Seahawks-Chiefs Recap: Backups Battle in KC
In this battle of backup QB's the Seattle Seahawks came up short, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Seattle Seahawks lost starting quarterback Matt Hasselbeck to a knee sprain last week and stepping in for him was fourth year QB Senecca Wallace. For the Kansas City Chiefs veteran QB Damon Huard stepped in for the injured Trent Green who has been out with head injury for a few weeks. With both starting quarterbacks out, a low scoring game seemed to be on the docket. That happened to not be the case, with the Chiefs winning by seven in an old fashion shoot-out.
The Kansas City offense was firing on all cylinders today with a balance of runs and passes. Back up QB Damon Huard did more than just manage the offense, throwing for more than three hundred yards. His favorite target on the day was tight end Tony Gonzalez, who reeked havoc through the Seahawks defensive backfield all day. The real star for the Chiefs offense on the day was Larry Johnson. Johnson was superb running the ball and even better near the goal line, scoring a career high four touchdowns. The Chiefs were not as good on defense and allowed Senecca Wallace time and lanes to throw. Corner back Ty Law had a particularly hard day, dropping a sure interception and falling down and allowing a long touch down to Darrell Jackson. On special teams, Dante Hall was electric as usual, but a major gaffe by holder Dustin Colquitt resulted in a Seattle touchdown.
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