Sep 7, 2014 at 6pm UK at ‚ÄčArrowhead Stadium
Tennessee Titans
Kansas City Chiefs
Walker (3:31)
Wright (10:26)
Fasan (10:09)

Half-Time Report: Tennessee Titans edging out Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium

Delanie Walker #82 of the Tennessee Titans carries the ball against the Indianapolis Colts in the first quarter at LP Field on November 14, 2013
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A touchdown from Delanie Walker and a late field goal from Ryan Succop give the Tennessee Titans the advantage over Kansas City at the break in their NFL clash.

The Tennessee Titans hold a seven-point lead in their NFL clash with the Kansas City Chiefs, going into the break 10-3 ahead.

The Titans and the Chiefs moved the ball well on offense in the first quarter, but both sides had trouble converting on third down as Jake Locker took a big sack from Allen Bailey, while Alex Smith was downed by Wesley Woodyard.

The home side finally broke the deadlock as Smith engineered a drive downfield, but his side were kept out of the endzone, which resulted in a field goal from Cairo Santos from 35 yards.

However, the visitors hit straight back and took the lead when Locker produced an excellent series downfield and ended with a touchdown pass to tight end Delanie Walker, who did well to touch his feet down inbounds.

Smith threw an interception late in the half and that allowed the Titans to extend their lead going into the break as former Chief Ryan Succop fired a 36-yard field goal between the posts.

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