Two-And-OHHH! Chiefs Do It Again, Beat Browns 16-14

CLEVELAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Running back Jamaal Charles #25 of the Kansas City Chiefs runs by defensive lineman Robaire Smith #98 of the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 19 2010 in Cleveland Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs are 2-0.

Yes, you read that right -- Two wins and zero losses. The Chiefs defeated the Cleveland Browns 16-14.

The defense is to thank in this one once again holding the opponent to 14 points. The Chiefs offense was fairly inconsistent outside of two drives with 11-plus plays and 60-plus yards that resulted in field goals. The return game was non-existent.

But...the Chiefs do have Brandon Flowers. He scored Kansas City's lone touchdown on an interception return.

It wasn't pretty but it is a HUGE victory for the Chiefs. Watch out, San Fran. Arrowhead will be rockin' next week.

The good, the bad and the ugly is after the jump.

Good

  • Chiefs defense once again held the opponent to 14 points.
  • The Chiefs created turnovers, highlighted by Flowers' touchdown.

Bad

  • Matt Cassel and the Chiefs offense couldn't ice it with a touchdown in the fourth quarter after a 14-play drive.
  • Eric Berry made two critical mistakes giving up a big play to Ben Watson and a 65-yard touchdown to Josh Cribbs.

Ugly

  • The return game was non-existent.
  • The Chiefs offense in the first half.
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