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Here's what happened in our simulation:
The Los Angeles Chargers marched down the field on their first drive of the game. Wide receiver Keenan Allen topped off a 10-play drive to get in the end zone for a touchdown. Quarterback Justin Herbert had plenty of time in the pocket due to defensive tackle Chirs Jones getting hurt on the game's third play.
The Kansas City Chiefs also marched down the field on an 11-play drive, during which tight end Travis Kelce scored the touchdown.
End of the first quarter: Chargers 7, Chiefs 7
Running back Austin Ekeler was injured on the first play of the quarter — but backup running back Joshua Kelly busted open an 18-yard touchdown run.
Five days prior to rejoining the team, wide receiver Mecole Hardman made an impact by catching a 6-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes on a fourth-and-5 down. Wide receiver Kadarius Toney would later find the end zone to tie the game.
A third lead change occurred when the Chargers went up by seven after tight end Gerald Everett caught a 25-yard touchdown.
End of the second quarter: Chargers 21, Chiefs 14
The Chiefs' defense forced a turnover when Mike Danna and Nick Bolton combined for a strip-sack. However, the Chiefs only scored a field goal off the turnover. The Chargers extended their lead with another Everett touchdown.
End of the third quarter: Chargers 28, Chiefs 17
The Chiefs took the lead for the first time late in the quarter. A six-play drive ending with a Toney touchdown put the Chiefs up by one. A two-point conversion after put the Chiefs up by three. Ekeler made an immediate impact returning from injury by scoring the go-ahead touchdown with less than 1:30 to go in the game.
Final score: Chargers 35, Chiefs 31
Patrick Mahomes 37/41, 325 yards, 3 TD, 2 att, 13 yards, 1 TD
Justin Herbert 25/35, 257 yards, 3 TD
Isiah Pacheco 18 att, 65 yards, 6 rec, 48 yards
Austin Ekeler 11 att, 67 yards, 1 TD, 3 rec, 23 yards
Travis Kelce 9 rec, 95 yards, 1 TD
Kadarius Toney 7 rec, 75 yards, 2 TD
Mecole Hardman 6 rec, 41 yards
Gerald Everett 9 rec, 91 yards, 2 TD
Kenneth Murray Jr. 12 total, 7 solo, 1 sack
Derwin James Jr. 15 total, 6 solo, 1 TFL
Chris Jones 4 total, 1 solo, 1 sack
Trent McDuffie 10 total, 1 solo
Mike Danna 2 total, 1 sack
In Week 8, the Chiefs are on the road at Mile High, taking on the Denver Broncos. Kickoff is at 3:25 Arrowhead time. Before that, we will see how the game plays out inside the EA Universe.