Week 11: At Indianapolis Colts
|Q||Team||Time||Scoring play||Extra point||Score|
|2||KC||8:55||FG Rayner 47||KC 3-0|
|2||IND||1:18||FG Vinatieri 27||Tied 3-3|
|2||IND||7:17||Addai 3 run||Vinatieri kick||IND 10-3|
|3||KC||1:22||Bowe 19 pass from Croyle||Rayner kick||Tied 10-10|
|4||IND||:03||FG Vinatieri 24||IND 13-10|
Trying to snap a two-game losing skid, the Chiefs flew to the RCA Dome for a Week 12 intraconference duel against the defending Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts, in a rematch of last year's wildcard battle. This would be the game in which second-year quarterback Brodie Croyle would be given the start.
After a scoreless first quarter, Kansas City struck first with kicker Dave Rayner getting a 47-yard field goal. The Colts would tie the game before halftime as kicker Adam Vinatieri managed to get a 27-yard field goal. In the third quarter, Indianapolis took the lead as RB Joseph Addai got a 3-yard TD run. The Chiefs would respond and tie the game with Croyle completing a 19-yard TD pass to rookie WR Dwayne Bowe. Unfortunately, in the fourth quarter, the Colts sealed the win as Vinatieri nailed the game-winning 24-yard field goal.
With their third-straight loss, the Chiefs fell to 4-6.
The game was also the final outing of Priest Holmes, who suffered a neck injury in the fourth quarter. Holmes announced his retirement later into the week on November 21.
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