Seattle got on the board first with a 36-yard field goal from K Steven Hauschka with 7:29 left on the clock in the first quarter.
After a quick appearance and a three-and-out from the Chiefs offense the defense returned to the field. Quarterback Russell Wilson passed deep right to WR Braylon Edwards for 32 yards. After a two yard gain followed by an incomplete pass Wilson was sacked at the Chiefs 21 yard line. But Hauschka kicked a 39-yard field goal to make it 6-0 with 1:55 left in the first.
In the second quarter CB
Inching their way down the field the Chiefs made it to the 25-yard line before punting 37 yards.
After only three plays TE Kellen Winslow caught a 21-yard pass from Wilson in the end zone and Hauschka’s extra point gave the Seahawks a 16-point lead.
Bowe caught a first down pass for nine yards from Cassel and it seemed to light a spark in the Chiefs offense. The Chiefs marched down the field in the second quarter as the Chiefs entered a no huddle and the tempo began to pick up.
Cassel threw to RB
Less than a minute left in the first half the Seahawks once again made their way down the field and into the end zone. An 11-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to WR Charly Martin increased the score to 23-7 as the teams made their way to the locker room for halftime. Seattle’s drive was extended by two roughing the passer penalties on OLB
At the start of the third quarter RB Robert Turbin ran for a 25-yard touchdown and Hauschka’s kick pushed the score up 30-7.
With less than five minutes left in the third Cassel’s pass intended for TE
A 57-yard punt from K Matt Szymanski was returned by WR Golden Tate for 92 yards and a touchdown. Hauschka’s field goal made the score 44-7 with 2:12 left in the third.
The leading rusher for the night
Kansas City, now 1-2 in the preseason, wraps up its exhibition schedule next Thursday in Green Bay.