The Green Bay Packers have established an NFL record for longest streak without ever once trailing in the fourth quarter this entire season. Now in week 15, consider that record broken by the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are clearly playing inspired football on all sides, but especially on defense, as they lead the Packers 9 to 6 heading into the final quarter.
The Chiefs have dominated nearly every aspect of the game so far. They lead in time of possession 26:49 to 18:11. They have 15 first downs to the Packers 10. In total yards, the Chiefs have 280 and the Packers have 208. The good news for Aaron Rodgers and company is that they have the ball right now and are on the move into Chiefs territory.
For now, however, both Chiefs players and fans have to feel good about where the Chiefs are at. If the lead holds, Romeo Crennel will have made a major statement in his first game as the Chiefs head coach.