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September 29, 2019
One of these days, they’re going to win a game like this. One of these days this is all going to end, and you’re going to wake from this half-century-long … nightmare?
Well, it’s not quite that.
Not after what happened to your Detroit Lions hosted the most exciting team in football and damn near beat them. Maybe should’ve beat them. An inch here or there, and they absolutely beat them.
That’s how close it was at Ford Field Sunday, where Kansas City won, 34-30. Actually, it was closer than that. (READ MORE) by Shawn Windsor | Detroit Free Press
The Kansas City Chiefs started 4-0 for the third straight season, beating the Lions 34-30 on the road in Detroit. Andy Reid’s unit found a way to win despite the Lions holding Patrick Mahomes without a touchdown, while the Chiefs fumbled the ball on four separate occasions, losing it three times.
The Chiefs got off to a slow start for the third week in a row, allowing the Lions to take a 10-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Chiefs managed a field goal and running back LeSean McCoy scored a touchdown at the goal line. The Lions and Chiefs exchanged field goals, and it was 13-13 at half. (READ MORE) by