The Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders have played quite literally zero defense on Sunday evening in the desert. With both teams already scoring two touchdowns apiece, Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is just the game’s latest touchdown scorer as the rookie rusher found the end zone to knot the AFC West clash at 14 points.

Kansas City’s fighting fire with fire in this one. The Chiefs initially got on the board to tie the game at seven thanks to a pitch and catch between quarterback Patrick Mahomes and wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

The Raiders struck first over the Chiefs with a lengthy drive that was capped off by a touchdown from second-year running back Josh Jacobs before the aforementioned Mahomes found Hill bringing six more for the Chiefs. Then, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr got in on the fun while tossing his first touchdown pass of the outing to wide receiver Nelson Agholor. Edwards-Helaire then evened the ball game for Kansas City yet again as the offensive shootout rolls on.

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