Chiefs' Eric Fisher celebrates during NFL Playoffs
Jan 19, 2020; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Eric Fisher (72) reacts during the second half against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs had it clicking on all cylinders during their “Monday Night Football” matchup with the Baltimore Ravens in Week 3.

That included Patrick Mahomes going off for four touchdowns in the first half alone en route to Kansas City opening up a 27-10 lead. While Baltimore would storm back to score 10 consecutive points, it’s Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher who might have put the death knell on any comeback attempt.

Fisher caught a two-yard touchdown pass from Mahomes about midway through the fourth quarter to give Kansas City a 34-20 lead. It was something else.

Offensive linemen reporting eligible in goal-to-situations is not rare. Said offensive lineman seeing a pass thrown in his direction certainly is rare. You could see how surprised Fisher was to actually have the ball thrown his way.

Fisher is the first No. 1 overall pick to catch a touchdown pass since Keyhawn Johnson all the way back in 1996. That’s a pretty fun stat right there. Speaking of fun, those watching the game had a blast with this.

Vincent Frank
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