33-29 win, throwing 337 yards with 3 touchdowns
Kansas City, Missouri-Patrick Mahoms passed for 337 yards with 3 touchdowns and another touchdown. Yesterday’s terrible first-half game against Cleveland Browns saw the Kansas City Chiefs go 33-29. This score beat their January division playoffs.
The Chiefs won five consecutive games against Cleveland, including their 22-17 win in the playoffs and their 15th consecutive victory in September. Andy Reid also won 100 games with the two teams they played.
Tyreek Hills caught 11 passes for an impressive 197 yards. Travis Kelce caught it and scored two touchdowns. At halftime, the Chiefs were 22-10. The Chiefs recovered from their loss.
Baker Mayfield was able to throw for 321 yards. However, Chiefs cornerback Mike Hughes intercepted him with just 1:09 remaining in game. Nick Chubb ran for 83 yard and two touchdowns. Jarvis Landry, Kareem Hunter and Jarvis Landry also had touchdown runs.
The cafe? The cafe’s record has dropped to 1 win and 21 defeats since 1999 when they returned to Cleveland. This makes their NFL record of 17 consecutive losses. They have not won their first away match since 1994.
This game was a physical-defensive playoff rematch between Kansas City and Kansas City. Backup quarterback Chad Henne made the fourth pass, to Terik Hill, one minute before the end of the game. In many cases, it was my first knockdown.
Sunday saw little defense.
In the second period, the Chiefs found an offensive balance. Clyde Edwards – Helaire rode Clyde Edwards – Helaire on the court before Mahomes and Kelce connected. This was the end of the second quarter. Most important was Kansas City’s poor defense, which kept Mayfield from the court.
To maintain their half-time score, the Browns attempted twice to enter Red Zone of Chiefs. Chubb scored his first touchdown. Jarvis Landry scored the fourth in the second quarter. Then, Chubb ran 18 yard through a large hole in Chiefs’ reconstruction line. This rewritten the score at halftime. 22-10
The Chiefs converted Chubb’s error on Harrison Batek’s second shot.
The Chiefs failed to take action when the Browns attempted to sabotage themselves. Kevin Stefanski’s team responded immediately, scoring seven 75-yard kicks-his fourth time in a long time-and former Chiefs running back Hunter scored 29- with 10 minutes and 24 seconds left in the game. The game was won by 20 points.
The Browns didn’t beat themselves.