From Lambeau Field, Green Bay
What has been a dreadful three weeks of pre-season games ended for the Chiefs on Thursday night. The Green Bay Packers took a 24-3 victory and the Chiefs were left to consider an exhibition schedule with three straight defeats.
Early in the game, the Chiefs did some good things and even No. 2 quarterback Brady Quinn cane in and moved the team. But he blew a big scoring opportunity with an end zone interception when he tried to force a throw to the back line for WR Jamar Newsome.
The Chiefs finished 1-3 on the pre-season and returned home to Kansas City to work on slicing their roster to 53 players by the 8 p.m. CDT deadline.
Here’s what we have for you from Titletown USA:
- GAME STORY: Just another familiar ending for Chiefs.
- COLUMN: Time for Chiefs to find answers; Atlanta is coming.
- SIDEBAR: Offense keeps it basic.
- SIDEBAR: Eachus leaves it all on the field.
- SIDEBAR: Dontari enjoys first NFL start.
- SIDEBAR: Updating the injury situation.
- SIDEBAR: Please NFL – bring back real zebras.
- NOTES: No. 2 defense struggles & penalties.
- Pre-Game coverage.