Without any doubt, Patrick Mahomes is in a continuous struggle. The Kansas City Chiefs are, too, as you’d imagine in an age where quarterback play is just so, so vital. Still, yet, they are at .500- sitting at 4-4- following Monday night’s 20-17 victory over the 2-6 New York Giants at home. Mahomes and co. led 7-0 early after he found Tyreek Hill from six yards for a TD. Daniel Jones then found Kyle Rudolph to tie up in the second quarter ahead of the Chiefs coming back with a rushing touchdown from Derrick Gore. Graham Gano of the Giants then kicked a field goal to make it 14-10 Chiefs at the half.
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The Giants can be seen on the board once again at the very beginning of the fourth quarter It was the time when Jones came across Evan Engram for a five-yard pass to give the Giants a 14-17 lead. Harrison Butker scored two goals in the ending nine minutes, followed by a second one with 1:07 on the clock remaining. These resulted in granting Chiefs a win that took them back to parity That final drive was far from simple, as Mahomes, who had already been picked off once, was intercepted only to have the play reversed due to an offside call. That led to the winning FG, and it will be a major concern of the two-time Super Bowl participants that their star QB is just not right at the moment.
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