Seahawks Can't Hold on Against Chiefs
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Larry Johnson scored four touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with two-15 to play, and the Kansas City Chiefs hung on for a 35 to 28 victory over the injury-depleted Seattle Seahawks. Yakima native Damon Huard is 4 and 2 as a starter in place of Trent Green after completing 17 of 25 passes for 312 yards and a T.D. Chiefs' Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez caught six passes for 116 yards and Eddie Kennison had six grabs for 132. The Seahawks took the lead with two touchdowns in the final 17 minutes as the result of Kansas City mistakes but couldn't hold on. Seneca Wallace, who was making his first N.F.L start in place of injured Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, was 15 for 30 for 198 yards, with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Besides Hasselbeck, the defending N.F.C champion Seahawks were missing M.V.P running back Shaun Alexander, wide receiver Bobby Engram and starting guard Floyd Womack, who are all injured. And starting right tackle Sean Locklear was suspended this week for violating N.F.L personal conduct policy. Both clubs are now 4-and-3 on the season.