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Twitter reacts to Chiefs' Knile Davis' 106-yard kickoff return vs Texans

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The NFL Playoffs got underway this weekend as 12 NFL teams battle it out to be one of the two teams in the historic Super Bowl 50. 

All teams will be looking to make their mark and showcase their skills to prove they have what it takes to go all the way and win the top prize in the NFL.

But not many other playoff games have started the way the Kansas City Chiefs vs Houston Texans did.


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Chiefs returner Knile Davis returned the opening kickoff 106-yards for a touchdown (which you can see down below), much to the surprise of all those in attendance at NRG Stadium and the millions watching around the world.

Once the play was over, Twitter exploded a little bit, with many people reacting to what they have just seen.

Funny enough, the Kansas City Royals started off their World Series run with a leadoff home run. Could this mean the Chiefs are also on their way to a Super Bowl victory? We'll have to wait and see.

Davis' 106-yard kickoff return is the second longest in playoff history. Only former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones has had a longer return, which was 108 yards in Super Bowl 47.

What was your reaction to Knile Davis' kickoff return? Let us know in the comments below...

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