KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Jamaal Charles seemed to be happy with himself. Peyton Hillis had to feel vindicated, and embattled offensive coordinator Brian Daboll finally had a reason to smile.
Imagine how they would have felt if the Chiefs had actually won.
Even while playing out the string in a season lost long ago, Kansas City managed an offensive output that should go down in franchise history. Charles ran for 226 yards on Sunday, Hillis had 101 and the Chiefs piled up 352 yards on the ground against the Colts' backpedaling defense.
If not for a miserable effort by quarterback Brady Quinn, two turnovers in the red zone and a stuffed attempt at converting fourth down, the Chiefs might have won another game.
Instead, the Colts scored late in the fourth quarter for a 20-13 victory.
"We had a feeling we could run on them," Charles said. "When Peyton did a good job running the first half, I thought, Man, Peyton's getting off. I got to do some, too.' So I felt like I had to go out ther...