Chiefs fans chastised for throwing snowballs. One almost hit the Colts’ punter

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The Chiefs opened the scoring with a five-play, 90-yard touchdown drive finished off by Damien Williams' 10-yard touchdown rush. Indianapolis's defensive line bursted through the backfield, blocking Colquitt's kick deep in Kansas City territory.

And a Chiefs fan apparently decided to make a snowball during Saturday's AFC divisional playoff game. and throw it at Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez when he was on the field.

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The Colts' offense finally delivered a touchdown drive in the fourth quarter as Andrew Luck hit T.Y. Hilton with a handsome 29-yard pass in the endzone - but Vinatieri missed the extra point. It marks the fifth time since 2002 that the top two passing touchdown leaders from the regular season will face off in the postseason. Grant has not practiced at all during the week leading up to the game due to a toe injury that forced him to miss the Wild Card round as well, a win over the Houston Texans.

The Chiefs took an early lead in the game and never let up, maintaining a large lead nearly the entire way. Plenty more to come. Given the strong feelings Chiefs fans have toward Tom Brady and Philip Rivers, if there's snow in Kansas City next week Andy Reid could once again find himself summoned to establish law and order.

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