Sorry, Houston sports fans, you’re not gonna like this.

After the Houston Texans blew a 24-point lead to the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday’s AFC divisional round 51-31 loss, we got to thinking: What’s the biggest blown lead in NFL postseason history?

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Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams (26) scores a touchdown ahead of Houston Texans linebacker Jacob Martin (54) during the first half of an NFL divisional playoff football game, in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020.
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The Chiefs led the Indianapolis Colts, 31-10, at halftime in the 2014 AFC wild card. They lost 45-44.

Twenty-one points—that's not it.

There was the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI in 2017, who blew a 28-3 lead to the New England Patriots and lost 34-28 in overtime. 

Twenty-five points—nope.

It’s the 1993 Houston Oilers who hold the title.

Houston was dominating the Buffalo Bills in the AFC wild card, 35-3, in the third quarter. Then the Bills mounted a historic comeback and won 41-38 in overtime.

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At left, in a Jan. 3, 1993, file photo, Buffalo Bills cornerback Nate Odoms gets a lift from teammate Henry Jones after intercepting a pass by Warren Moon of the Houston Oilers during an overtime period of an AFC wild-card game to set up Steve Christie's game winning field goal, in Orchard Park, N.Y. At right, Bills kicker Steve Christie, right, celebrates his game-winning field goal with quarterback Frank Reich. The Bills, down 32 points, beat the Oilers 41-38.
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The game was dubbed “The Comeback.”

The Texans jumped to a 24-0 first-quarter lead against the Chiefs on Sunday before Kansas City scored 41 unanswered points.

Kansas City became one of three teams to trail by 20-plus points and go on to win by 20-plus points in the same game, according to CBS Sports.