Patrick Mahomes: I must throw, you cannot want a flag.

The officiating crew made several questionable calls and non-calls in Sunday night's Packers win over the Chiefs, including not penalizing Packers defensive back Carrington Valentine for interfering with Chiefs wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling on a deep throw in the final seconds.

No penalty was issued when Valentine seemed to hit Valdes-Scantling before Patrick Mahomes' ball reached the receiver, and referee Brad Allen told a pool reporter after the game that officials observed "no material restriction" to the receiver.

. A penalty would have put the Chiefs within the 10-yard line, but three more failed throws stopped their drive.

Mahomes claimed after the game that Valentine's contact came too early and that he had "to make the throw" to take the game away from the referees.

“It is, man. “Obviously the guy was probably a little early, but at the end of the game they're letting guys play,” Mahomes stated in his postgame news conference. Kind of about it.

I  rather you let the boys play and win on the field. The work is hard, dude. I can't want a flag in such circumstance. I must attempt to win the game with my teammates."

The Chiefs took advantage of a controversial late hit penalty on Packers safety Jonathan Owens for touching Mahomes at the conclusion of a running play earlier in the drive.

 Kansas City missed several chances before Valdes-Scantling's throw in the last minute, as they made the lone turnover of the game on an interception in the fourth quarter and allowed Packers scores on three of Green Bay's first four possessions.