The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, 45-10, on Sunday night to move to 6-1 on the season.
Here are 10 quick facts about the win.
1. Patrick Mahomes threw for 300 yards yet again
Mahomes surpassed 300 yards passing for a sixth-straight game on Sunday, becoming the first player to do so since the Colts' Andrew Luck in 2014. It's already the longest streak in team history, and at just 23-years-old, Mahomes is the youngest quarterback to ever put together such a stretch.
2. Mahomes found the end zone four times in the victory
Mahomes now has 22 passing touchdowns in eight-career games dating back to last season, which is significant in its own right.
The second-year quarterback's 2,507 passing yards through his first eight career games are also the most in NFL history, and as Sports Radio 810's Soren Petro points out, Mahomes is on pace for some ridiculous numbers.
3. Kareem Hunt caught a pair of touchdowns in the first half
Hunt tallied multiple touchdown receptions on Sunday for the first time since his record-shattering professional debut in Week 1 of last season against New England. He also added a touchdown on the ground early in the third quarter for his third score of the night.
It all added up to yet another strong performance on the big stage for the young halfback, who always seems to play his best under the lights.
And Hunt was carrying the ball with authority all night long, continuing a season-long trend.
Hunt leads the AFC in rushing through seven weeks, and his 595 yards from scrimmage since Week 4 leads the NFL.
4. Hunt's first touchdown capped off a 95-yard drive
The Chiefs marched 95 yards on their opening offensive series, culminating in a 6-yard scoring strike from Mahomes to Hunt. It marked Kansas City's longest touchdown drive of the season and their longest opening drive since Week 15 of the 2008 season.
The Chiefs have tallied points on their first offensive possession in every game this season (five touchdowns, two field goals).
5. The Chiefs went on to rack up their most yards of offense in over a decade
Kansas City picked up 551 yards of offense on Sunday - their most since Week 8 of the 2004 season. It marked the third-most yards by a team in the NFL this season.
That offensive success led to the Chiefs' first regular-season game without a punt since 2000 - marking just third such occurrence in franchise history. Ironically enough, punter Dustin Colquitt - who got in the game as the holder on the kicking unit - made some history of his own on Sunday with his 213th game played, which is the second-most in team history behind only Will Shields (224).
6. Ron Parker found the end zone for the first time in his career
Parker picked off Bengals' quarterback Andy Dalton on Cincinnati's first play following halftime and promptly took it 33 yards to the house.
It was the first touchdown of Parker's eight-year career, and a special one at that.
Parker is the second member of the Chiefs' defense to find the end zone this year, joining defensive end Chris Jones.
7. Speaking of Jones, the third-year defensive end got after the quarterback once again on Sunday
Jones brought down Dalton midway through the third quarter and now has a sack in three-straight games. It's the longest sack streak of Jones' brief career.
The efforts of Jones and the rest of the defense held Cincinnati - which entered the game as the No. 6 scoring offense in the NFL - to a season-low 10 points and just 239 yards of total offense.
8. The Chiefs, meanwhile, scored 30+ points for the sixth time in seven games
Kansas City has tallied at least 30 points in all but one game in 2018, tied with the Los Angeles Rams for the most such games in the NFL and already surpassing the Chiefs' total from all of last year (5).
The Chiefs' 45 points on Sunday matched the second-most Kansas City has racked up under Head Coach Andy Reid, and the most since the 2015 season.
It was also Kansas City's most convincing win in quite a while.
9. The Chiefs' scoring totals this season have added up at an unprecedented pace
The Chiefs have scored 260 points already this season, which is the most through seven games in franchise history. It bested the previous mark - set in 2002 - by 21 points.
10. It all helped Reid win his 200th career game as a head coach
Reid is now just one victory shy of matching Dan Reeves for the eighth-most in NFL history.