KANSAS CITY, Mo. --Five things we learned from the Chiefs' 23-17 win over the Browns.
DEXTER IS EVERYWHERE: We learned that Chiefs coach Andy Reid was true to his word back in training camp when he said he would explore all the ways he could use the speedy and diminutive Dexter McCluster.
On Sunday, Reid had McCluster in the slot, split wide, out of the I-formation and off-set behind quarterback Alex Smith.
McCluster was a huge part of the offense, getting targeted 10 times while coming up with a team-high seven receptions for a team-high 67 yards. He also carried once for 5 yards.
"I don't know that we had planned all of that," McCluster said. "But it's who I am. I'm someone who can be used a lot of different ways. I love it."
McCluster's biggest play came in the second quarter when the Browns had crept within 13-7. McCluster hauled in an over-the-shoulder 28-yard touchdown reception from Smith, the Chiefs' final and decisive touchdown.
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