• Observations from Chiefs' first half

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 29, 2013
    Some observations at halftime from Arrowhead Stadium, where the Kansas City Chiefs lead the Green Bay Packers 13-6 in Thursday's preseason finale: The Chiefs may have played the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, but their focus was clearly on Jacksonville. Rookie quarterback Tyler Bray excited a crowd announced at 65,053 by throwing three touchdown passes as the Chiefs rolled up their most points in a preseason game since scoring 31 against Seattle in 2003. That means Rodgers’ preseason action will hav...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs beat Packers with backup players in preseason finale

      The Chiefs may have played the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, but their focus was clearly on Jacksonville. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid held out all of his starters in the preseason finale, a 30-8 win at Arrowhead Stadium, and kept them rested and …
  • Chiefs get through preseason unscathed and ready to show off new team

    After the Chiefs beat Green Bay 30-8 on Thursday, there's no more need to spend time trying to sort out what any of this incomprehensible mush of preseason football means. No, the Chiefs don't open until Sept. 8 at Jacksonville, and Game Week isn't unti…
  • Rodgers sits in Packers' preseason finale

    Although he was not one of the pregame scratches, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not play in Thursday’s preseason finale at Kansas City, the team announced shortly before kickoff. The team also announced shortly before kickoff that lin…
    Source: ESPN.com

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