The Kansas City Chiefs lead the Cleveland Browns 20-10 at half time as they look to continue their unbeaten start to the season.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on course for an eighth consecutive victory as they go into the halfway stage of their match against the Cleveland Browns with a 20-10 lead.
The hosts took the lead early in the first quarter when Ryan Succop successfully kicked a 42-yard field goal, and he followed that up with a 35-yard effort to double his side's advantage.
The first touchdown of the match also went the way of the Chiefs as Anthony Sherman collected a short pass from Alex Smith before racing around the defence and into the endzone for a 12-yard score.
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The Browns finally got on the scoreboard towards the end of the half when Jason Campbell exchanged passes with Willis McGahee before finding Josh Gordon with a 39-yard pass to complete the touchdown.
Kansas City hit back before the second quarter was out, however, with Smith firing a pass to Dexter McCluster, who just held on to it with his fingertips while falling into the endzone.
Cleveland pulled back to within 10 just before half time when Billy Cundiff scored with a 44-yard field goal with just 15 seconds left on the clock.
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