A last minute touchdown pass from Kyle Orton to Dwayne Bowe can be thanked for evening out the score of the Chiefs Week 16 game against their division rivals, the Oakland Raiders, at 13. The two teams are heading to overtime in a game that has playoff implications for both of them.
The play was set up by a 49-yard screen pass to running back Dexter McCluster that took the Chiefs from their own 48-yard line to the Raiders' three. On the very next play, Orton found Bowe and hit him with a back shoulder pass in the right corner of the end zone.
Both teams have an outside shot at making it to the playoffs but they would need to win out to get there. That means whoever loses this game is likely out of the playoff race. The Raiders won the coin toss so Carson Palmer will get the first shot at keeping his team's playoff hopes alive.