KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) --Chiefs quarterback Tyler Bray shined on a night otherwise devoid of any stars.
The undrafted rookie out of Tennessee threw for 169 yards and three touchdowns, leading Kansas City to a 30-8 preseason victory over the Green Bay Packers while most of the starters on both sides rested up for the start of the regular season.
Bray outplayed backup Chase Daniel as starter Alex Smith watched from the sideline. Bray hit Junior Hemingway for his first touchdown pass late in the first half, and then connected with Josh Bellamy and Frankie Hammond Jr. for TDs in the second half.
Vince Young had a rough game for the Packers in place of Aaron Rodgers, who likewise sat the game out. Young was just 11 of 27 for 121 yards and fumbled twice, losing one of them.
B.J. Coleman was 2 of 7 for 19 yards on the few series he played for Green Bay.
With most of the big names relegated to wearing baseball caps and floppy hats, the game was decided by guys hoping to make one last impact ...