Travis Kelce set an NFL record four touchdown receptions of fewer than 10 yards in a single game to help the Kansas City Chiefs

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overcome a 17-0 second quarter deficit to beat the Las Vegas Raiders 30-29 in the Week 5 Monday Night Football matchup.

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The Raiders scored touchdowns on two of their first three possessions

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including one on a 58-yard pass to Davante Adams to take a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter and then had a 17-0 advantage midway through that quarter.

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Kansas City played listlessly up to that point but then scored a touchdown on one of Kelce’s short-distance touchdowns to close the gap to 17-7.

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Then came the real turning point of the game. On the next drive, Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones got through to Derek Carr

and stripped the ball away for a sack but his follow through on the hit was called for roughing the passer. It was a very controversial call

Since this took place following the contentious call made against Grady Jarrett on a sack versus Tom Brady yesterday

it drew a livid response from the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium.