The undrafted rookie from Tennessee threw for 169 yards and three touchdowns, leading Kansas City to a 30-8 victory over Green Bay as both teams rested their starters for the regular season.
"I'm so proud of him, man. He finally got a chance to play and show what he's got," Daniel said. "We all knew what he could do physically, but mentally he was on point. He played a heck of a game and I'm so proud of him."
Young continues to struggle in the Packers offense. He was just 14 of 30 for 144 yards while fumbling twice, losing one of them. Coleman was just 2 of 7 for 19 yards and an interception.
"I could have made some better throws," Young said, "but overall I feel like with the reps and the game time, there are things I can go back and watch on film and it's definitely going to help."
"It's something we'll have to take a hard look at," McCarthy said, when asked to grade Young's performance. "There was a lot of communication going on, which is normal when you get into this fourth game. Pass protection, run blocking, things weren't very clean for us."
That could be expected with most of the big names wearing baseball caps and floppy hats.
Hemingway likely locked up his spot on the Chiefs' roster after the former seventh-round pick out of Michigan caught his second touchdown pass of the preseason. And if it wasn't his work that solidified his job, it may have been an injury to fellow wide receiver Devon Wylie.
The Chiefs' fourth-round pick two years ago, Wylie left in the first half with a hamstring injury and never returned. Wylie missed most of last season with a similar injury.
Reid said that Kelce will have an MRI exam Friday but "he should be OK."
Their No. 1 offense -- sans Rodgers, of course -- played one series but couldn't move the ball behind Young, eventually settling for Crosby's 48-yard field goal and a 3-0 lead.
"We played great as a team so I think everyone's confidence is up right now," Bray said. "It was good to get some reps because I'm probably not going to get many down the road here."
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