The Chiefs might have been pounded for three quarters in their loss to the Packers on Monday night but at least the vertically-challenged team ended one of the more bizarre streaks in NFL history.

Jeremy Maclin’s 5-yard touchdown catch from Alex Smith late in the third quarter was the first receiving touchdown for a Kansas City receiver since ‘Nam. Their last receiver touchdown came 659 days ago on December 8, 2013 when Dwayne Bowe found the endzone in Week 14.

Here’s an exclusive look at the Chiefs players, coaches and fans after they finally accomplished something that other NFL teams have done over 700 times since that day two years ago:


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