Isaiah Pacheco showed signs of promise running the ball and Travis Kelce turned in a dominating performance as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 30-27 on Sunday Night Football.
Nick Bolton made a costly mistake when he hit Los Angeles quarterback Justin Herbert as he stepped out of bounds, resulting in an unnecessary roughness call. The Chargers would end up kicking a field goal — but this play was on third down and Herbert was short of the first down. The Chargers would have ultimately punted on this drive.
Another error was when Pacheco caught a kickoff on the six-yard line. The ball was hooking out of bounds; if Pacheco had let it go, the Chiefs would have started closer to midfield instead of at the six-yard line.
Despite this mental mistake, he played great as the lead back for the game. Pacheco had 15 carries for 107 yards averaging 7.1 per rush — by far, the best performance by a Kansas City running back all season.
Isiah Pacheco. Podium game— Aaron Ladd (@aaronladd0) November 21, 2022
Travis Kelce gave a masterful performance with three touchdowns and 115 yards.
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