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There are three teams that have a shot at winning the division crown here. The Kansas City Chiefs (9-5), the San Diego Chargers (8-6) and the Oakland Raiders (7-7) are all locked in an exciting race for the AFC West title.
If the Chiefs win their final two games (against the Tennessee Titans and the Oakland Raiders), they would win the division because they have the better record. If the Chargers win their final two games (against the Cincinnati Bengals and the Denver Broncos) and the Chiefs lose both of their final games, then the Chargers would win the division.
If the Chiefs lost one game and the Chargers won both of their final games (they would be tied with 10 wins a piece), we would then go to which team has the better division record. That would depend on which game these two teams lost. If they both won their game against their division opponents, that would leave them tied. If one team lost to a division opponent and the other won, then that team would win the division.
If the Chargers and Chiefs both lose to a division opponent or win as outlined above, then it would come down to which team had a better record against common opponents.
If the Chargers and the Chiefs both lost their final two games, and the Raiders won their final two games, then Oakland would win the division.