Found December 25, 2011 on Sacbee:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – As losses go, it would have been even more deflating than the preceding one. Ed Zurga - Associated Press Darrius Heyward-Bey (85) and Denarius Moore (17) celebrate Heyward-Bey's 53-yard catch in overtime that set up the winning field goal. Reed Hoffmann - Associated Press Oakland's Richard Seymour (92), grabbing Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton, blocked two 49-yard field-goal attempts by Ryan Succop, including one as time expired in regulation. David Eulitt - Kansas City (Mo.) Star Sebastian Janikowski (11) follows the flight of his game-ending 36-yard field goal. It was his third field goal of the game, the only miss coming from 59 yards.
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