KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - So much for Denver's lucky streak and so
long to the longest losing streak in the history of the Kansas City
Larry Johnson ran for 198 yards and two touchdowns and the
Chiefs took advantage of four Denver turnovers for a 33-19 victory
Sunday over the previously unbeaten Broncos. It was the first win
for Kansas City since October 21, 2007, a club record 12 straight
losses that had angry fans calling for the dismissal of everyone
from the general manager to the quarterbacks coach.
Nick Novak kicked three field goals for the Chiefs(1-3), who did not seem to be out of danger unti Tony Gonzalez snared a 10 yard touchdown pass that made it 23-13 with 12:40 to go.
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