Chiefs vs. Buccaneers 2012: Tampa Bay sets tone early in second half

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SB Nation's BJ Kissell breaks down Tampa Bay's Week 6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6, winning 38-10. The game was close headed into halftime, as the Bucs held just a 7-3 lead over the Chiefs as the second half began.

SB Nation's BJ Kissell, who writes for Arrowhead Pride, SB Nation's Kansas City Chiefs blog, broke down the game on YouTube for Chiefs and Bucs fans alike.

Kissell breaks down how the opening drive of the second half dictated the rest of the game. With the Bucs leading 7-3 and receiving the ball, Tampa Bay marched down the field, needing just four plays to go 80 yards, scoring a touchdown and going up 14-3.

Kansas City's ensuing drive resulted in an interception, and the Buccaneers never looked back, en route to the 38-10 blowout victory.

Kissell also breaks down Brady Quinn's start, saying that Quinn did not provide a spark, and instead, Chiefs fans saw more of the same old lethargic offense. Quinn finished the day 22-of-38 passing for 180 yards, with no touchdowns and two interceptions.

Football fans can check out the video below.

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