DeVonta Smith made the big catch where Marquez Valdes-Scantling did not.
The Kansas City Chiefs didn't trail in Monday's Super Bowl rematch until 6:20 remaining in the fourth quarter. A 41-yard Smith catch from Jalen Hurts set up a Hurts sneak to give the Philadelphia Eagles their first lead of the game at 21-17.
The Chiefs had a chance to answer, but Valdes-Scantling dropped a would-be go-ahead touchdown on a deep ball from Patrick Mahomes. The Eagles took over on downs and ran out the clock for a 21-17 win.
Eagles take over and kneel out the clock for a 21-17 win. Their offense struggled all night, then came up with a huge go-ahead play late in the fourth quarter. Chiefs miscues on their final drive sealed the Philadelphia win.
Kansas City didn't score after halftime.
Yahoo SportsThe Chiefs and Eagles had a tense game that came down to the end.
Travis Kelce drops a sure first down on third-and-2 -- then makes up for it with a conversion catch on fourth-and-2. Chiefs are moving the ball near midfield at the two-minute warning after a roughing-the-passer penalty on Fletcher Cox. Cox lowered his helmet and shoved Patrick Mahomes to the turf well after he released the ball.
The Eagles punt and pin the Chiefs deep at the Kansas City 9-yard line. Chiefs trail, 21-17 with 2:49 remaining and one timeout.
The Chiefs punt after a three-and-out, and Philadelphia has the ball with the lead for the first time. A chance to milk the clock in the final five minutes of the fourth quarter with a 21-17 lead.
The Eagles do nothing with the ball after forcing the turnover. A punt after another three-and-out. But the fumble thwarted an almost certain Chiefs score.