The Chiefs opened the scoring with a safety by Justin Houston who crushed Trevor Siemian in the end zone.
On the ensuing free kick, Tyreek Hill finally broke a kick return for a touchdown and he even had time to get a high-five from teammate DeAnthony Thomas.
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Denver got a field goal before halftime so the Chiefs led 9-3 at the break.
In the third quarter, the Broncos took the lead on a great play by Siemian.
Back came the Chiefs and it was once again Hill who scored, this time on a running play. You’ll note that he evaded Von Miller on his way to the end zone.
In the fourth quarter, the Broncos took the lead again on a touchdown pass from Siemian to Emmanuel Sanders:
That made it 17-16 for the Denver, and they got another touchdown on a long pass from Siemian to Bennie Fowler.
Down by eight points late in the fourth quarter in a hostile environment in Denver, and the Chiefs stormed right back and scored a touchdown that Tyreek Hill hauled in from Alex Smith. Although initially ruled down at the 2-inch line, replay showed that this was a touchdown.
The Chiefs then got the two-point conversion to tie the game at 24-24. In overtime, both teams kicked field goals to make it a 27-27 game.
Brandon McManus missed a 62-yard field-goal attempt with 1:08 left in overtime for Denver, and the Chiefs drove down to set up Cairo Santos’ game-winning bank shot off the upright.