Chiefs Crash In Denver, 49-29

From Invesco Field, Denver

Back in the first days of January 2010, the Chiefs finished up their 2009 season with a rousing 20-point victory over the Broncos at Invesco Field.

In the middle of November, the Chiefs returned to Denver and quite possibly took the worst kicking of the Todd Haley Era, losing 49-20 to the Broncos in a game they never had a shot to win.

Before the first quarter was over, Denver had 21 points. The Chiefs at one time in the first half trailed 35-0. There was never a point where they had a chance to compete.

Broncos QB Kyle Orton threw for four touchdown passes, while Blue Springs High product WR Brandon Lloyd caught two touchdown passes and RB Knowshon Moreno ran for 106 yards and caught a touchdown pass.

On the Chiefs side, QB Matt Cassel threw for 469 yards, but most of that was in the second half (300 yards and four touchdown passes of his won. WR Dwayne Bowe caught 13 passes for 186 yards and two touchdowns.

There were plenty of story lines around the game and we’ve got it all covered here:

2 Responses to “Chiefs Crash In Denver, 49-29”

  • November 15, 2010  - el cid says:

    Forgettting all my complaining for a moment, there is something that really bugs me. It sort of ties to the “non” handshake, why does our head coach look like he lives under a bridge? He needs a shower and a shave. I know I am petty but it you are class, you have to look and act like class. Recall Hank Stram, even at his worst he looked like a winner. Sorry to waste this space.

  • November 15, 2010  - Michael says:

    And yet, you did.

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