With cut downs to the 53-man roster looming, some of the Kansas City Chiefs players were looking to lock down a spot for the season. Despite their best efforts, the Chiefs fell to Green Bay 24-3 at Lambeau Field.
The fist team saw limited work Thursday night as QB
The running backs were the focus of the first quarter as
The Packers took the lead when RB Alex Green ran for a two-yard touchdown with 7:36 left in the second quarter. K. Mason Crosby’s extra point was good, pushing Green Bay to a 7-3 lead.
With time running out in the first half, Packers QB Graham Harrell made his way to the endzone as he once again found to Green for a 17-yard touchdown, and Crosby’s extra point stretched the lead to 14-3 for the Packers.
Coming out of the halftime intermission, Harrell threw his second touchdown of the night to WR Jarrett Boykin on a slant route for 12 yards. Crosby’s extra point made the score 21-3.
After Green Bay went 59 yards in 12 plays, Crosby kicked a 26-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to increase the Packers lead, 24-3.
With nearly 100 yards last week, RB
The Chiefs season opener is Sunday, Sept. 9th at noon against the Atlanta Falcons.