- Rams 54, Chiefs 51 FINAL
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs start at the Kansas City 12-yard line with 88 yards to go and just one timeout. On third-and-2, Mahomes finds Conley for 6 yards and use their timeout with 25 seconds left. On the next play, Mahomes throws another interception into the hands of Troy Hill
- Rams ball. After a short pass to Robert Woods for 4 yards, the Chiefs call their first timeout. McVay opts to throw the football, and it’s incomplete stopping the clock. Chiefs get the stop on third down. Second timeout. The Rams run just 28 seconds off the clock. Punt.
- Chiefs ball. On third-and-10 and the Kansas City 26-yard line, Tyreek Hill makes an outstanding play on the right sideline for a first down. On the very next play, Mahomes is hit as he threw and throws an interception into the hands of Marcus Peters.
- Rams ball. Chiefs force third down, but Goff gets it to Cook on third-and-9 for the first down. A 10-yard pass to Higbee gets the Rams to the 50-yard line. Rams work it to first-and-10 at the Kansas City 40, and they finish it off with a 40-yard touchdown to Everett. 1:49 left in the game. Rams 54, Chiefs 51.
- Chiefs ball. With third-and-9 at Kansas City 36, Mahomes scrambles to get the Chiefs to fourth-and-2. Andy Reid goes for it. Mahomes’ pass is complete to Kelce for 18 yards and a first down. On second-and-8 at the Los Angeles 37, Mahomes dials up Demarcus Robinson for 14 yards. Troy Hill took a lowering-the-head penalty on the next play, and at the LA 10, Mahomes threw to Conley for his second touchdown of the game. Chiefs 51, Rams 47
- Rams ball. Three and out. Chiefs start at their own 35.
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs go three-and-out, Kelce dropping the pass on third down. Punt.
- Rams ball. The Rams went right back to work. On second down, Goff worked it to Reynolds for 27 yards, then Woods for 36. The Rams had first-and-goal at the Kansas City 7 and were able to force third down, but on third down, Goff found Everett in the end zone to retake the lead. Rams 47, Chiefs 44.
- Rams ball. Chiefs force third-and-11, and Justin Houston sacks Goff. Allen Bailey grabs the ball out of the air and brings it into the end zone for the score. Chiefs 44, Rams 40.
- Chiefs ball. Passes to Kelce and Hill bring the Chiefs to first-and-10 at the 27, and Hill breaks loose from the Rams defense and is WIDE OPEN for a 73-yard touchdown. Hill is working on a season-high 186 yards. Hill called for taunting because of the peace sign, which he does every Sunday. Rams 40, Chiefs 37.
- Rams ball. Rams called for holding as Goff takes a nasty hit from Chris Jones. Chiefs accept the penalty, making it second-and-30. Chiefs manage to force the punt, which Hill returns from the Kansas City 1-yard line to the 8.
- Rams ball. Rams facing first-and-20 to begin the fourth quarter after holding penalty
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs go three-and-out, with a weird moment on second down. The all-star refs originally called a Mahomes fumble-turned-touchdown on the play, which was overturned upon the replay. The Chiefs could not convert on third down and punted.
- Chiefs ball. On the first play of the next drive, Mahomes threw an interception to Samson Ebukam, who makes an incredible play for the pick-six. Rams 40, Chiefs 30
- Rams ball. Chiefs get the Rams to third-and-11 at the Kansas City 34, and Sean McVay called a screen to Brandin Cooks. Goff hits Cooks just out of the reach of Dee Ford and he ran 13 yards for the first down. Chris Jones recorded a sack for his seventh straight game two plays later, and on third-and-9, the Chiefs stop Gurley short. 33-yard field goal is GOOD. Rams 33, Chiefs 30.
- Chiefs ball. Mahomes worked the ball to the Los Angeles 38-yard line, and on second-and-10, Travis Kelce beat Marcus Peters, who appeared to slip, for 33 yards. Peters was seen heading to the locker room. Two plays later, Mahomes hit Kelce again for the 4-yard touchdown. Tie game. Rams 30, Chiefs 30.
- Rams ball. On second-and-10 for the Rams at Kansas City 46-yard, Cooks had Steven Nelson beat. Goff hits him deep left in stride, but Nelson is able to recover and break up the play. A 9-yard gain by Reynolds makes it fourth-and-1. Sean McVay goes for it, and the Rams convert with a 7-yard play-action pass to Tyler Higbee. Chiefs force third-and-goal at the 7, but Goff is able to get away for the scramble and score. Touchdown. Rams 30, Chiefs 23.
Chiefs ball. It was a good start to the drive for Kansas City, with a 27-yard pass from Mahomes to Chris Conley. The success wouldn’t last. Kareem Hunt ran for 3 yards and Rams took
makeuppenalties on back-to-back plays, setting up first-and-10 at the LA 36. But Aaron Donald came in for another strip-sack, Cam Erving didn’t fall on the ball and John Franklin-Myers picked the ball up. Turnover.
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs rally back. Mahomes throws a dime to Kelce for 37 yards to get the Chiefs to the Los Angeles 14. Mahomes scrambles for 6 yards. Facing third-and-6 at the 8-yard line, Mahomes rockets a ball to Chris Conley, who makes an outstanding catch for the score. Harrison Butker misses the extra point. Rams 23, Chiefs, 23
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs backed to their 3-yard line thanks to another penalty but get it to third-and-1 at the 12 thanks to Hunt and Hill. First down to Hill for 8 yards. Two plays later, it’s second-and-8. Aaron Donald gets to Mahomes for the strip-sack, and Samson Ebukam picks up the ball for the 11-yard score. Rams 23, Chiefs 17.
- Rams ball. The Rams get right back to it. Goff finds Cook for a big gain—a 21-yard reception for a first down. The very next play, Goff pumps a ball to Cook deep down the left sideline, but it’s overthrown. On second-and-10, Todd Gurley is stopped after four yards. Dee Ford pressures Goff on third down, and Goff throws an incomplete pass. Kendall Fuller had excellent coverage on the back end. Tyreek Hill is back to receive the punt.
- Chiefs at the 21. Mahomes with a pass short right to Hunt, who takes it all the way for a touchdown. Chiefs 17, Rams 16.
- Rams ball. After dominating for most of the game, the Rams felt the presence of Xavier Williams. Williams recorded a tackle on first down, then a sack of eight yards on second down. Facing third-and-13 on the LA 21, Allen Bailey strip-sacked Goff and recovered the football.
- Chiefs ball. Chiefs quickly face third-and-2, but Mahomes finds Tyreek Hill 26 yards to his right for a first down. Mahomes had Kelce on the next play, but he overthrows him. That didn’t matter because on the next play, it’s Hill again, this time to the left for 17 yards. A second-and-4 17-yard play to Chris Conley was called back due to a Cam Erving Holding penalty. On second-and-14 at the LA 28-yard line, Mahomes to Conley again for 15 yards and a first down. After nine Chiefs penalties, the Rams take their first, a Defensive Holding call. Mahomes nearly takes a nasty hit on a 6-yard scramble, but he slides just to avoid. Reid calls a pitch on the third-down play at the 1, but Kareem Hunt is stopped. They take the three points on a 20-yard field goal. Rams 16, Chiefs 10.
- Rams have third-and-goal. Eric Murray had tight coverage on Gerald Everett. Defensive pass interference called, but Andy Reid is very angry. The ESPN telecast showed him talking to Goff. Chiefs challenge that the pass was tipped at the line and they win. Fourth down. 23-yard field goal is good. Rams 16, Chiefs 7.
ANDY CHIRPING GOFF
Goff don't want no smoke. #ThatsMyOtherCoach pic.twitter.com/LHLRwoDSWs— We good? (@gifhawk) November 20, 2018
- Rams ball. Goff to Reynolds seems to be the connection to watch early in this game. Goff hit Reynolds on second-and-8 for a 15-yard gain and first down. On the next play, both Orlando Scandrick and Steve Nelson took penalties. The Rams opted for Nelson’s penalty, a 37-yard pass interference call. The quarter ended with the Rams on the 5-yard line, with Goff just missing Reynolds for a touchdown because he couldn’t get his second foot in.
- Chiefs ball. In a flash, the Chiefs are back in it. Running back Kareem Hunt dashed up the middle for 27 yards. Then two back-to-back plays to Tyreek Hill. Mahomes hit Hill first for 20 yards, then a 25-yard touchdown. Rams 13, Chiefs 7
- Rams ball. Refs call their fifth penalty on the Chiefs. Steven Nelson, Illegal Use of Hands. Chiefs playing a bit of zone on defense but it is not working. Jared Goff hit Josh Reynolds, Tyler Higbee and Woods for 10-plus yards on three straight plays. Chiefs take their sixth penalty with a Neutral Zone Infraction on Dee Ford. Goff hits Cooks on third-and-6 for a first down. Derrick Nnadi takes an Encroachment penalty. Goff to Josh Reynolds for a 4-yard touchdown. The Rams are going after Orlando Scandrick specifically. Rams 13, Chiefs 0
- Chiefs ball. Demetrius Harris takes an early Illegal Block Above the Waist penalty to make it first-and-18. Patrick Mahomes finds Chris Conley to get 11 yards back, and the crowd is so loud Chiefs need to take a timeout. Cam Erving false start, third-and-8. Mahomes chucked it deep down the right side to Travis Kelce but in and out of his hands with Marcus Peters in coverage. Cornerback Charvarius Ward made a nice play on the ensuing punt.
- Chiefs win the toss, so the Rams start with the ball. The Rams moved the ball very quickly down the field in six plays, including a big play to Brandin Cooks for 30 yards. Jared Goff found Robert Woods for a 7-yard touchdown after a questionable call on Eric Murray for unnecessary roughness, hitting a defenseless receiver. Missed extra point. Rams 6, Chiefs 0
Patrick Mahomes pumps up the team
#ChiefsKingdom@PatrickMahomes5 has his @Chiefs ready for the big stage.— NFL (@NFL) November 20, 2018
: #KCvsLAR (8:15pm ET on ESPN) pic.twitter.com/a90YuwEhVs
SAMMY WATKINS IS ACTIVE
Here are the #Chiefs’ inactives tonight vs #Rams:— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) November 19, 2018
S Eric Berry
C Mitch Morse
WR Gehrig Dieter
RB Darrel Williams
OL Kahlil McKenzie
DL Justin Hamilton
TE Deon Yelder
Here are the #Rams’ inactives:— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) November 19, 2018
WR Nick Williams
DB Darious Williams
RB John Kelly
OLB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo
DT Sebastian Joseph-Day
TE Johnny Mundt
OLB Matt Longacre
Towels being handed out at the LA Memorial Coliseum as folks enter the gates tonight pic.twitter.com/5ACc6VkWR8— Lynn Worthy (@LWorthySports) November 19, 2018
Meanwhile...in Mexico City...
Kickoff may still be a few hours away, but #ChiefsKingdom is ready at the watch party in Mexico City. pic.twitter.com/jujfYcWs2X— Matt McMullen (@KCChiefs_Matt) November 19, 2018
Sammy Watkins appears to truly be a game-time decision.
Sammy Watkins is running routes and making cuts on the Coliseum field right now. GM Brett Veach and trainer Rick Burkholder among those watching.— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) November 19, 2018
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Location: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California
Game time: Monday, November 19, 2018 | 7:15 Arrowhead Time
TV channel: ESPN (KMBC Local)
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Matchup history: Chiefs lead 7-4
Odds: Rams -2.5
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Prediction: Chiefs 52, Rams 49 (Sweeney) | Full staff predictions
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Chiefs 2018 regular-season schedule
Week 1 | Sep 09 | Chiefs @ Chargers | StubHub Center | 3:05 PM CBS Week 2 | Sep 16 | Chiefs @ Steelers | Heinz Field | 12:00 PM | CBS Week 3 | Sep 23 | 49ers @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | FOX Week 4 | Oct 01 | Chiefs @ Broncos | Sports Authority Field at Mile High | 7:15 PM | ESPN Week 5 | Oct 07 | Jaguars @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS Week 6 | Oct 14 | Chiefs @ Patriots | Gillette Stadium | 7:20 PM | NBC Week 7 | Oct 21 | Bengals @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS Week 8 | Oct 28 | Broncos @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS Week 9 | Nov 04 | Chiefs @ Browns | FirstEnergy Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS Week 10 | Nov 11 | Cardinals @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | FOX
Week 11 | Nov 19 | Chiefs @ Rams | LA Coliseum | 7:15 PM | ESPN
Week 12 | Bye
Week 13 | Dec 02 | Chiefs @ Raiders | Oakland Coliseum | 3:05 PM | CBS
Week 14 | Dec 09 | Ravens @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS
Week 15 | Dec 13 | Chargers @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 7:20 PM | FOX
Week 16 | Dec 23 | Chiefs @ Seahawks | CenturyLink Field | 7:20 PM | NBC
Week 17 | Dec 30 | Raiders @ Chiefs | Arrowhead Stadium | 12:00 PM | CBS