Down big to the Denver Broncos on the road, the Kansas City Chiefs are fighting valiantly to salvage their undefeated season.
In the fourth quarter, the Broncos were up by a score of 27-10, making it appear that this one might be out of reach and letting the 1972 Dolphins get that champagne ready.
But, Alex Smith, Anthony Fasano and the Chiefs offense said, “Not so fast.”
Starting with the ball at their own 20, the Chiefs had 80 yards to go to get into the end zone and keep those undefeated dreams alive.
They did do that, but with some controversy.
From the Denver 10-yard line, Smith dropped back to pass and found Fasano in the back of the end zone, for what was originally called an incompletion.
Upon the infamous further review, though, the catch was ruled a touchdown for Kansas City:
That put the Chiefs in a tremendous position, however they have just turned the ball over on downs with just under three minutes to go in the game.