The Kansas City Chiefs have reached the end zone so regularly on their opening offensive possession this season that their opponents might as well stop wasting time and just give them the seven points. The rest of the game is another matter.
Patrick Mahomes had 184 yards passing with a touchdown run and an interception for the Chiefs (8-4), who now lead the Chargers by a game and the Broncos and Raiders by two in their race for a sixth straight AFC West championship.
Notae, the SEC’s leading scorer this season averaging 18.1 points per game, shot an efficient 6 of 10 in the second half and his 3-pointer with 3:47 left put Arkansas back ahead by double digits for good.
It was Slumberland Furniture, Cape West Rotary and Community Partnership of Southeast Missouri who helped supply the list and mattress sets as part of their “Homes for the Holidays” program on Saturday.
The Chiefs will be without starting cornerback Rashad Fenton and right tackle Lucas Niang for Sunday night’s game against the Broncos, raising the possibility that former All-Pro lineman Kyle Long could play for the first time in two years.