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.
— NFL (@NFL) December 14, 2018
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.
CLUTCH, MIKE DUB. CLUTCH! pic.twitter.com/VTK0U7OGUX
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) December 14, 2018
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.