Lined up as a blitzer, James got home and drilled Teddy Bridgewater, which knocked him out of the game. It was seen as a strip-sack but ended up being ruled an incomplete pass. He made plays in the run game and coverage throughout the game, including an eye-popping interception on Drew Lock, which led to the Chargers’ first touchdown.
Indeed, the Chiefs could be looking up at the Broncos next Sunday night if they lose to Denver for the first time since Sept. "No matter what happens, we've got to find a way to leave Arrowhead with a win," safety Justin Simmons said after the Broncos rode rookie Pat Surtain II's pair of interceptions to a pivotal win, their third in four games. Denver's victory Sunday means every team in the division has a winning record.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are falling behind in the AFC North after Sunday's loss at Cincinnati.