Halftime Recap: Chiefs Score 17 Unanswered Points, Lead Packers, 17-7

Knile Davis and Darrin Reaves have the touchdowns for the Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs lead the Green Bay Packers, 17-7, after two quarters of play at Arrowhead Stadium. Running backs Knile Davis and Darrin Reaves each had a touchdown rushing for the Chiefs.

The first big play of the game came with less than 3 minutes remaining in the first quarter when Ty Montgomery of the Packers broke through the Chiefs line to block a punt by Dustin Colquitt. Colquitt managed to recover, but the Packers got the ball at their own 14. A play later, quarterback Joe Callahan found tight end Jared Cook in the back right part of the end zone for the touchdown.

The Packers led 7-0 after one quarter, but the Chiefs evened the game on the ensuing possession.

After three straight three-and-outs to start the game, QB Tyler Bray converted four first downs before handing it off to Davis for a 5-yard touchdown and 7-7 tie.

The Chiefs added to their lead later in the second quarter, when Bray orchestrated a 10-play drive, largely featuring WR Frankie Hammond Jr., who currently shares a tie for the team lead in receptions with 4. Reaves finished the drive with a 3-yard touchdown as the Chiefs went up 14-7.

Kicker Cairo Santos added a 42-yard field goal as the clock hit zero in the second quarter to give the Chiefs a 17-7 lead into the half.

Defensive lineman Nick Williams and linebacker Dadi Nicolas each sacked Callahan during the first quarter. LB Ramik Wilson forced a key fumble and turnover with the Packers driving late in the second quarter. LB Terrance Smith recovered the football.

Wilson leads the defense in tackles with 5, including 1 for a loss.

Bray finished 10 of 17 for 104 yards passing. De'Anthony Thomas leads the team in yards receiving with 45 on 4 receptions.

Aaron Murray entered the game for Kansas City's final two offensive drives of the half. The Chiefs will receive the ball to begin the third quarter.

With this being the fourth preseason game, the Chiefs had more of a unique starting lineup than usual:

Defensive starters: Kenneth Acker, Marcus Cooper, David King, Dezman Moses, Andy Mulumba, Eric Murray, Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Terrance Smith, Brock Vereen, DJ White, Ramik Wilson

Offensive starters:Tyler Bray, Knile Davis,* *Jordan Devey, Tyreek Hill, Daniel Munyer, Jarrod Pughsley, Jah Reid, James O' Shaughnessy, Zach Sterup, Rod Streater, De'Anthony Thomas

Photos from the Chiefs fourth preseason game against the Green Bay Packers

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