Kansas City football fans have a great deal to celebrate tonight after an impressive win that leads the team atop the AFC West.
Here's our collection of news links on the victory . . .
Travis Kelce scored on a 34-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes in overtime and the Kansas City Chiefs rallied for a 34-28 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.Kelce caught a tying 7-yard touchdown pass with 1:16 left in the fourth quarter, then ended the game with his catch-and-run in overtime.
INGLEWOOD, Ca. - Despite not having key defensive players Chris Jones, Willie Gay and L'Jarius Sneed and giving up 4,280 yards, the Kansas City Chiefs defense was still the backbone of the team as they beat the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.
What basically amounted to the AFC West championship game didn't disappoint. A back-and-forth thriller with all sorts of twists and turns ended with the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the Los Angeles Chargers 34-28 in overtime. Facing two separate deficits in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs overcame both to secure the significant victory.
11:51 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 INGLEWOOD, Calif. - With three defensive starters out of their lineup, the Kansas City Chiefs needed a big game from Patrick Mahomes in Thursday night's game against the Los Angeles Chargers for first place in the AFC West.
AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez The red-hot Kansas City Chiefs are in full control of the AFC West. Kansas City defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 34-28 in Thursday's thrilling overtime divisional showdown at SoFi Stadium. Patrick Mahomes found Travis Kelce for the winning score and led the way for the victors, who improved to 10-4 with their seventh consecutive win.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Travis Kelce scored on a 34-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes in overtime and the Kansas City Chiefs rallied for a 34-28 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night. Kelce caught a tying 7-yard touchdown pass with 1:16 left in the fourth quarter, then ended the game with his catch-and-run in overtime.
As the Kansas City Chiefs trailed the Los Angeles Chargers by eight points with less than 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter, I had begun writing in this space about how the offensive performances against the Las Vegas Raiders seemed much more like the outliers than the norm - and how the offense that we knew and loved was dead and buried.
Coming into their matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night, the Kansas City Chiefs were hoping to show their AFC West rivals just how much they'd turned things around since the last time the two teams met back in Week 3.
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