Patrick Mahomes praises rookie Jaylen Watson's 99-yard touchdown play.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes lauded freshman Jaylen Watson after the youth returned an interference 99 yards for a score
to assist the Kansas City Bosses with energizing for a 27-24 triumph over the meeting Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.
Watson at long last put the Bosses ahead after the Chargers (1-1), noting Matt Ammendola's tying field objective, walked to the Kansas City 3.
Justin Herbert was looking at tight end Gerald Everett while Watson, making his initial beginning,
stepped before the pass with 10:29 to go and ran almost immaculate the alternate way to the end zone.
A 99-yard pick-six for a first profession INT was a fantasy start for Watson,
who worked at a Wendy's his lesser year in school while tracking down some place to play football and was drafted as a seventh-round pick this year by Kansas City.
The play matched the fourth-longest capture return in Bosses history and assisted them with arising successful in a crunch AFC West competition.