(Eds: Updates, stands.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer The Kansas City Chiefs were clinging to the lead late in the first half and the Tennessee Titans had the ball first-and-goal just a couple feet outside the end zone.
They ran up the middle and went nowhere. They threw a pass that was batted up in the air and resulted in nothing. They ran another pass play that resulted in a sack. And then one more run up the middle was stuffed at the goal line, turning the ball over to the Chiefs.
It was precisely the kind of stand that has become emblematic of the Chiefs defense this season, one that leads the league in scoring through the first five weeks.
''When you come out with that kind of attitude, that's infectious to everybody,'' Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. ''You saw it led to a long drive after that. I thought it actually helped get the offense going a little bit there.''
The Chiefs turned around and marched 94 yards for a field goal as time expired. That gave the Chiefs a 13-0 ...