Minnesota Vikings vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Both teams are looking to salvage their season with a victory in this game.
As for the all-time series, the Chiefs hold a 6-4 edge against the Vikings, which includes a 13-10 win back in 2007 at Arrowhead.
This game will also mark the first matchup between Vikings defensive end Jared Allen and his former team, the Chiefs.
Allen played there from 2004-07, before he was traded for draft picks prior to the 2008 season.
It should be an interesting game, and with both squads coming into this matchup without any wins, something has to give.
Stay tuned here for all the latest news and updates on the game.
Jackie Battle picks up the first down and the Chiefs proceed to run out the clock from there. KC wins 22-17 over the Vikings Big win for the Chiefs as they go to 1-3 and Minnesota drops to a disappointing 0-4 to begin their season. Thanks for keeping up with today's game. Until next time, I'm Chiefs FC Bill Robbins and Go Chiefs!
Chiefs stop Vikings on fourth down. KC takes over at their own 41 with 1:38 remaining in the game. The Chiefs can smell their first victory now.
Big-time 23-yard run by Vikings receiver Percy Harvin. 1st and 10 for Minnesota at the Chiefs 41-yard line as we have hit the two minute warning in this game.
Chiefs only pick up eight on third down, but Colquitt with an amazing 62-yard punt. First down Vikings inside their own 15-yard line with just over four minutes left.
Big third down upcoming for the KC offense. Just over five minutes left to go in the game and the Chiefs are only up by five at this point.
Touchdown Vikings on a one-yard strike from McNabb to wideout Michael Jenkins. 22-17 KC with just 5:50 left. Who wants this one more? We will find out soon.
Vikings go for it in fourth down after a big Tamba Hali sack and convert deep inside Chiefs territory. Stay tuned, this is starting to get interesting.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin with a 23-yard run. Minnesota in business inside KC territory.
Touchdown Chiefs! Matt Cassel hits Dwayne Bowe for a beautiful 52-yard catch and run to put Kansas City up 22-10 over Minnesota with just under 14 minutes left in the game. Cassel now up to 253 passing yards and one TD on the day.
Chiefs' D forces the Vikings offense into yet another three and out. First down Kansas City at the KC 40-yard line. Let's see what else Matt Cassel has in him today.
The drive ends with yet another Ryan Succop field goal. This one was from 22 yards out. The Chiefs had the ball inside the 10-yard line, but just couldn't cash it in. 15-10 KC with seconds left in the third.
Chiefs and Cassel moving the ball with ease. It's nice to see another solid drive for the KC offense again today.
Succop hits a career-long 54-yard FG for KC. He is on fire today! Chiefs back up 12-10 with just over five minutes left in the third quarter.
Ryan Longwell nails a 33-yard FG for MIN. Vikings reclaim the lead at 10-9 nearly halfway through the third period.
McNabb finds Shiancoe for a first-down inside the Chiefs' 35 yard-line. The Vikings offense looks like they are in a good rhythm to start the third quarter.
Chiefs offense starts the second off with a three and out. 1st down Vikings at the Chiefs' 46-yard line. Let's see MIN plays from behind coming out of halftime for the first time this season.
Ryan Succop hits a 51-yard FG to put the Chiefs up 9-7 at the half. Succop went 3-3 on field goal attempts in the first half. This is a great sign for him and the Chiefs. Hopefully he can keep it up in the second half and beyond.
Chiefs offense moving right along. First down KC after a pass from Cassel to Colbert to the Vikings 33-yard line.
Chiefs defense holds again on third down and long for the Vikings. DE Wallace Gilberry's pressure forces the incompletion from McNabb. First down Chiefs at their own 20-yard line with 2:22 to go in the first half.
Succop with a 24-yard FG after another solid Chiefs drive. 7-6 Vikings. Also, Haley and Cassel get into it on the sidelines after Cassel throw the ball into the ground on third down. Things are getting very interesting in Kansas City these days.
First big play of the day for the Kansas City offense. Cassel with a 43-yard strike to WR Steve Breason. First down Chiefs.
Chiefs CB Brandon Carr with a big INT as he picks off an errant pass from McNabb and takes it to the KC 35-yard line. First down Chiefs!
After review, the call was reversed and it will be 2nd down for the Vikings at the KC 33-yard line. And Harvin with another 1st down on yet another running play.
All-day Adrian Peterson loses the ball for the first time this season. The play is currently under review. More to come on the outcome soon.
Chiefs hold on third and one. Derrick Johnson with a huge tackle on Rudolph to set up 4th down for the Vikes.
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