In the 2014 AFC Wild Card Playoff, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Indianapolis Colts are fighting on Saturday to be the first team to move on into the Divisional round next weekend as they square off in Indy.
So far, both offense have come out firing early in this one as the teams started the game by trading scores.
After Andrew Luck hit T.Y. Hilton for the tying score for the Colts, the Chiefs got the ball back and the offense went to work.
On this 2nd-and-6 play from their own 35, Alex Smith fired one off to wide receiver Dwayne Bowe over the middle who bolted his way through the Indianapolis secondary and nearly found the end zone, being brought down at the two-yard line:
This catch covered 63 yards with the incredible run from Bowe.
Unfortunately, the offense couldn’t finish it off as the Colts defense was able to stuff them at the goal line, holding the Chiefs to a field goal.