KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs forced the Cleveland Browns to punt in the waning minutes Sunday with star quarterback Patrick Mahomes out with a concussion. Then 35-year-old backup Chad Henne showed some moxie with a long third-down scramble and a fourth-down completion to Tyreek Hill with just over a minute left to give the Chiefs a first down and allowing them to run out the clock on a 22-17 victory in the divisional round of the playoffs. They advanced to their third straight AFC title game and will face the Buffalo Bills next Sunday.
Derrick Henry gained 195 yards rushing and threw a 3-yard touchdown pass in the Tennessee Titans’ 28-12 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. The win for the Titans on Saturday night came one week after dominating […]
By PAT GRAHAM AP Sports Writer DENVER (AP) — Struggling to straighten his right knee, the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes tossed his helmet to the side and covered his face with both hands. The Kansas City […]
By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP) — Browns undrafted rookie punter Jamie Gillan, nicknamed “The Scottish Hammer,” has beaten out veteran Britton Colquitt. Gillan, who played in college at UAPB, won the starting […]