2. Justin Watson's 33-Yard Catch on 3rd-and-18 vs. Minnesota Vikings - Week 5
This was such an awesome play.
Just like Mahomes' scramble, this long conversion to open the second half of Chiefs vs. Vikings looked eerily similar.
Watson has been Mahomes' best deep threat this year and no play better illustrates their chemistry than this one. With fans on edge about the wide receivers and concerned about the offense overall, Watson's reliability has been a big boost.
He has just 14 catches but 276 yards, good for an average of 19.7 that leads all qualified NFL receivers.
Despite missing time with an injury, Watson remains a surprisingly vital part of this offense. We can expect a couple of deep shots a game, and this fantastic play proves Watson is more than capable of delivering more highlights.
Can we get a drumroll, please? There can only be one play to lead them all as the best of the season thus far. If I'm being honest, it was an obvious choice.