HOUSTON, TX - JANUARY 09:  Knile Davis #34 of the Kansas City Chiefs with a 106-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Houston Texans during the first quarter of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at NRG Stadium on January 9, 2016 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

Knile Davis starts NFL playoffs with 106-yard kickoff return

Well that’s one way to open the 2015 NFL playoffs.

The Chiefs carried the momentum of their 10-game winning streak right into the postseason when Knile Davis returned the opening kickoff 106 yards for a touchdown, the second-longest kickoff return for a touchdown in NFL playoff history. Only Jacoby Jones’ 108-yard return in Super Bowl XLVII was longer.

It’s a nice way to start, and the fifth-seeded Chiefs (11-5) still led the fourth-seeded Texans (9-7) 7-0 at the end of the first quarter. Don’t expect the Chiefs to relax, however. They led the Colts 38-10 in the third quarter of a 2013 wild-card game at Indianapolis. The Colts roared back and won 45-44.

That was Andrew Luck, however. Today the Chiefs are facing Brian Hoyer and might be safe if they get a four-touchdown lead.