Chiefs 14, Packers 10

Posted by Mike Spofford on September 2, 2010 – 8:53 pm

On the Packers’ first possession of the second half, a play-action pass from Flynn to Swain picks up 77 yards all the way down to the KC 5. Flynn was wide open down the right side of the field, made the easy catch and took off. He slowed up around the 10-yard line to make a move to avoid the pursuit, but he was run out at the 5.

Lumpkin took it down to the 1 and then leapt over the pile on second down. The ball came loose at the goal line as Lumpkin’s arm hit the ground, but the officials had ruled Lumpkin down. The Packers challenged the call, claiming Lumpkin broke the plane of the goal line before he was down, and after review the official agreed. Touchdown.

4 plays, 82 yards, Time of poss. 1:13

Swain now has six reception for 130 yards in the game.

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