Patrick Mahomes leads game-winning drive as Kansas City Chiefs survive vs. Denver Broncos

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The Patrick Mahomes train lost just a bit of steam Monday night, but not enough to prevent the Kansas City Chiefs from beating the Denver Broncos 27-23 to remain the AFC’s lone unbeaten team.

No player in the league was hotter than Mahomes in the first three weeks, when he set a record with 13 TD passes over that span. He had more modest numbers against K.C.’s AFC West rivals (304 passing yards, one TD apiece throwing and running) — Denver was the first team Mahomes faced twice in his career — but perhaps did something more important to his development by leading his first fourth-quarter comeback, which culminated with a 4-yard touchdown run by Kareem Hunt. Mahomes extended the game-winning drive by completing a 6-yard throw left-handed to Tyreek Hill on third-and-5 from his own 45 with 3:07 to go.

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