Titans lose to the Chiefs 20–17.


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Against the Chiefs last night, the Titans let one slip by.

The Titans, a definite underdog, had the lead for a long portion of the game at Arrowhead Stadium.

However, the Chiefs came back to defeat Tennessee's five-game winning run 20-17 in overtime.

With 2:58 remaining in the fourth quarter, Patrick Mahomes' 14-yard touchdown

run and subsequent two-point conversion run gave the Chiefs the lead at 17-17.

For the Titans, Malik Willis started his second game in a row in place of an injured Ryan Tannehill.

After Kansas City put together a lengthy drive to open the game, the Titans defence stepped up and limited

the Chiefs to a 24-yard field goal by Butker after they had controlled the ball for over eight minutes on a 15-play, 69-yard drive.

But the Titans fought back with a stunning seven-play, 74-yard drive of their own that was finished by Derrick Henry's four-yard touchdown run.

Henry eclipsed Earl Campbell's franchise record for rushing touchdowns during the drive, scoring his 74th career score on a 56-yard run.

Earlier in the second half, kicker Randy Bullock increased the Titans' lead to 17-9 with a field goal from 44 yards out.

McCreary's interception of the Mahomes ball after it left Kelce's hands enabled the field goal to be made.