The Kansas City Bosses crushed the Denver Mustangs, 34-28, on Sunday in a game where Patrick Mahomes tossed three scores

as well as three captures, and Russell Wilson left with a blackout. With their tenth consecutive misfortune,

the Horses were disposed of from season finisher conflict. The Bosses improved to 10-3.

Wilson was precluded in the final quarter with a blackout after he attempted to run the ball in for a score

and was handled shy of the objective line, with his head raising a ruckus around town. Reinforcement Brett Rypien came in for the Horses.

On what might have handily been an expendable play right off the bat in the challenge,

Mahomes associated with Jerick McKinnon on a no-look scoop pass, and McKinnon took it 56 yards to the house. The Bosses went up 13-0.

McKinnon found the end zone again in the subsequent quarter, this time on a 10-yard gathering to stretch out the Bosses lead to 20-0.

The Bosses protection got the group in the end zone for the third time in the game with a pick-six from Willie Gay.

The Mustangs got on the board two times in the subsequent quarter, the two scores coming from Jerry Jeudy.

The first was a 18-yard gathering and the second was a 5-yard get with only nine seconds left in the half. 

Denver's two scores came following Mahomes interferences. The Mustangs came out huge in the last part

with a 66-yard score gathering from Marlon Mack. Kansas City answered with a JuJu Smith-Schuster score to put them up 34-21.