Weird last drive for Packers-Chiefs had doubtful call, suspect no-call, and Isiah Pacheco ejection

The Green Bay Packers won Sunday night after a chaotic last two minutes that included an expulsion of a key Kansas City Chiefs offensive player, a questionable call, and a controversial no-call involving Patrick Mahomes.

Jordan Love's performance helped the Packers upset the Chiefs 27-19 at Lambeau Field. The win moved them to 6-6 and maintained head coach Matt LaFleur's perfect December record.

The game ended chaotically with numerous dubious calls and one ejection in the last two minutes as Mahomes and the Chiefs drove to force OT.

This was the easiest incidence, so start here. After a brief confrontation with Packers cornerback Keisean Nixon, the Chiefs running back punched Nixon's head near the sideline.

The punch was plainly thrown, but the broadcast didn't show it, leaving supporters startled when his dismissal was announced. That always results in expulsion.

Pacheco had a good night otherwise. He ran for 110 yards and a score on 18 carries. He caught three passes for 13 yards. Nixon had five stops and a crucial Packers interception late.

After the play failed, Mahomes scrambled right for a first down on the last drive. He took out for the sideline first-down marker after catching a lane.

Safety Jonathan Owens drilled Mahomes hard before he left. So a 15-yard personal foul was called.