Tonight's close call victory was about real as the fan noise. Here's a collection of "reporting" on the product that generates revenue for the news industrial complex, booze companies and boner pills.
For TKC readers who selfishly don't partake in subject. Translation: These games are just as rigged as pro-wrestling and most reporting on military actions.
Sports Newsies Don't Bother Faking Excitement Anymore
8:02 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 Patrick Mahomes on Sunday led the Kansas City Chiefs back from a double-digit deficit to victory for the fourth time in the past five games.
EPIC Comeback Still Earns Loyal Fanboy Love (Ewwww)
The Kansas City Chiefs looked as though they were primed to suffer their first loss in 11 games Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. Then what has almost come to be expected happened - they found a way to emerge victorious.
To Live & Die In LA
The Kansas City Chiefs somehow survived self-inflicted mistakes, sloppy play, a number of injuries, and a very tough performance from the L.A. Chargers to come away with their first road win of the 2020 season. Harrison Butker made two incredible field goals from 58 yards out in the game, including one in overtime, to put away the Chargers by a final of 23-20.
HEY SUCKER, HERE'S THE ONLY SCORE THAT COUNTS!!!
The reigning #SuperBowl champions are the 23rd most valuable team among the #NFL's 32 franchises. The #Chiefs generated revenue of $435 million and operating income of $90 million in 2019. A year earlier, those figures were $410 million and $83 million.
Life Goals For Losers
INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Harrison Butker kicked a 58-yard field goal with 1:55 remaining in overtime, and the Kansas City Chiefs survived a superlative first start by rookie Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert to beat Los Angeles 23-20 on Sunday. Butker's game-winner was his third field goal of the day and his second from 58 yards, which tied a Chiefs record for distance.
Compulsive Gamblers Busted
Chiefs steal win vs. Chargers, but 94 percent of betting tickets lose as almost everyone had K.C. in non-cover
The Kansas City Chiefs claimed victory Sunday by knocking off their rival Los Angeles Chargers in dramatic fashion, with Harrison Butker nailing a 58-yard field goal to spoil an otherwise exciting debut for L.A.'s Justin Herbert.
Diehard Scribes Struggle To Find Worthwhile Narrative
The Kansas City Chiefs were a team with everything up against them as they faced the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday - entering the game, the team was already without top cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland (suspension) and Charvarius Ward (fractured hand) and defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring).
You decide . . .