Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Chargers trailed for nearly all of Thursday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. But that changed with four seconds left.

Trailing 28-21, Philip Rivers hit Mike Williams for a touchdown. There was a lot of contract between Williams and Kansas City’s Orlando Scandrick. But it went uncalled and Williams dragged his feet in for the score.



Rather than go for the PAT to tie it, the Chargers elected to put it all on a two-point play. The risk paid off. Rivers again found Williams, who was wide open in the end zone.

Los Angeles won the game 29-28.

While the Chiefs still occupy first place in the AFC West, they and the Chargers now both have identical 11-3 records. It will be a very fun final two weeks for both of these teams.