Chiefs vs. Colts: Score, Grades and Analysis from 2014 Wild Card Game

January 5, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Indianapolis Colts came back from 28 points down to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 45-44 in a wild start to the NFL postseason.
ESPN's Jay Harris summed up the excitement with this tweet:
This game was light on defense but heavy on big plays from both sides. Andrew Luck led the way for the Colts with 443 passing yards and five total touchdowns, although he also had three interceptions in the win.
His biggest play was a 64-yard touchdown to T.Y. Hilton with about four minutes left to give the Colts the lead and eventually the victory. 
Meanwhile, Alex Smith was almost as impressive for the losing side as he finished with 378 passing yards and four touchdowns while adding 57 yards on the ground. Unfortunately, he could not close things out with the team's biggest offensive weapon, Jamaal Charles, sidelined after sustaining a concussion early in the game, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald:
The team also saw Knile Davis, Don...

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