The Rams-Chiefs Monday Night Football game certainly lived up to the hype. Los Angeles outlasted Kansas City 54-51 in an incredible game that had a bit of everything.

That’s especially the case on the offensive side of the ball, of course. In fact, this is the first game in NFL history that both teams scored at least 50 points. Entering this game, NFL teams that scored 50+ points were 216-0.

So, that’s incredible, but not entirely shocking seeing as how the game had the highest NFL over/under on record.

Still, the over hitting during the third quarter is pretty nuts.

And there are even some crazier statistical nuggets to come out of the game.

Like, the 14 touchdowns scored in the game are more than the Buffalo Bills (13) have scored all season.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had more yards on offense (501) in their 16-3 loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 10 than the Rams did in this game (which they scored 54 points).

The 54 points makes for the same amount the Rams scored over their final six games of 2016.

And Patrick Mahomes threw a Monday Night Football record six touchdown passes… in a game he also had five turnovers.

These are just a few of the many, many crazy stats and facts to come out of the instant classic.

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