Mahomes throws 2 TDs and Chiefs hang on to beat Dolphins 21-14 in Germany

Patrick Mahomes said teammate Bryan Cook looked as if he was running 

the anchor leg of a 4x100-meter track and field relay on his touchdown

The Chiefs safety took a fumble return 59 yards for

what turned out to be an important touchdown in

Kansas City's 21-14 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Deutsche Bank Park

“He got those knees up and was rolling down the field,” Mahomes said.

Huge play that obviously mattered a ton in the game

Mahomes threw two touchdown passes and the Chiefs (7-2) did

 just enough to slow the NFL’s top-ranked offense in the first-ever regular season game in Frankfurt

Germany, but the defending Super Bowl champions nearly blew a big lead

Miami's comeback fell short when quarterback Tua Tagovailoa couldn't handle

a snap on fourth-and-10 from the Kansas City 31 with 1:03 to play

“I’m always going to blame myself — I’ve got to catch the ball,” Tagovailoa said

“Can’t end the game like that when we have an opportunity like that against a really good team

Mahomes connected on first-half scoring passes to Rashee Rice and Jerick McKinnon

as Miami (6-3) kept getting stuck in third-and-long situations

The Dolphins also fell to 0-3 on the season against teams with winning records

Mahomes finished 20 of 30 for a season-low 185 yards in his European debut, but 

the Chiefs’ offense struggled in the second half

Tight end Travis Kelce had just three catches for 14 yards

which was just enough to become the franchise's career leader in receiving yards

Hill finished with a team-high eight catches for 62 yards

Taylor Swift was a no-show, as was Miami’s offense early on