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Chiefs 33, Packers 21; regular season next

WTMJ Second Screen
Posted: 12:12 AM, Aug 30, 2018
Updated: 2018-08-31 01:08:39-04
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4th quarter

Kansas City 33, Green Bay 21
Douleant 30 yard INT return TD
13:08 left in quarter

Kansas City 26, Green Bay 21
Butker 28 yd FG
14:10 left in quarter

3rd quarter

Kansas City 23, Green Bay 21
Butker 38 yd FG
6:25 left in quarter

Green Bay 21, Kansas City 20
Butker 38 yd FG
11:22 left in quarter

2nd quarter

Green Bay 21, Kansas City 17
McGloin-Williams 7 yd TD pass
1:56 left in quarter

Green Bay 21, Kansas City 10
Jones 1 TD run
3:52 left in quarter

Green Bay 14, Kansas City 10
Boyle-Tonyan 1 yd TD pass
7:55 left in quarter

Kansas City 10, Green Bay 7
Butker 35 yard field goal
14:07 left in quarter

1st Quarter

Green Bay 7, Kansas City 7
Kizer-Allison 31 yd TD pass
4:26 left in quarter

Kansas City 7, Green Bay 0
Henne-Harris 3 yd TD pass
9:17 left in quarter

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Preview

After today, dreams may be deferred. Or dead. Or rising to new life.

That is the power of what is at stake tonight for some men currently wearing the green and gold of the Green Bay Packers, and the decision to come in the next few days on whether those individuals will ever wear it again.

The Packers will make those decisions after tonight's preseason game in Kansas City. It's the last opportunity for some to make an impression on Coach Mike McCarthy, general manager Brian Gutekunst and company.

Jobs, depth charts and much more will come from the results of tonight.

On Wednesday, the Packers pretty much clinched what will happen at one position group - that being quarterback, as DeShone Kizer is now the backup to a much-richer Aaron Rodgers following the trade of Brett Hundley to Seattle. Tim Boyle will take the third string slot.

But so many other position battles are at stake - including the absolutely stacked wide receiver position. Trevor Davis, Jake Kumerow, J'Mon Moore, Equanimeous St. Brown, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and DeAngelo Yancey are all fighting for about three, maximum four roster spots.

The offensive line is a place where improvement is necessary after a shoddy performance last week in Oakland.

That's just the tip of the iceberg in the battle for roster spots that will ensue tonight at about 7:30 p.m.

A battle which could determine the courses of dozens of football players' dreams.

For that reason, don't believe that this is the least important of preseason games. To these young men, it might be the most important games of their lives.

Stay tuned.