The Green Bay Packers failed to stay unbeaten as they fell to the Kansas City Chiefs 19-14 in Week 15. Entering the game 13-0, the Packers put together their worst performance of the season on the road at Arrowhead Stadium, and the Chiefs capitalized.
While it was far from pretty from the Packers' perspective, a lot of credit must be given to the Chiefs, who executed their game plan brilliantly. They kept Aaron Rodgers off the field by sustaining drives with their running game and short dink-and-dunk passing game, using screen passes to eliminate the Packers' blitz package and playing two-deep safeties in order to avoid giving up the big play.
In their weakest showing of the season, none of the Packers starters deserved an A grade. The offensive starters were terrible according to Packers' standards, but the defense played fairly well outside of not coming up with a turnover.