At the start of the second half against the St. Louis Rams, Knile Davis fielded Greg Zuerlein’s kickoff — which he later described as “too hard” and “too high” — and exploded up the right sideline, weaving his way through defenders before he broke into the open field and turned on the jets for a 99-yard kick return that broke open the game, which the Chiefs went on to win 34-7.
At the start of the second half against the St. Louis Rams, Knile Davis fielded Greg Zuerlein’s kickoff — which he later described as “too hard” and “too high” — and exploded up the right sideline, weaving his way through defenders before he broke into the open field and turned on the jets for a 99-yard kick return that broke open the game, which the Chiefs went on to win 34-7. Colin E. Braley The Associated Press
At the start of the second half against the St. Louis Rams, Knile Davis fielded Greg Zuerlein’s kickoff — which he later described as “too hard” and “too high” — and exploded up the right sideline, weaving his way through defenders before he broke into the open field and turned on the jets for a 99-yard kick return that broke open the game, which the Chiefs went on to win 34-7. Colin E. Braley The Associated Press

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