Patrick Mahomes reaches another historic milestone, but Chiefs fall to Chargers in AFC West showdown
Patrick Mahomes threw for 260 passing yards and three touchdowns to attain 15,000 yards passing sooner than any quarterback in NFL historical past. But the Los Angeles Chargers got here away with a 30-24 victory over the Chiefs in Kansas City Sunday afternoon.
Chargers second-year quarterback Justin Herbert completed with 281 passing yards and 4 touchdowns with no interceptions. Los Angeles received for the third time in 4 journeys to Kansas City.
Los Angeles held an early 13-0 lead, but Mahomes and the Chiefs crawled again into the sport and took a 24-21 lead halfway by the fourth quarter. Chargers kicker Tristan Vizcaino hit a game-tying discipline aim, and after Alohi Gilman intercepted Mahomes with 1:42 to go in the sport, Herbert led the Chargers for the game-winning TD.
Herbert linked with Williams for a 16-yard rating earlier than discovering him in the tip zone shortly after to put the Chargers up for good. Mahomes led the Chiefs to midfield on their ensuing possession and even launched a Hail Mary try as time expired, but the go fell incomplete.
“Nobody is happy with the way we played,” Mahomes stated afterward. “You take a loss to a division opponent, it’s not a good thing. We haven’t done a lot of that in my time here. It’s how you respond. We have a long season ahead of us.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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