McCluster, Chiefs clip Bears 10-3

Tyler Palko threw for 157 yards and a touchdown despite briefly being replaced by Kyle Orton, as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Chicago Bears 10-3 on Sunday.

Orton came on to start the second quarter and immediately left the game with an injured finger on his right hand.

Palko connected with Dexter McCluster on a crazy 38-yard pass to end the first half on a ball that got deflected by Brian Urlacher and Chris Conte, giving the Chiefs a 7-3 lead and their first touchdown in three games.

On top of the loss for Chicago, who’s fighting for a Wild Card spot in the NFC, they lost Matt Forte to a right knee injury in the first quarter.

Read more about the win at Chiefs Gab

Read more about the loss at Bears Gab


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