Hunt was relatively quiet for much of Monday night, at least by the absurd standards he has set as a kid drafted out of Toledo with the 86th overall pick. And yet, on the fourth-quarter drive that saw the Chiefs take a 20-17 lead, Hunt was the freshest and most physical player on the Arrowhead Stadium field.
“When I get my fifth step in the ground and get some head of steam and get rolling,” Hunt said, “it’s pretty tough to bring me down. So I was able to just make some people miss on the second level.”
11:34 p.m. — Field goal, Patriots. Gostkowski makes a 48-yarder to put New England up by five.
11:29 p.m. — The Bucs will attempt an onside kick here . . . and they are penalized for being offside. New England’s Ebner recovers and the Pats will get the ball with 2:08 left.
11:24 p.m. — Touchdown, Bucaneers. A big conversion on third-and-long from Winston to Jackson brings the Bucs to the Pats’ 18 with 2:15 remaining. Winston’s 18-yard pass in double coverage is complete to Brate. Folk makes the PAT, and the score is 16-14.
11:12 p.m. — Jackson breaks through the Pats’ defense after a short pass and complete a gain of 41 yards. The Bucs started this drive inside their 10 and Cheap Jerseys MLB have moved downfield quickly. Winston’s pass to Brate in the end zone is incomplete, bringing up second-and-goal. Winston scrambles for a touchdown on third down, but it’s called back because of a penalty. He then throws incomplete to Evans. That brings out Folk again.
9:40 p.m. — Touchdown, Patriots. Brady, who isn’t getting much help Cheap Jerseys NCAA Basketball from his O-line, passes 6 yards to Chris Hogan with 3:42 left before halftime. New England is up 10-7.