Every questionable call from the end of Packers-Chiefs, ranked

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The Green Bay Packers shocked the world by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, a win that moves them into a playoff spot.

Jordan Love put in another outstanding performance, throwing for 267 yards and three touchdowns with a passer rating of 118.6. Love outplayed Patrick Mahomes, leading the Packers to a statement victory over the Super Bowl champions.

There's so much credit to go around. Joe Barry's defense gave up plays, but holding the Chiefs' offense to 19 points and forcing a turnover is a major win. Matt LaFleur put together a creative game plan. The offensive line limited the Chiefs to two sacks and helped Green Bay average 5.2 yards per carry.

Ranking all four poor decisions in final moments of Packers win over Chiefs

However, it's impossible to discuss this game without mentioning the officials. They grabbed the spotlight late in the fourth quarter, making questionable call after questionable call, affecting both teams.

The Packers benefitted from two non-calls late in the game but were also flagged for two ridiculous penalties. It's frustrating how often the officials save their worst calls for the most important moments.

So, let's dive in. Four notable decisions on the Chiefs' final drive left fans wondering whether the officials knew the rules. Here they are, ranked.