The Las Vegas Raiders got off to a hot start on the road, but it was the home team, the Kansas City Chiefs, rallying behind Travis Kelce’s four touchdowns to win this AFC West battle, 30-29.
Kelce didn’t light it up in yard total, but he came through for quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the red zone. Their connection is legend at this point in the NFL, and that was on full display as Kelce converted every touchdown Kansas City scored on the night.
But the Raiders didn’t go out without a fight. Derek Carr found Davante Adams for his second long touchdown of the game, a 48-yard catch with two defenders draped on him to make it 30-29. Las Vegas went for two but Josh Jacobs was stopped at the 1-yard line to leave the lead in the Chiefs’ favor.
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