Chiefs 39, Texans 20 — FOURTH QUARTER

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans, 42-34, during Sunday Night Football, remaining the league's final undefeated team heading into Week 6 of the season.

The predictions are a bit more split down the middle when odds are involved.

Combine that with the game being in primetime on the road, and this one may be KC's toughest matchup yet this season.

Tyreek Hill also added an 82 yard punt return for a touchdown.

Watt went down after rushing Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith on a pass play despite there appearing to be nearly no contact.

Watt, the three-time Defensive Player of the Year, was injured in the first quarter and the team announced that he sustained a tibial plateau fracture, but didn't provide any details on how long he'll be out.

Alex Smith finds Charcandrick West for a 7-yard touchdown.

The Chiefs answered immediately. On his way into the end zone, he flashed the peace sign once more. Needless to say, that ruling didn't discourage the receiver from doing it again.

The Chiefs led 3-0 early after a 35-yard field goal by Harrison Butker on their first drive. He's under pressure, but fires off a flawless deep ball. Smith has not thrown an interception in 2017.

The score gave Kansas City a 39-20 lead and essentially clinching the victory.

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