The Kansas City Chiefs had their normally potent offense shutdown by Tennessee on Sunday night, with the Titans holding a 17-9 lead going into the fourth quarter. Facing a potential third loss of the season, the Chiefs slumbering offense was awakened on the legs of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who ran for a tying score and two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter of a 20-17 overtime victory at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.
Mahomes was 43 of 68 for 446 yards and a touchdown for Kansas City, as coach Andy Reid improved to 21-3 in games following a bye in his Hall of Fame career. Reid improves to 3-9 against the Tennessee franchise, as the Chiefs avenged an embarrassing 27-3 loss to the Titans last season in Nashville.
Following Mahomes fourth quarter heroics, Harrison Butker drilled a go-ahead field goal in overtime, with the Kansas City defense, dominating late against rookie quarterback Malik Willis, stopping the Titans on four downs deep in Tennessee territory.
The win improves Kansas City to 6-2 and drops Tennessee to 5-3. All-Pro running back Derrick Henry had two touchdowns and 115 yards rushing for the Titans.
Other NFL finals from November 3 to November 7, 2022:
Philadelphia 29, Houston 17
LA Chargers 20, Atlanta 17
Miami 35, Chicago 32
Cincinnati 42, Carolina 21
Detroit 15, Green Bay 9
Jacksonville 27, Las Vegas 20
New England 26, Indianapolis 3
NY Jets 20, Buffalo 17
Minnesota 20, Washington 17
Seattle 31, Arizona 21
Tampa Bay 16, LA Rams 13
Kansas City 20, Tennessee 17 (OT)
Baltimore 27, New Orleans 13