Tyreek Hill had been forced out of Sunday’s game twice because of injuries to his hand and then his heel.
The Chiefs offense had not scored a point in the second half, and some fans left Arrowhead Stadium by the time the Chiefs got the ball trailing by seven and less than 3 minutes to play.
Things really didn’t look good when the Chiefs faced a fourth-and-9 play from their own 40-line line and less than 2 minutes to play.
That is when quarterback Patrick Mahomes produced a bit of magic, launching a bomb that Hill hauled in for a 48-yard gain. In a blink of an eye, there was hope in Kansas City.
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Here is that play:
Four plays later, Damien Williams caught a 5-yard touchdown pass on another fourth-down play and the Chiefs tied the game.
After a wild sequence at the end of regulation, the Chiefs ended up winning 27-24 in overtime.