Tuesday, November 20, 2018
TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! KANSAS CITY CHIEFS QB PATRICK MAHOMES CHOKED!!! CONFRONTING FANBOY DECEPTION!!!
Today, Kansas City confronts lame excuses and pathetic optimism from willfully ignorant Chiefs fanboys and corrupt sports newsies.
First and foremost . . .
IN HIS FIRST BIG GAME KANSAS CITY CHIEFS QB PATRICK MAHOMES CHOKED AND LOOKED LIKE A PITIFUL NOOB!!!
Despite the hype, sponsored content and outright deception, the season up until this point has basically been a practice game.
Now, that competition is getting tougher, the Chiefs lose a high scoring heart breaker which begins yet another season of our discontent.
Accordingly . . .
CHECK THE TOP 5 REASONS WHY SIMPLETON FANS OF PATRICK MAHOMES AND THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS SHOULD PANIC & PREPARE FOR EVEN MORE DISAPPOINTMENT!!!
Our thoughts backed up by tireless research . . .
QB Patrick Mahomes Committed 5 Unforgivable Turnovers
The 2018 spokesman for ketchup has betrayed Kansas City Chiefs fans.
Maybe it's not his fault.
Locals and humanity are desperate for quick fix and a hero.
In his first real test, Patrick Mahomes proved that he is neither.
In fairness, the unbelievable expectations of local fans powered by hyperbolic sports coverage would be impossible for anybody to live up to . . . Given the limited budget, incompetent front office and culture of cheap salesmanship that dominates Kansas City pro-sports . . . What we witnessed last night was a brutal reality check that will be purposely misinterpreted by professional lying sports commentators . . . Patrick Mahomes has a lot of potential but he's not the best quarterback in the NFL. Not even close and the sooner locals realize this, the less painful the rest of the season will be to endure . . .
Only Losers Blame The Refs For Defeat
Listening to anybody talk about the performance of refs is only an indication that person, broadcaster or drunk uncle is clueless about football, history, the finer points of the female anatomy and has operated under the misunderstanding that life is fair far too long into adulthood.
People don't even bother teaching "fairness" to youngsters anymore because the lesson isn't even applicable to Fortnite and usually leads to horribly tortured incels making life miserable for female baristas across the nation.
KC has been the beneficiary of so many "home town calls" that any complaints directed at the ref are simply a sign that a broadcaster, blogger or social media denizen believes the rest of the world is just as equally clueless about how the world really works.
Travis Kelce Earns 'Fake Gronk' Moniker
Sure he's having a great season on paper but the reality is that key drops for the TE last night show us that he wasted his best years in KC . . . The career slide will be painful and costly to watch but this footballer's best work was on a low-rated tv dating show.
Fans Should Fear The Sloppy High Scoring NFL New School
A somewhat interesting trend . . .
The NFL is the new NBA.
High scoring games and sloppy, lackluster play are now standard. The games are undisciplined and played haphazardly. Consequentially, they're a lot more fun to watch.
Nevertheless, the new NFL is now just a lead up to a last minute drive that usually ends in disappointment or glory . . . Tonight, KC was predictably on the wrong side of the equation.
History Proves Kansas City Chiefs Playoff Season Implosion Trend
How many times have we been through this?
Every season you d-bags claim this is "our year" and then rile yourself into a frenzy until inevitable disappointment arrives and then the year after that the same cycle ensues all over again. The painful ritual is worse than the Lucy Vs Charlie Brown football gag if only because the tradition is used to sell so many broke-ass people stuff they don't really need.
And so . . .
We dare anyone to contradict our TKC BLOG COMMUNITY conclusions . . . And we warn that most of the KCMO local "journalism" today will be dedicated to deceiving the public in order to pull a victory out of defeat . . . Which is pretty much how all mainstream media works.
You decide . . .