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Browns fall to the Chiefs 33-29 in the fourth quarter

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield during pre-game warmups before an NFL football game...
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield during pre-game warmups before an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, Sept.12, 2021 in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)(Reed Hoffmann | AP)
Published: Sep. 12, 2021 at 4:42 PM EDT
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Kansas City, Missouri (WOIO) - The Chiefs rattled off two quick touchdowns in the fourth quarter to grab a 33-29 lead over the Browns. Pat Mahomes found Travis Kelce for their second touchdown connection of the day. It came after Jamie Gillian dropped a punt snap to give the Chiefs a short field.

Moments before, Mahomes hit Tyreek Hill for a 75-yard bomb to pull the Chiefs to within two, 29-27 in the fourth quarter.

Kareem Hunt scored in his old home stadium to put the Browns up 29-20 in the fourth quarter.

Mahomes took the Chiefs down the field on their first drive of the second half and connected with Cleveland Heights native Travis Kelce for a touchdown to cut it to 22-17.

Nick Chubb scored from 18 yards out to put the Browns up 22-10 in the second quarter at Arrowhead. It was their third touchdown drive of the day.

Earlier in the quarter the Browns took a 15-3 lead when Jarvis Landry scored on a four-yard touchdown run. He was originally ruled down at the 1-yard line, but the replay overturned it.

The drive was sparked by a 44-yard Anthony Schwartz reception.

The Browns opened the 1st quarter with a 13 play, 75-yard drive that was capped off by a Nick Chubb touchdown. Kareem Hunt converted the two-point conversion.

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