Rashee Rice extends Chiefs' lead with 39-yard TD

The Kansas City Chiefs took a 28-17 lead over the Las Vegas Raiders in the 4th quarter on Sunday.

The Chiefs touchdown came on a 39-yard pass from quarterback Patrick Mahomes to rookie wide receiver Rashee Rice.

On a crucial 3rd down play, Rice caught the pass at the 35-yard line and ran towards the left sideline.

Rice broke a tackle attempt by Raiders cornerback Nate Hobbs near the endzone and scored.

Mahomes' 39-yard TD pass was his 2nd longest of the season. His longest was 46 yards.

Rice became the first Chiefs wide receiver to gain 30+ yards after the catch on a receiving touchdown since JuJu Smith-Schuster last season.

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