The Kansas City Chiefs moved to 4-0 in Week 4 as they showed some last-minute heroics (literally). They fell behind 10-0 in the first quarter but made up the deficit in the second quarter to finish the half tied 13-13. Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay caught his second touchdown of the day from Matthew Stafford with just 2:26 in the fourth quarter to go up 30-27.
That ended up being too much time for Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs marched down the field and on 2nd and goal from the Lions 1-yard line and 24 seconds on the clock Darrel Williams punched in the go-ahead touchdown with some help from the offensive line. Mahomes had his worst game of the season throwing for only 315 yards and failing to throw a touchdown pass. This game was more about the Lions than the Chiefs. The Lions proved that they can play with the best teams in the league as they were able to slow down the reigning MVP.
The Chiefs are going to host the 2-2 Indianapolis Colts in a Week 5 match up. The Colts have struggled this season, failing to capture winnable games under the leadership of Jacoby Brissett. The Colts defense have injuries to key players such as All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard and T.Y. Hilton. If they fail to return for next week, Chiefs roll to a 5-0 record. It appears that Tyreek Hill will be out again in week 5 with his shoulder injury but is now considered week-to-week.