Last night Mayor Q posted an iconic photo that seems to foreshadow good things ahead for this politico, the town and the team.
And so here's a more fan-centered view of the Kansas City footballer post-coital bliss following a historic victory . . .
Of special note to some of the denizens of our blog community, during the late night hours, the home team was front & center via Conservative news . . .
And yes, The Kansas City Chiefs are now FAVORED to win the Super Bowl.
More Mahomes High Praise
On Sunday, the best quarterback in football reminded everyone of the facts. Throughout the season, the storylines have been about Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson. But Patrick Mahomes is the last one standing. From start to finish on Sunday, he was exceptional - and the Chiefs rode him all the way to another AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium.
11:22 PM ET Tim KeownESPN Senior Writer Close Senior Writer for ESPN The Magazine Columnist for ESPN.com Author of five books (3 NYT best-sellers) KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Andy Reid stood there like he always stands there, looking out at the field like he's seen it all before and is more than willing to fake it if he hasn't.
Record Comeback Considered
The Kansas City Chiefs put their fans through an emotional rollercoaster on Sunday as they came back from a 24-0 deficit against the Houston Texans to win 51-31 and advance to the AFC Championship Game. It was one of the wildest games I have ever seen.
Sports Theater For The Plebs
The Kansas City Chiefs had a lot more to celebrate near the end of their 51-31 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday rather than the beginning of the matchup. Patrick Mahomes threw five touchdown passes, including one of them to tight end Blake Bell in the fourth quarter.
In one of the wildest games we've ever seen, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans 51-31 on Sunday, advancing to the AFC Championship - which will now be played at Arrowhead this Sunday afternoon. Here are five things we learned from the game - and the rest of the NFL's Divisional round games: We always think we know what's going to happen.
Super Bowl Action Underway
By Robert Duff in NFL Football Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs opened as six-point favorites to beat the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game. Photo by Jordan Kelly/Icon Sportswire.
KANSAS CITY FAVORED
The Divisional Round games have been played and only four teams remain. Of those four NFL franchises, the Kansas City Chiefs have been named the favorites to win the Super Bowl. According to OddsShark, the Chiefs are the odds-on favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy now that teams like the Baltimore Ravens have been eliminated from the picture.
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