Brady, Pats top Chiefs for wild win

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In other words, just because the Chiefs already hold a two-game lead on the Patriots this season, history suggests New England has a great shot in this game.

Mahomes lived up to the hype completing 23-of-38 passes for 352 yards and four touchdowns, all in the second half.

It's been a fun season so far for KC Chiefs fans, as they've seen their team score the second-most points in the league, and despite a shaky defense, have left every game unscathed.

The second half quickly got interesting, though. It's also the pass that gave Hunt his first 100-yard receiving game.

A 39-yard field goal by Gostkowski stretched New England's lead to 30-26.

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Then, after forcing Kansas City into the first punt by either team on the night, Brady got the Patriots some breathing room when he hit Gronkowski for a 42-yard gain. Seems like a pretty big mistake by the Patriots to allow that to happen. It's a solid way for the Kent State product to announce his return to action after he missed the Pats' first four games of the season to serve a suspension. New England's last streak of six consecutive games with an INT was in 2013.

Suddenly, the Chiefs had the lead 33-30 and it was up to Brady, who had enjoyed so much success in the first half, to catch the kid.

Edelman sat out the entire 2017 season after suffering a preseason knee injury.

Edelman recently rejoined the Patriots after serving a four-game suspension, and with Gordon quickly rounding himself into form, the AFC juggernaut may be as unsafe as ever heading into the fall.

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