KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- That wasn't a game. It was a 12-car pileup. It was smoking wreckage, as far the eye could see. It was disaster flick, a monster movie.
Russell Wilson, Seattle's rookie quarterback, played the part of Godzilla. The Kansas City Chiefs played Tokyo.
"In football, you've got to come out ready to play," Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson said after a 44-14 home loss to the Seahawks -- Kansas City's worst preseason defeat since a 34-0 setback at Minnesota in 1998. "It's an Any-Given-Sunday type game. We're not going to panic, but we need some sense of urgency right now."
Especially on the defensive end. It was the franchise's second-worst exhibition loss ever at Arrowhead Stadium; the New York Giants handed the Chiefs a 45-7 thrashing in 1989, during Marty Schottenheimer's first season at the helm.
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