With backups and hopefuls playing the game, the Kansas City Chiefs came from behind to beat Green Bay in the fourth and final preseason game 33-21 Thursday night. Quarterbacks Tim Boyle and DeShone Kizer shared the snaps after the trade of Brett Hundley to Seattle. They threw three interceptions but had some good moments, too. Kizer connected with Geronimo Allison on a 31-yard T-D pass on a fourth-down play. Boyle’s one-yard throw to tight end Robert Tonyan gave the Packers a 14-10 lead. They built the margin to 21-10 before Kansas City took over in a mostly-forgettable second half. Right tackle Bryan Bulaga saw game action for the first time since injuring his knee last November. The coaches and general manager Brian Gutekunst will go over the film, discuss player values and finalize the 53-man roster before Saturday’s 3:00 P-M deadline.