The Chiefs rallied from 17 points down to knock off the defending NFC champion Carolina Panthers. Here is what the team had to say on social media:
The Chiefs visited Charlotte, N.C., for the game.
Eric Stonestreet tuned in for some "Cam-on-Cam" action.
Chiefs linebacker Justin March was watching and tweeting from the comfort of his home as he recovers from hand surgery.
First, on the Eric Berry pick-six:
Then, the Marcus Peters fumble recovery:
The Chiefs stunned the Panthers, scoring 20 unanswered points in a wild 20-17 comeback victory.
Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware are reinventing the "jersey swap" tradition.
Travis Kelce stuck to the classic "jersey swap."
Zach Fulton kicked back with some "Walking Dead" when he got back to Kansas City Sunday night.
The struggle was real for Rakeem Nunez-Roches, who got the first start of his career Sunday.
The Chiefs now have as many come-from-behind-wins as the rest of the league, according to ESPN.