KANSAS CITY- The pregame festivities and flyover marking Military Appreciation Day were short lived as the Bengals proved too much, topping the Chiefs 28-6.
Both teams were forced to punt on their opening drives before Kansas City produced an eight-play drive, covering 59 yards, including a 22-yard strike from QB
The Bengals began the very next drive on their own 22-yard line and faced a fourth and three situation on their own 29. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis pulled a fake punt out of his bag of tricks that led to a 32-yard gain by HB Cedric Peerman and a Bengals first down. Cincinnati overcame another fourth down before QB Andy Dalton found WR A.J. Green in the end zone for a four-yard TD. The score was Green’s ninth-consecutive game with a TD, longest in team history making the score 7-3.
The next scoring drive came for the opposition when Dalton, who was 18 of 29, for 230 yards and two TDs, capped a five-play, 57-yard drive with a one-yard TD run. 14-3 Bengals.
Both teams later exchanged scoreless drives before Bengals RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis ended an 11-play, 79-yard drive with a score from one yard out. Up by 18, the Bengals never looked back.
Trying to gain any momentum possible with :53 seconds remaining in the half, Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel drove his team to move the chains. Chiefs QB Matt Cassel found WR
The third quarter signified the nod to have
The Chiefs fall to 1-9 and host the Denver Broncos next Sunday at 12pm.