Oh, those tricky Chiefs.
Kansas City needs a win to stay in the AFC playoff hunt, so they're pulling out all the stops against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. In the first half, the Chiefs lined up for a field-goal attempt, but instead went for a nifty fake:
That's holder Dustin Colquitt with the quick shovel pass to tight end Travis Kelce for the first down. What a play! But...
Credit Dustin Colquitt for breaking new ground Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs punter was on the field against the Oakland Raiders for what seemed like a routine punt. But, oh no, there was nothing routine about it.
The snap came back and Colquitt was going for the fake!
Wait, no! He actually decides to kick it!! The ball is downed at the 6-yard line. Be honest: Have you seen that before?
Have you ever wondered what a Colquitt family Thanksgiving would be like? Especially with Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt and Denver Broncos punter Britton Colquitt squaring off the following Sunday in the AFC West’s most important game of the year?Me too. In a family that eats, sleeps, and breathes fourth down, it is almost comical that the two landed on absolute rival...
Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt is no match for the electric Percy Harvin and he knows it. Instead of attempting to tackle to shifty Harvin and risk getting kicked in the face, he decided to blatantly trip him. [Black Sports Online]
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