It was ruled that the Chiefs’ De’Anthony Thomas (above) came up short of the first-down marker on third down in the second quarter Sunday. The Chiefs then went for it on fourth down at the Pittsburgh 12 but failed to get the first down.
It was ruled that the Chiefs’ De’Anthony Thomas (above) came up short of the first-down marker on third down in the second quarter Sunday. The Chiefs then went for it on fourth down at the Pittsburgh 12 but failed to get the first down. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
It was ruled that the Chiefs’ De’Anthony Thomas (above) came up short of the first-down marker on third down in the second quarter Sunday. The Chiefs then went for it on fourth down at the Pittsburgh 12 but failed to get the first down. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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