Chiefs Open Pre-Season with 41-39 Victory Over Cincy

From Arrowhead Stadium

The Chiefs began their 2014 pre-season schedule with an explosion of points, as offense, defense and special teams all contributed touchdowns in a 41-39 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The game featured 80 points, 10 touchdowns and five turnovers that helped produce nearly half of those points in a game that had a host of ups and downs for both teams. The Chiefs put 41 points on the board, more than they have in a pre-season game since 1996.

In the end it made for a good start to the four-game exhibition schedule. Here’s our coverage from the Chiefs victory:

One Response to “Chiefs Open Pre-Season with 41-39 Victory Over Cincy”

  • August 8, 2014  - el cid says:

    Overal, OL need time, Fisher needs to get a lot better or Smith better start rolling out to the right. Defense, when first stringers play together, decent first preseason game. Special teams is ahead, hope they do not all get cut when roster gets to 53.

    WR is still an issue to me. Jenkins and Hemmingway did not even get on the field (Baldwin cut by DET, guess he is done). We seem to have Bowe and multiple good looking #4 WR role players.

    Sloppy game due to no Berry and penalties. Fun to watch.

    PS We may have signed the wrong CFL WR. SD had one who had over 100 yards receiving. Could really stretch the field.

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