It took about a month longer than the Kansas City Chiefs' coaching staff probably had hoped, but the Chiefs offense may have found a rhythm. After falling behind, 17-0 in the second quarter on Sunday in Indianapolis, quarterback Matt Cassel led the Chiefs to a comeback win with four touchdown passes, including one 5-yard touchdown to star receiver Dwayne Bowe that may have been the catch of the year.
In the third quarter with the Chiefs in the red zone but trailing 24-14, Cassel threw a fade pass to Bowe on the right side. Colts cornerback Jacob Lacey got in front of the receiver, but Bowe somehow reached around him, tipped the ball to himself with one hand and made an incredible juggling touchdown catch.
The score cut the lead to 24-21 and Cassel would eventually find Steve Breaston for an 11-yard touchdown pass to win the game.
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