The Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a crazy, crazy turnover touchdown during their 38-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Early in the fourth quarter, Tampa Bay punter Michael Koenen was attempting to punt from the Buccaneers' six-yard line. He was blocked, and the ball sailed into the end zone. He was able to grab the ball, but instead of just falling on it, he tried to move it out and sort of threw a pass. He fumbled it directly into the arms of Buccaneer Edgar Jones, who returned it for a touchdown. (Because it was after a punt, it was ruled a fumble.)
Don't believe me? Just watch.
The craziest part of this play may have been that it was the Chiefs' only touchdown of the day. With Brady Quinn filling in for the injured Matt Cassel, the Chiefs offense was anemic. Their total yardage for the day was 260 yards. Quinn finished 22-38 for 180 yards and two interceptions.
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