The Kansas City Chiefs defeated a tough Cleveland Browns team, 22-17, in Sunday's Divisional Round playoffs, but they paid a heavy cost in the process.
Star quarterback Patrick Mahomes was forced from the game with concussion-like symptoms after taking a hit midway through the third quarter, leaving QB duties to backup Chad Henne.
The 35-year-old entered the game with the Browns sniffing a comeback, and Henne complicated matters for himself when he threw an interception seven minutes into the fourth quarter with Cleveland just five points behind.
However, Henne would make up for his blunder moments later as he channeled his inner Mahomes and scrambled 13 yards on 3rd & 14 just ahead of the two-minute warning. Still needing a few inches to secure the game-clinching first down, Henne and the Chiefs caught the entire Browns defense sleeping and managed in a five-yard pass to Tyreek Hill to move the chains for the final time.
It was a crazy end to a game that looked like it could go either way after Mahomes' exit, and the Chiefs now have a week to figure out whether their franchise player will be available for the AFC Championship game against the Buffalo Bills.
DAZN News provided live commentary throughout the game. Here's how it went down: