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It took Kansas Metropolis Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes a while to begin Thursday evening’s recreation in opposition to the Los Angeles Chargers, however as soon as he received his staff into the crimson, it was six factors or bust.
Down 10-0 with 11:48 left within the second quarter, Mahomes rolled to the precise and averted a number of would-be Chargers invaders.
In some way, he discovered Jerich McKinnon operating backwards in house with a ridiculous toss of a pistol.
McKinnon caught him on the 2-yard line and scored a landing.
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The replay of the cross confirmed simply how wild the gun throw was. McKinnon was the blocker of the sport earlier than breaking free and stepping between a minor Chargers participant to catch a cross.
Nonetheless, Los Angeles was main 10-7 at halftime.
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Mahomes was 12 of 14 for 98 yards and a landing. He was sacked as soon as within the first half, regardless of the Chargers’ protection placing monumental stress on him.
Mekole Hardman led the Chiefs with two catches for 38 yards and Travis Kelsey made three catches for 33 yards.
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However, QB Justin Herbert had 12 of 17 passes for 125 yards and a landing for the Chargers at halftime. His solely landing cross went to Zander Horvath.