Chiefs Stay Unbeaten
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs remain one of the NFL's two unbeaten teams following a furious fourth-quarter comeback in a 27-23 victory at Denver.
Mahomes engineered touchdown drives of 75 and 60 yards after the Broncos took a 23-13 lead with 12:47 remaining in Monday's game. .
The first drive took six minutes and ended with Mahomes' two-yard scoring toss to Travis Kelce.
A shanked punt put the Chiefs on the Kansas City 40 with four and a half minutes left, and a couple of penalties put them in a second-and-30 hole before Mahomes completed a 35-yard pass at the 2-minute warning.
The winning drive ended with Kareem Hunt's four-yard scoring run with 1:39 remaining.
Mahomes also ran for an eight-yard TD and was 28 of 45 passing for 304 yards and no interceptions for the 4-0 Chiefs.
Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay had rushing touchdowns for the Broncos, who are 2-2 following their sixth straight loss to Kansas City.