FINAL: Chiefs overcome second half deficit to defeat Browns, 33-29

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — The Kansas City Chiefs are welcoming the Cleveland Browns to Arrowhead Stadium in a rematch from last January’s game in the postseason.

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Cleveland 8, Kansas City 0: The Browns score on their opening drive of the season, with Nick Chubb capping it off with a short touchdown run. Former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt converted on the two-point conversion. Cleveland 8, Kansas City 3: The Chiefs were able to respond on the scoreboard, but their drive stalled. A Harrison Butker field goal narrowed the lead to 8-3. An odd moment: Browns safety Ronnie Harrison was <a href=”” target=”_blank”>ejected for pushing</a> a Chiefs assistant coach.


Cleveland 15, Kansas City 3: For the second straight drive, the Browns score a touchdown. And for the second straight drive, they converted a fourth-down to extend the drive. Jarvis Landry scored from five yards out to extend the lead. Cleveland 15, Kansas City 10: The Chiefs score their first touchdown of the season, as Patrick Mahomes takes it himself. Cleveland 22, Kansas City 10: The Browns offense is 3-for-3 when it comes to scoring touchdowns on drives so far this season. Nick Chubb’s 18 yard touchdown run capped off another long drive.


Cleveland 22, Kansas City 17: The Chiefs use 14-play, 75-yard drive to inch closer to Cleveland. A touchdown pass from Mahomes to Kelce capped off the drive. Cleveland 22, Kansas City 20: The Chiefs take advantage of a Browns turnover to get closer. Harrison Butker drills a 43-yard field goal to edge the Chiefs to within two points.


CLEVELAND 29, Kansas City 20: A 9-play, 75-yard drive ends with a Kareem Hunt touchdown. The Browns’ lead is back to two possessions. CLEVELAND 29, Kansas City 27: It took the Browns 9 plays to drive 75 yards. The Chiefs needed just one. Mahomes hits Tyreek Hill on a 75-yard score to cut Cleveland’s lead down to 29-27. Kansas City 33, Cleveland 29: A dropped snap from Cleveland’s punter sets Kansas City up in great position — and they take advantage. Mahomes hits Kelce for another touchdown to give Kansas City their first lead of the season.