Chiefs QB Brady Quinn was 6-for-12 for 83 yards and an interception, taking most of the snaps under center for Kansas City in the first half. It didn't generate much offense, however, and the Chiefs are trailing the Packers 14-3 at halftime.
Chiefs starting QB Matt Cassel threw one pass -- a completion for nine yards on the Chiefs' second drive -- and his night was over.
Kansas City started the game with nine consecutive rushes split between Jamaal Charles, Peyton Hillis and Nate Eachus, but it stalled, and ended with a missed 54-yard field goal by Ryan Succop.
Cassel hit Bowe on a nine-yard completion as part of their field goal scoring second drive, taking the lead in the first quarter.
It wouldn't last. Green Bay CB Sam Shields picked Quinn off in the end zone, leading to a 2-yard touchdown run to take a 7-3 lead. QB Graham Harrell connected with Green on a 17-yard strike on the Packers next possession to jump to 14-3.