The Kansas City Chiefs made it quite a habit of beating down teams with good offenses and terrible defenses. That was certainly the case when KC went on the road to Indianapolis and put a hurting on the Colts. The Chiefs went into Lucas Oil Stadium and dominated the game from start to finish despite losing quarterback Alex Smith early on (and then again later).
With a backup quarterback at the helm, the Chiefs didn’t let up on the Colts and ended up hanging 30 points on them. It was certainly one of the more impressive performances of the season for the Chiefs offense. The entire unit got involved and KC capitalized on every opening they could find in the Colts defense.
However, what made this game really impressive was the fact that the defense flat out dominated the Colts. The fifth ranked Indy passing game was held largely in check. Andrew Luck went just 19/35 for 210 yards and was sacked six times. It was one of the worst offensive performances of the year for Indianapolis.