An underrated team steps up to deliver a SEASON ENDING REBUKE to Kansas City hope.
To wit . . .
CHIEFS LOSE IN THE CLUTCH AND PATRICK MAHOMES HYPE IS MORE POWERFUL WHEN HE'S NOT PLAYING!!!
To be fair, there are no complaints from our blog community about this game. It was hard hitting, close, exciting and ultimately could have gone either way. But it didn't and a blocked field goal served as the saving grace for the Titans.
And so the Chiefs don't really seem on their way to Super Bowl victory like so many had predicted.
Instead, they're a good but not great team who, sadly, seem more banged up than most but without as much talent depth.
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Fanboy Hope Blocked
In the aftermath of the Kansas City Chiefs shocking road loss to the Tennessee Titans, a 35-32 last second win for Mike Vrabel's team in Nashville, there's not a single facet of K.C.'s team that should feel confident going forward.
Ketchup King Spoiled
4:27 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Patrick Mahomes' return to the lineup wasn't enough to prevent the Kansas City Chiefs from losing for the fourth time in their last six games.
KC Playing Hurt Redux
The Kansas City Chiefs have run into a string of bad injury luck. On three straight plays, the Chiefs suffered injuries to important offensive players, leaving their offensive line quite depleted and concerns about a star wide receiver. First up, WR Tyreek Hill appeared to have reinjured his clavicle after taking a hard tackle to the ground.
Last Second Winning
The Kansas City Chiefs took over at the Tennessee Titans 32-yard line with less than two minutes left and a 32-27 lead. The offense just needed to ice the game - but they had settle for a 46-yard field goal attempt. It all went downhill from there.
Comeback Glory Reconsidered
Watch live: NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Ryan Tannehill threw a 23-yard touchdown to Adam Humphries with 23 seconds left, and the Tennessee Titans blocked a last-second field goal attempt to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-32 to spoil the return of NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes.
Titans Wanted It More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Ryan Tannehill threw a 23-yard touchdown to Adam Humphries with 23 seconds left, and the Tennessee Titans blocked a last-second field goal attempt to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-32 to spoil the return of NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes.
Social Media Love & Hate
It was a showdown in Music City, and unfortunately, the Chiefs head back to Kansas City with another loss on the season. Even sensational touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes couldn't salvage a win for Andy Reid's men. A dismal loss after a terrific afternoon of play should certainly leave the coaching staff wondering where to go from here.
You decide . . .