Chiefs Lose To Broncos, Cap Miserable Season


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The Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up their miserable 2012 season with one more miserable loss to the Denver Broncos.

The game’s result means the Broncos will have the #1 seed in the AFC side of the playoffs and that the Kansas City Chiefs will have the #1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Here are some notes on the game, not that it matters.

First Half:

Quinn: 6-11 for 44 yards

Charles: 9 carries for 34 yards

The only real excitement in the first half for the Chiefs came when the Broncos fumbled the ball right into the hands of CB Brandon Flowers. Flowers looked like he was going return the fumble for a TD but the Chiefs were unable to block Peyton Manning out of the way. Manning was able to slow Flowers down enough that the CB was eventually tackled short of the goal line. The KC offense, pathetic as usual, was unable to get the ball into the end zone and so they settled for a FG.

The only other thing the Chiefs did on offense in the first half was drive down into Denver territory so they could miss a FG.

Oh, and the Broncos scored three touchdowns.

Second Half:

The Donkeys came out, easily moving the ball in the second half. Come to think of it, the second half reminded me a lot of the first half. The Broncos scored on their first drive of the half to make the score 28-3.

The Chiefs continued to do nothing on offense. Jeff Allen left with an arm injury. Eric Winston moved to LT. Jon Asamoah moved to RT. We’ve no idea who was playing guard.

The Broncos then scored another TD to make the score 35-3. At that point, we decided that the game was over and it was safe enough to go ahead and post this article, despite the game not being over.

If anything else of note happens, we’ll update this post.