The Kansas City Chiefs are leading the Cleveland Browns, 21-15, at halftime on Sunday afternoon.
Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 12-of-17 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns in the half, finding tailback Kareem Hunt for a 50-yard score on Kansas City's opening possession.
It marked an eighth-straight game with a touchdown for Hunt - who grew up just outside of Cleveland - matching the longest streak in the NFL this season and the longest for a member of the Chiefs since Jamaal Charles in 2014.
The Chiefs were back in the end zone on their next possession as Mahomes connected with tight end Travis Kelce - another Northeast Ohio native - for an 11-yard score.
Hunt extended the lead on Kansas City's third possession of the half, carrying the ball in from a yard out. It was the second-year tailback' 12th touchdown of the year, which already surpasses his total (11) from all of 2017.
As a whole, Kansas City is averaging 11.9 yards per play in the contest.
Catch the second half of action on CBS (KCTV5 local) and 101.1 The Fox.