Okay, it wasn't that "EPIC" but in a year of low expectations, the glorified pick-up basketball game proved to be a worthy distraction from all of the overwrought talk about the future of "Democracy" and disappointing Thanksgiving plans.
And, yes, the massage was the "star" of the game . . .
Here's a peek at our favorite headlines
Chiefs at Raiders score: Patrick Mahomes gets last laugh with winning TD drive in back-and-forth shootout
Despite a strong showing from Vegas, Kansas City needed just one minute to seal it
Big Picture Hot Take
The Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders combined for a nail-bitter on "Sunday Night Football." It couldn't happen any other way between the two teams at the top of the AFC West. Patrick Mahomes and the offense were the stars of the show for Kansas City and they ultimately pulled out all the stops to secure the game-winning score.
Against The Clock
The Chiefs will get a chance for revenge against the only team to beat them this season, the Raiders, on "Sunday Night Football" in Week 11. Las Vegas outscored Kansas City 40-32 in Week 5, thanks to a sharp performance from Derek Carr.
Crunch Time Celebration
The Las Vegas Raiders were anxious to prove their Week 5 win wasn't a fluke. The Kansas City Chiefs were ready for some revenge.
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King Of The Chiefs Cont’d
Playoff Placement Improves
Isaac Brekken/Associated Press Like any of the regularly used Undertaker GIFs seen on social media, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes rose from the mat when everyone thought he'd been buried by others in this year's MVP race thanks to another stellar performance in Sunday's 35-31 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders.
11:49 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 Patrick Mahomes picked a good time to throw the first go-ahead touchdown pass in a game's final two minutes of his career.
This is our footballer OPEN THREAD for tonight and hopefully we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!