With over six minutes left in the second quarter the Chiefs, on their own 19 yard line, decided to punt the ball as they were on fourth down with 20 yards to go.
The ball was snapped a little high to Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt but as he one though the motions one Colts special team player had broken through the line to block the punt.
Colts linebacker Najee Goode was initially blocked but quickly let go and allowed to have a straight run at Colquitt.
In fact he got so close he didn’t even need to dive to block the ball, which then bounced off his legs towards the end zone.
Goode then overran the bounce of the ball, but fortunately to save his blushes, his team-mate Zach Pascal was following up and managed to dive onto the ball to take the give the Colts their first points of the game.
The PAT was converted and the score was back to 14-7 in favour of the Chiefs.
The Chiefs opened the scoring with a five-play, 90-yard touchdown drive finished off by Damien Williams’ 10-yard touchdown rush.
Kansas then doubled their lead in the first quarter with an eight-play, 70-yard touchdown drive, which was finished by wide receiver Tyreek Hill completing a 36-yard rush off a lead reverse.
At the beginning of the second quarter the Chiefs extended their lead to 17-0 with a a 39-yard field goal from kicker Harrison Butker.
More to follow…..