Chiefs score on opening drive

Stephen Dunn

Rare offensive success came early for Kansas City.

In a somber day at Arrowhead Stadium, Chiefs fans and players alike are trying to delay emotions from Saturday's events, at least for a few hours. Early in Sunday's game, Kansas City had offensive success, taking a lead over the Carolina Panthers.

November was a bad month for Kansas City's offense, scoring just two touchdowns. Early in December, the Chiefs are halfway there after Peyton Hillis ran in a touchdown after two Brady Quinn deep passes. It was Kansas City's first opening-drive touchdown of 2012.

The Panthers answered back with a Greg Olsen touchdown catch. With over eight minutes left in the first quarter, the Panthers and Chiefs are tied at seven.

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