Chiefs Crawling Drive, Come Away With Nothing
The Chiefs lost to the Broncos 24-17 on Sunday and had a chance to at least tie the game at the very end of regulation. Kansas City kept Peyton Manning off the field for an enormous chunk of the second half, as the Broncos offense had only two drives after halftime (not including the final kneel down) - one for a punt, one for a field goal, totaling just 8:51 in possession.
The longest drive came from the Chiefs at the very start of the second half, where they ran 23 plays, taking 10 minutes off the clock...and ultimately missed a field goal. This got me thinking, how does drive length (in minutes) affect the probability of a team scoring?