Reigning Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs needed overtime to see off the Los Angeles Chargers 23-20 in Week 2.
Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and Lamar Jackson each ran for more yards individually than the Texans did as a team in the latest embarrassment for Houston's run defense. Ten days earlier, the Texans allowed 166 yards rushing to the Kansas City Chiefs in their season-opening loss. The Baltimore Ravens, who had the league's best rushing attack last season, were clearly paying attention.
Ingram couldn't hold back his enthusiasm after a terrific TD run.