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AFC Wild Card: Chiefs (51) Browns (11)

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Bluebean, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. Bluebean

    Bluebean Kansas City Chiefs

    Oct 8, 2009
    The Kansas City Chiefs begin the OMFL Playoffs on absolute fire as they score 49 1st half points and put it on cruise control for the rest of the game as they dismantle the Cleveland Browns by a score of 51-11 in the AFC wildcard game. Coach Greg stuck it out as all the calls and bad breaks went against him and it just snowballed on the Cleveland Browns from there. The Chiefs opened up the game on a 101 yard KO return for a TD by Jamaal Charles and everything was clicking on all cylinders. Here is a quick scoring summary:

    1st Quarter:

    Chiefs: 101 yard KR TD by Jammal Charles Chiefs: 7-0
    Chiefs: 3 yd TD run by Thomas Jones Chiefs: 14-0
    Chiefs: 53 yd INT TD by Tamba Hali Chiefs: 21-0
    Browns: 52 yd FG by Phil Dawson Chiefs: 21-3

    2nd Quarter:

    Chiefs: 9 yd TD run by Thomas Jones Chiefs: 28-3
    Chiefs: 26 yd TD rec by C. Chambers Chiefs: 35-3
    Chiefs: 26 yd TD run by Thomas Jones Chiefs: 42-3
    Chiefs: 43 yd TD rec by C. Chambers Chiefs: 49-3

    3rd Quarter:

    Browns: 2 yd TD rec by Josh Cribbs Chiefs: 49-11

    4th Quarter:

    Chiefs: Team Safety Holding Penalty Chiefs: 51-11

    Divisional Round: New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs
  2. sammymitchell25

    sammymitchell25 Walk On

    Oct 12, 2009
    WOW, go K.C., represent the AFC West
  3. greeeeeeeeg2003

    greeeeeeeeg2003 Walk On

    Jul 26, 2010
    GG man. Unfortately as the write up says every holding call or bad pass went against the Brownies. At least the brief playoff push will hep McCoy progress in the off season and work on that depleted accuracy of his.

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