had some high praise for Kansas City:
"The Chiefs, like the Cardinals, are staying in business by making themselves impossible to match up against every week. There is simply too much talent here, too much magic at the quarterback position making it all run, too many gutsy well-timed defensive plays to count this team out of any game."
Here's where the Chiefs checked in on several other "power rankings" from around the web:
ESPN: No. 2
CBS Sports: No. 2
USA Today: No. 2
Bleacher Report: No. 2