The Tennessee Titans gave their all with rookie quarterback Malik Willis starting in one of the most hostile environments in football, but it was the Kansas City Chiefs winning their Sunday night matchup in overtime, 20-17, to snap the Titans’ five-game win streak.
The Chiefs won the coin toss and took the ball down the field, as Patrick Mahomes was quick to get the ball into the hands of his playmakers. They even went for it on fourth-and-one on the Titans’ 13-yard line, though only a field goal would come out of it as Tennessee got the stops needed to give themselves a chance.
Willis had a chance, but as the Chiefs did in the second half, they made him throw, and he couldn’t get anything going. Two sacks on second and third down came that set up an impossible fourth-and-26 that resulted in an incomplete pass, and the Chiefs celebrated their comeback.
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There were 68 pass attempts by Mahomes, who completed 43 of them for 446 yards with one passing touchdown and one interception. He found Travis Kelce 10 times for 106 yards as well as 10 receptions for Juju Smith-Schuster for 88 yards.
Mahomes also rushed for 63 yards and a rushing touchdown on six carries.
For the Titans, Willis went just 5-for-16 for 80 yards. Also, not a single wide receiver caught a ball from Willis in this game, as his receptions went to tight ends Chigoziem Okonkwo and Austin Hooper as well as Hassan Haskins, a running back.
Tennessee relied on their run game – Derrick Henry had 115 yards on 17 carries and two scores after putting up over 200 last week against the Houston Texans – and solid defense to deal with the Chiefs, who couldn’t find answers early.
But, as the Titans couldn’t put points on…
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