Live updates: Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs

Get live updates and analysis during the Eagles-Chiefs game from our reporters and columnists in the press box at Arrowhead Stadium, and share your thoughts on the action in our live chat with Jonathan Tannenwald. After the game ends, E.J. Smith will be here to take your comments, complaints, and maybe even compliments.

Key Plays

0:08 4th — Chiefs 27, Eagles 20: Nelson Agholor picked up a late touchdown with a nine-yard reception. The Eagles recovered the ensuing onside kick, but Carson Wentz’s Hail Mary pass from the Chiefs 39-yard line was batted out of the end zone.

2:20 4th — Chiefs 27, Eagles 13: Kareem Hunt just about sealed the win for Kansas City with four straight running plays, the last of which was a two-yard push for a touchdown.

6:25 4th — Chiefs 20, Eagles 13: Travis Kelce took a shovel pass 15 yards through the heart of the Eagles’ defense for a touchdown.

11:57 4th — Eagles 13, Chiefs 13: Jake Elliott tied the game with a 40-yard field goal.

1:20 3rd — Chiefs 13, Eagles 10: Kareem Hunt broke free for a 53-yard touchdown run that gave Kansas City the lead back.

4:14 3rd — Eagles 10, Chiefs 6: Carson Wentz capped off a seven-play, 81-yard drive with a 16-yard touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery.

0:02 2nd: Jake Elliott missed a 30-yard field goal after getting iced by an Andy Reid timeout. The Eagles had the opportunity in the first place after a deep pass by Carson Wentz bounced off Chiefs cornerback Terrance Mitchell and into the hands of Zach Ertz, who took the ball to the Kansas City 11-yard line and called timeout.

0:21 2nd — Chiefs 6, Eagles 3: Kansas City capitalized on a fumble during a punt return by Darren Sproles, and while the Eagles’ defense held firm, the Chiefs were in range for Cairo Santos to hit a 39-yard field goal.

4:32 1st — Eagles 3, Chiefs 3: A few plays after Carson Wentz threw a potential touchdown pass just barely out of Torrey Smith’s reach, Jake Elliott tied the game with a 34-yard field goal.

11:26 1st — Chiefs 3, Eagles 0: Cairo Santos hit a 34-yard field goal to give Kansas City the lead on the game’s first drive.

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