It's probably both.
Today's game offers a good look at the post season as fans hope a double loss was nothing more than a fluke.
Meanwhile . . .
Following a horrific fight that sparked international shame more cautious souls hope that Chiefs fans can behave themselves during always sketchy night games.
Accordingly, here are just a few deets on the game to check during the many, many commercials and breaks . . .
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Dave Tuley, senior reporter at VSiN.com, is in his fourth season with The Post's Bettor's Guide. His handicapping pieces appear in VSiN's online magazine, Point Spread Weekly. I love Patrick Mahomes as much as the next football fan, but I'm not so sure the right team is favored here.
Sunday Night Football does not miss. In last week's game, the Patriots couldn't convert a game-winning field goal in the final minute to lose to their former quarterback Tom Brady and his new team, the Buccaneers. The week before that, the Packers beat the 49ers on a field goal as time expired.
Patrick Mahomes Is Arguably the Best Player in the NFL, but He Might Be Even More Skilled at Another Surprising Sport - Sportscasting | Pure Sports
Patrick Mahomes is arguably the best player in the entire NFL. The 26-year-old has already made three Pro Bowls, won an MVP award, and led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory in just three seasons as the starter. However, Mahomes might be even better at a completely different sport that not many fans would expect: Ping-Pong.
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs had a place in Monday Night Football, even though they didn't play in the game. It's something most of America missed, but an eagle-eye Chiefs fan didn't have any trouble spotting the tribute.
Stop right there. Let's hold off on the talk of the Bills' second trip to Kansas City this year being a possible AFC championship game preview. Sure, they met in January for a chance to go to the Super Bowl, with the Chiefs prevailing.
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