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Chargers Stun Chiefs

It looked as if the Kansas City Chiefs were going to win the AFC West with a 14-point lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth-quarter. The Los Angeles Chargers stormed back and Mike Williams caught a 1-yard touchdown pass with four seconds remaining from Philip Rivers and he also caught the game-winning two-point conversion to lift them to a 29-28 victory.

Williams finished with seven receptions for 76 yards receiving and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 19 yards on one carry and a score. Rivers completed 26-of-38 passes for 313 yards two touchdowns and two interceptions.

In the first-quarter, Patrick Mahomes threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Demarcus Robinson for the Chiefs. Robinson finished with two receptions for seven yards receiving and a touchdown.

Later in the first, Mahomes threw a 11-yard touchdown pass to Darrel Williams. Williams finished with two receptions for 19 yards receiving and a touchdown. He also rushed for 13 yards on two carries. Patrick Mahomes completed 24-of-34 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for five yards on three carries.

Philip Rivers threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Mike Williams in the second-quarter for the Chargers.

Damien Williams scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the third-quarter for the Chiefs. He was the starting running back with Spencer Ware out with an injury. Williams finished with 49 yards rushing on 10 carries and two touchdowns. He also finished with six receptions for 74 yards receiving.

Mike Williams scored on a 19-yard touchdown run later in the third for Los Angeles.

Damien Williams scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth for Kansas City.

Justin Jackson scored on a 3-yard touchdown run for the Los Angeles Chargers later in the fourth with 3:49 remaining in regulation. He finished with 58 yards rushing on 16 carries and a score. Jackson also caught three passes for 27 yards receiving. He was the starting running back because Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler were both out with injuries.

The Kansas City Chiefs still lead the AFC West because they have the better division record.

Los Angeles (11-3) will host the Baltimore Ravens (7-6) next Saturday night. Kansas City (11-3) will be on the road against the Seattle Seahawks (8-5) next Sunday night.

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