Chiefs vs. Bengals score, analysis: KC retakes lead on amazing Patrick Mahomes TD pass


The Kansas City Chiefs lead the Cincinnati Bengals, 20-13, after a Patrick Mahomes touchdown pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling. 

Playing in their fifth straight AFC championship game, the Chiefs got off to a quick 6-0 lead after converting on field goals on their first two drives.

On Kansas City’s third possession, quarterback Patrick Mahomes was able to find tight end Travis Kelce for a 14-yard touchdown.

The Bengals managed to tie the game at 13-13 on Joe Burrow’s touchdown pass to Tee Higgins, but the Chiefs answered with a score of their own.

The story of the first half was the performances by both defenses. The Bengals defense forced Kansas City to go 1 of 5 on third downs. Kansas City’s defense sacked quarterback Joe Burrow four times in the first half.

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