Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Live Score, Video and Analysis
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The Green Bay Packers road to perfection has came to a tragic end in Kansas City.
The Chiefs shock the world and defeat the Packers.
After firing Todd Haley, the Chiefs announced that Romeo Crennel would be the interim head coach and a candidate to become the head coach of the Chiefs in 2012. With a big win over the Packers, Crennel is now far ahead of many candidates that have been mentioned by the media.
The Chiefs struggled finding the end zone and were forced to kick four field goals despite being only a couple of yards away from the promise land multiple times. However, Kyle Orton, the new starting quarterback for the Chiefs, led the Chiefs inside the red zone.
Jackie Battle eventually pounded his way in to help the Chiefs get their only touchdown of the game.
The Packers had two touchdowns of their own, one on a pass from Rodgers to Donald Driver and another from a Rodgers run. But it was not enough to remain undefeated as the Chiefs prevailed and gave the Packers their first loss in over a year.
The Chiefs top the celebration off with a Gatorade shower for Romeo Crennel!
It looks like one fan showed up prepared to this game!
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It is over. The Chiefs stop the Packers undefeated journey.
The Chiefs are 2 minutes away from ending the Packers road to perfection.
Aaron Rodgers runs it in to keep the Packers alive.
Packers are driving and trying to go as fast as they can with the clock working against them. Now inside the red zone.
The Chiefs have a two-score lead! The Green Bay Packers road to perfection is in jeopardy!
The Chiefs are at the five-yard line!
That was Allen Bailey's first career sack. The Chiefs are 8:50 away from winning.
The Chiefs need another score, but keep the ball in bounds and don't allow any incompletions. If they do so, the Packers will suffer their first loss of the season.
Derek Sherrod is about to leave the game while filling in for an already hurt Bryan Bulaga.
An offensive guard, Evan Dietrich-Smith, will play tackle for the Packers. Let's see if this gives the Chiefs a better shot at sacking Aaron Rodgers. Tamba Hali and Justin Houston have formed a dangerous duo at outside linebacker lately.
Aaron Rodgers seems to find the closest player to him when under pressure like that.
The Chiefs struggle again inside the red zone. Romeo Crennel did not want to risk losing another opportunity for points, despite being that close.
Defenses bite on the play-action on first-and-goal at the two. The Chiefs have not done a play-action pass when they are yards away from the end zone.
Check this video for an example.
The Chiefs are threatening! Leonard Pope with a huge catch inside the five!
What a shift! The Packers forgo the field goal due to the wind, but suffer a loss with an incomplete pass on fourth down.
Here is the fourth quarter. The Packers have not trailed in the fourth quarter in 20 games.
The officials say Brandon Carr did not have possession. Carr also had a foot on the white chalk on that end zone pass.
Bad challenge by Crennel.
Rodgers is trying to do what he did on the last drive. Relax, take his time and zip it to the open man.
High snap, but Ryan Succop regains the lead by making his 20th consecutive field goal.
Good job by Orton and the Chiefs by trying to get into field goal range.
The penalties are getting to the Chiefs. That last penalty and loss of yards pushed them out of field goal range.
The offense has been interesting on this drive, to say the least. Momentum has jumped up and down.
Leonard Pope with a huge gain, however, Jonathan Baldwin killed the momentum by dropping a pass at the three-yard line.
Aaron Rodgers finds Donald Driver for the first touchdown of the game.
The Packers clearly constructed their best drive of the game right there. The red zone defense for the Packers really paid off with those big stops. This gives the Packers their first lead of the game.
Rodgers finds Finley for a 40-yard gain inside the red zone. For the first time today.
Minus the QB kneel before halftime, the Chiefs have gone three-and-out on their last two drives.
The Chiefs offense is a little out of sync now after being able to move the ball efficiently in the first half.
Derek Sherrod will play in place of Bryan Bulaga when the Packers get the ball back.. Bulaga is off to the locker room.
With the issues already surrounding the Packers today, this is the last thing they need.
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