Even when the 4,500th second ticked off the clock on this spectacular Sunday night showdown, the Kansas City Chiefs weren't sure they had won and the Denver Broncos wondered if they'd really lost.
Cairo Santos' 34-yard field goal hit the left upright and bounced through as the overtime period expired to give the Chiefs a 30-27 victory fueled by rookie Tyreek Hill's trio of touchdowns — on a reception, a rush and a return, something no one had done since Gale Sayers in 1965.
"The only way this game could end," NBC color analyst Cris Collinsworth declared. "Holy smokes. I didn't know what had happened."
With only one of the two officials...