Despite so much local sports talker blathering about the "comeback" of the Kansas City Chiefs. Brittany Matthews seems to be the most influential supporter of the team and her baby daddy.
One example out of many . . .
She recently called out ESPN's Ryan Clark and he quickly "corrected" his comments about QB Patrick Mahomes.
Right now we consider that exchange along with so much pre-game chatter regarding the Chiefs.
As game time approaches, we'll soon see if the newfound confidence holds up against a much better team than the Las Vegas chumps the Chiefs trounced last week.
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Brittany Matthews has a message for Chiefs critics: "Never doubt" Patrick Mahomes. Following the Chiefs' 41-14 statement win over the Raiders on Sunday night, Mahomes' fiancée took to Twitter to call out those who have been critical of Kansas City this season, the offense, specifically. "Saying Patrick is broken is ignorant.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Average ticket prices for Sunday's game between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Sunday are now averaging close to $500. The lowest "get-in" price on TickPick is $330, according to the no-fee secondary ticket-broker, making it the NFL's most expensive ticket this weekend.
Patrick Mahomes followed three of the worst games of his professional career with one of his best, throwing for 406 yards and five touchdowns as the Kansas City Chiefs rolled to a 41-14 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders.It was the third time Mahomes had thrown for at least 400
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. This number is a little short, but I'm still willing to take it on the Cowboys (or, more accurately, against the Chiefs).
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The Kansas City Chiefs are in the middle of the pack in rushing defense this season, allowing an average of 114.6 yards per game. However, they came up with a head-turning performance at Las Vegas last week, limiting the Raiders to 50 yards on the ground in a decisive 41-14 victory.
One game is all it took for everyone to decide the Kansas City Chiefs were great again. The Chiefs blew out the Las Vegas Raiders last week in a Sunday night game, and that led to a week of proclamations that the Chiefs are back.
You decide . . .