Kansas City Chiefs

December 9, 2013 4:43 PM

It’s gotta be the shoes: Chiefs say longer cleats helped in win at snowy Washington

There were a record 90 total touchdowns in the 14 NFL games Sunday, six by the Chiefs in their 45-10 triumph at Washington. What made the record so astounding were the frightful weather conditions at most of the games. But footing was not an issue for the Chiefs, whose equipment manager Allen Wright changed his players’ cleats for longer ones before the game.

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