The Kansas City Chiefs first drive was uneventful, save for a nice third down conversion on a Matt Cassel to Jamaal Charles pass across the middle. A Cassel sack later and the Chiefs were forced to punt.
The Green Bay Packers made it look easy on their first drive. Effective running and passing by the Packers quickly gave them a 7-0 lead. Tom Crabtree, a former Chiefs tight end in 2009, caught the touchdown.
Javier Arenas had a nice 48-yard return on the kick off, setting up the Chiefs nicely for their second drive. On that drive, both Dwayne Bowe and Dexter McCluster had nice catches.
The Chiefs' momentum on this drive ended however when Jamaal Charles fumbled the ball on a short run. Green Bay recovered with just over four minutes left in the first quarter.
That's where we stand - Packers over Chiefs near the end of the first quarter, 7-0. And as I post, the Packers have a bad snap and it results in a Chiefs' safety. 7-2, Packers.