Great moments were lived this Sunday in week 3 of the NFL, where the Los Angeles Chargers achieved their second victory and Kansas City Chiefs another loss to go to the bottom of their division, 30-24. In other duels, Los Jacksonville Jaguars achieved the longest touchdown in league history and the Baltimore Ravens broke records by performing a 66-yard field goal.
In the all-star noon game, second-year quarterback Justin Herbert led the Los Angeles Chargers to a 30-24 major win, because it was his division rival the Kansas City bosses Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes, besides that it was in the Arrowhead Stadium.
Herbert finished the game with 26 completions of 38 for 281 yards and four touchdown passes; behind Justin’s great performance was the receiver Mike williams, who has at least one touchdown in every game played this season, with seven receptions for 122 yards and two touchdowns.
One of these was a 4-yard pass from Herbert to the end zone with just 32 seconds left on the clock.
For his part, Mahomes and the Chiefs had an afternoon of oblivion with four swaps, two fumbles and two interceptions. Patrick he finished with 27 completions of 44 attempts, 260 yards, 3 touchdowns and two interceptions, one at a key moment for the local comeback.
With this result the Chargers remain with a 2-1 record, while Kansas 1-2. Los Angeles will face the Raiders next Monday, October 4 at night, while the Chiefs to visit the Philadelphia Eagles.
SCORE OF 109 YARDS AND FIELD GOAL OF 66
Also in the mid-day games, it looked like Jamal Agnew of the Jacksonville Jaguars returned to the end zone a 68-yard field goal attempt, ran 109 yards, to join Antonio Cromartie and Cordarrelle Patterson, who also have a 109-yard touchdown. Jacksonville lost 31-19 to Arizona.
In the game between Baltimore Ravens vs. Detroit Lions, the kicker Justin tucker he also wrote his name in gold letters when he got a 66-yard field goal, the longest in the history of the NFL, and the same that served to give them the victory 19-17.
In the other duels on Sunday, Carlina’s Panthers continue with perfect stride after beating the Texans 24-9; The Cleveland Browns beat the Chicago Bears.
The Buffalo Bills beat Washington 43-21; Titans defeated the Colts 25-16; The Mac Jones Patriots lost 28-13 to New Orleans; Falcons 17-14 to the New York Giants; and in a divisional duel the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Steelers 24-10.