Those are the thoughts of former Arsenal striker-turned-pundit Ian Wright.
Antonio Conte's men lead the Gunners by eight points at the top of the table with 22 games played.
Chelsea went on a 13-match winning streak before Tottenham put a stop to them breaking a Premier League record earlier this month.
Their next two league matches sees them take on Liverpool and Arsenal, and Wright reckons even if they avoid defeat it would be foolish to say they'll definitely be lifting the trophy come May.
"It would be easy to say Chelsea will have the title wrapped up if they avoid defeat against Liverpool and Arsenal in their next two league matches," Wright told The Sun.
Antonio Conte's Chelsea lead the way at the top
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You cannot imagine the Blues losing at home to Swansea or needing to rely on an outrageous penalty eight minutes into stoppage time to see off a Burnley team that has picked up only one away point all season — like Liverpool and Arsenal did at the weeke
"But it would also be a pretty ridiculous assumption to make.
"Chelsea don’t look like slipping up at the moment. And with the exception of Tottenham, the chasing pack are not exactly doing much to make Antonio Conte look anxiously over his shoulder.
"But we’ve seen 12-point leads overturned in previous seasons and I would never accept that the title is done and dusted in January — or four days into February in this case.
"Whatever happens in the next two weeks, I still expect a few twists and turns. But Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City have to become a lot more consistent if they want to put the squeeze on Chelsea."
Wright believes Chelsea won't slip up or make wins hard work against lower league sides either, where their rivals have done so far this season.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal trail Chelsea by eight points
Arsenal left it late to record a 2-1 win over Burnley on Saturday, while Liverpool suffered a shock defeat at home to Swansea the following day.
He added: "You cannot imagine the Blues losing at home to Swansea or needing to rely on an outrageous penalty eight minutes into stoppage time to see off a Burnley team that has picked up only one away point all season — like Liverpool and Arsenal did at the weekend.
"There is an intensity and a belief about them you don’t see enough of from their title rivals.
"While Liverpool, Arsenal and City struggle to break down well-organised teams from the bottom end of the division, you always get the feeling Chelsea will find a way.
"So yes, Chelsea are in pole position and deserve to be seen as overwhelming title favourites. But almost over the finish line? No, not by a long way."