Halftime Recap: Patriots Lead Chiefs, 14-6, in New England

Cairo Santos has hit two field goals for the Chiefs

The New England Patriots lead the Kansas City Chiefs, 14-6, at halftime from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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The Patriots started the game with possession of the football and quarterback Tom Brady brought the team down the field in 11 plays, converting three third downs in the process. Brady finished with an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski.

The Chiefs narrowed the Patriots lead with a 34-yard field goal on the next possession, and the score was 7-3 after one quarter of play.

New England extended its lead late in the second quarter. Starting at his own 2-yard line, Brady drove the Patriots offense 98 yards down the field, capping the drive off with a 1-yard sneak for a touchdown to make it 14-3.

Santos added another field goal with less than 15 seconds to go in the half to cut the Patriots lead to 14-6.

Running back Charcandrick West leads the Chiefs with 54 yards rushing on 9 carries. Brady is 17 of 25 for 157 yards passing and the touchdown. Safety Ron Parker leads the Chiefs with 5 total tackles (3 solo).

Both wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and linebacker Justin Houston have played for the Chiefs in limited capacities.

The Chiefs will receive the ball to begin the second half.

Photos of the game action from the Chiefs vs. Patriots Divisional Playoff game.

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