Andy Reid has had his way with the AFC West since becoming Chiefs’ head coach in 2013. And he and the team had defeated the Raiders 15 times in 18 meetings entering Monday night’s tilt at Kansas City.
Reid’s club spotted Las Vegas a 17-0 lead before roaring back thanks to the duo of Patrick Mahomes (292 yards) and Travis Kelce. They combined for four touchdowns on the evening, the last of those scores coming with 7:25 remaining in the game.
Sean McDermott’s team hosted the Steelers and it got ugly early. The Bills outgained their guests 400-139 in total yards in the first half and owned a 31-3 edge at intermission. On Buffalo’s third play from scrimmage, Josh Allen connected with Gabe Davis for a 98-yard score.
The duo later combined for a 62-yard touchdown. Allen threw for 348 yards and four TDs (1 interception) in the first half alone. The Bills rolled up 552 yards by afternoon’s end.
The Eagles were the league’s lone unbeaten team as they headed to Arizona. A pair of Jalen Hurts’ one-yard TD runs in the first half gave Nick Sirianni’s club a 14-0 lead. But Philadelphia struggled to put the Cardinals away and the teams were tied at 17-all with less than 10 minutes to play.
But the Eagles embarked on a 17-play, 70-yard drive that took 7:58 off the clock. And Cameron Dicker’s 23-yard field goal with 1:45 to play was the difference.