The Chargers jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the second quarter behind Justin Herbert touchdown throws to Keenan Allen and Austin Ekeler, respectively. Unfortunately, the Chiefs don't mind being down by multiple scores and that proved to be the difference as they managed to take the lead back before the end of the third.
With the game tied at 24-24 and the Chiefs driving for a potential game-winning touchdown, Alohi Gilman made a diving interceptions to give the Bolts new life.
On the other side, Herbert and the offense went to work, stringing together several strong runs to move the ball into field goal territory. Thanks to a defensive pass-interference call on a massive fourth down, Herbert hit Mike Williams for the game-winning score with 32 seconds left.
Los Angeles would go on to hold the Chiefs’ offense to a failed Hail Mary attempt and walk away from this one winners 30-24.