Overall Game Grade: D
Easily an F if the starting unit didn't have as much success against the Green Bay starters. Aaron Rodgers struggled in limited action.
Once the backups came in, the game got out of hand quickly. The Packers boast one of the deepest receiving corps in the NFL, and they torched the Kansas City secondary.
The Chiefs desperately miss Brandon Flowers, and they will need him to be healthy next week against Atlanta.
It seems like the defense has stopped the bleeding in the final quarter after Graham Harrell left the game. B.J. Coleman came in and was not as successful as his predecessor.
The run defense was stout again. Take that with a grain of salt, considering the Packers do not feature a high quality rushing attack.
Another drive, another touchdown for Graham Harrell and the Packer offense. Harrell has looked fantastic tonight in Green Bay's no-huddle offense.
There was a noticeable difference when the second unit entered the game, and it was remarkably visible in the quality of the pass defense.
Quarterback Graham Harrell sparked the Packers and led them on their first touchdown drive during the second quarter.
Secondary depth was thought to be a real strength of this team, but guys like Chandler Fenner are not cutting it tonight.
The Packers scored two touchdowns in the second, including a 93-play drive to conclude the half.
During Green Bay’s first offensive play, Jovan Belcher caused Cedric Benson to fumble, but Kansas City failed to recover.
The Kansas City starting defense looked sharp. The first team did not allow a first down to Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the Packers’ starters, and they were only called for one penalty.
Glenn Dorsey looked strong at the point of attack, and the linebackers were in on many tackles.