Seattle Seahawks vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Preseason Week 3 Live Score, Analysis
The clock has run out; the game is over.
Seahawks take this one 44-14.
That'll do it, folks. Final score: 44-14 Seahawks.
Thanks for staying with us! Have a good night.
Fittingly, Eachus punches it in. Touchdown Chiefs! 44-14 is now the score.
KC is putting together an impressive drive, mostly on the back of Nate Eaches. That guy is making a strong case for the practice squad.
And Seattle punts. First down Kansas City at the 5.
Ryan Succop misses a 50 yard field goal, and the Seahawks take over at the 33-yard line.
Interestingly enough, the Seahawks re punt due to a gunner touching the ball while being out of bounds.
Also interesting, there appears to be a "Team A" competing in the game.
For the first time tonight, the Seahawks punt, and the ball is downed at the two yard line.
At the end of the third quarter, Tarvaris Jackson is in, and the Seahawks have a 37 point lead. Maybe the fourth quarter could bring some backup fireworks?
Golden Tate returns a punt at the 8 yard line... and takes it to the house! Great blocking by Seattle.
And Brady Quinn enters the game!
Matt Cassel faces pressure and throws to his safety valve, but Earl Thomas cuts off the receiver and it takes it all the way to the house! Touchdown Seattle, 37-7 the score.
A HUGE play by Tony Moeaki gives the Chiefs field position inside the 30! First down Chiefs.
A missed field goal gives the Chiefs favorable field position, just past their own 40-yard line.
Terrell Owens finally catches a pass, this time an unbelievable reception as he was falling backwards.
A promising Chiefs drive is abruptly halted when rookie defender Jaye Howard knocks the ball out of Matt Cassel's hand. The fumble is recovered by Jeron Johnson.
What'd I say. Dexter McCluster. First down Chiefs!
Robert Turbin shoots through the weakside gap, gets a key block, and breaks some tackles all the way to the endzone! Seahawks up, 30-7.
Dorsey walked off the field on his own strength. Thankfully.
Robert Turbin finds a hole and picks up 17 yards. After the play, Glen Dorsey is on the ground, seemingly grasping his knee.
Praying he's ok; no one should rightfully get injured during the preseason.
That's halftime folks. A few thoughts for both teams:
Russell Wilson looks legit. His height doesn't seem to be a factor on the field, and he's displaying very nice touch on all of his passes.That running ability is nothing to laugh at, either.
The Seattle defense, for the most part, has been excellent. Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor has been noticeably absent, and his backups have been a few steps behind of quick Kansas City players on many plays.
Terrell Owens has dropped two passes so far. 'Nuff said.
I don't think Eric Berry got the memo that he was injured for a season. The star defender has been all over the field, making plays in every level of the offense.
Dexter McCluster is the current Chief MVP. His knack for getting open has shown as he consistently has penetrated Seattle's defense. If the Chiefs hope to mount a comeback in the third quarter, short passes to McCluster are the way to go.
Matt Cassel has been solid. When not being pressured, he has made great throws. Perhaps the play that displayed his veteran saavy most was when he batted a tipped pass to the ground, entirely removing the possibility that it could be intercepted.
Russell Wilson displays great accuracy and finds Charly Martin in man coverage for an 11 yard touchdown. Seahawks go up 23-7 just before the end of the half.
Anthony McCoy catches a short Russell Wilson pass and hurdles a defender a la Jerome Simpson, for a first down.
Terrell Owens with two straight dropped passes. He certainly isn't making a case for making the team.
Matt Cassel buys some time with his feet, and hits Dexter McCluster for a TD! Chiefs coming back, and the score is 16-7.
And.... It's a catch!
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