Chiefs rushing offense (A): Even without his long touchdown run, Jamaal Charles still had a productive game.
By ADAM TEICHER
The Kansas City Star
Chiefs passing offense (D): Once Dwayne Bowe went out of the game, the Chiefs struggled to get receivers open.
Chiefs rushing defense (C-): The Chiefs did a nice job on Trent Richardson but couldnt contain Clevelands other runners.
Chiefs passing defense (C): The Chiefs struggled to generate consistent pressure on Brandon Weeden.
Chiefs special teams (F): A disaster in many ways.
Chiefs coaching (D): The Chiefs couldnt find a way to make their offense work after Bowe left the game.
Key play: Jamaal Charles ran 80 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage.
Key stat: The Chiefs scored a touchdown on the first possession for the second straight game.
Key play: Travis Benjamin returned a punt 93 yards for a touchdown to put the Browns ahead 10-7.
Key stat: The Chiefs had just one first down in the period.
Key play: Eric Berry dropped what would have been an interception on the first possession of the half. The Browns eventually scored a touchdown.
Key stat: The Chiefs had just 28 yards.
Key play: Trent Richardsons 1-yard touchdown run early in the period gave the Browns a commanding 27-7 lead.
Key stat: The Chiefs were zero for three in converting third-down plays in the period.
Player of the game: Jamaal Charles had another big game, rushing for more than 100 yards for the third straight week and the fourth time in five games.
Reason to hope: The Raiders now might be as bad as the Chiefs are.
Reason to mope: Things got back to football Sunday and the reality is the Chiefs are a lousy team.
Looking ahead: The 2-11 Chiefs are on the road against the 3-10 Raiders next Sunday.
| Adam Teicher, email@example.com