It’s one of those games that should never have been a game in the first place.
The Patriots beat Seattle and the Seattle Seahawks lost to the New York Jets.
They were the first two teams to beat the Chiefs in 2017.
But it was the first game where the Pats won by a margin of seven points.
The score is now: 13-3.
I don’t think anyone could have predicted that.
The first touchdown came with 3:56 remaining.
The Chiefs’ second touchdown came a minute later.
The final score is 14-10.
That’s the best score in NFL history for a single game.
It was also one of only three games this season where both teams had at least two scoring drives.
It’s the only game this season in which both teams scored at least 18 points.
New England also has scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter.
That number is tied for the most in NFL annals.
It would be the most unanswered points ever by a team.
It happened twice in the game.
First, the Patriots led 14-7 with 3 minutes left.
They scored on a 3-yard run by Tom Brady, then Brady scored on his third touchdown pass of the game on the next play.
The Seahawks had already recovered the ball on the Chiefs’ first possession, but the Chiefs forced them into a punt and scored.
The New England offense also scored a touchdown on their second possession on the first drive.
The third drive, with 6:51 left, put the Pats in front, 26-24.
Brady had two touchdowns and the Chiefs were on the field for a punt.
The next drive ended with the Chiefs forcing a field goal on downs, 28-28.
That put the Patriots in field goal range.
The Kansas City offense had already converted a fourth down at the Kansas State 14 with 1:51 to go.
The team was driving and on its own 21-yard line, and the defense was making it difficult to score.
But the Patriots had no timeouts, and a few snaps later they scored on their next drive, 21-19.
The touchdown was the Patriots third of the day, tying a season high.
It also gave New England a 13-7 lead with 5:47 left.
The defense was holding on to a three-and-out, and Brady completed a short pass to Brandon LaFell, who ran for a touchdown.
The game ended in Kansas City’s hands when a punt blocked by Brady ended the drive, 25-24, and forced overtime.
Brady has completed 17 of 26 passes for 246 yards and three touchdowns this season.
The other three touchdowns have come on the final drive.
Brady threw for a team-leading 541 yards and five touchdowns.
The quarterback has thrown four touchdown passes in the Patriots’ last five games.
He also threw for another team-record 4,564 yards and 23 touchdowns.
It didn’t take long for Brady to say he was feeling the pressure.
“I’m trying to be as focused as I can, but at the same time, I’m also excited about how we’re playing, and I’m happy that we’ve been able to keep our momentum going,” Brady said.