Patrick Mahomes & Kansas City Chiefs Shame Raiders & Revive Hope


Shame. And more shame was leveled against a surprisingly weak sin city team courtesy of the frizzy-headed savior of Kansas City.

And so the fanboi choir has been resurrected in order to sing the praises of Patrick Mahomes after he unloaded in Las Vegas . . . In a good way. 

For late night lurkers we offer this collection of our favorite news links celebrating what we hope will be a return to competitive play midway into the season NFL football season . . .

Mahomes' 5 TD passes lead KC Chiefs past Raiders 41-14

All right. Um, as far as injuries go, um Tarvaris Ward had a bit of a stomach illness. Willie gay likewise had a little bit of illness before the game. Um, and really everybody else finished, you know, I mean that played uh hats off to the fans.

With Mahomes' 5 touchdown passes, Chiefs stomp Raiders 41-14, take first in AFC West

LAS VEGAS - Patrick Mahomes threw five touchdown passes and returned to his usual form after a surprisingly shaky stretch this season, and the Kansas City Chiefs moved into first place in the AFC West with a 41-14 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night.

Andy Reid on Chiefs' Performance: 'We've Got So Much Room to Improve Still'

The Kansas City Chiefs sent the rest of the AFC West a statement on Sunday night when they defeated the Las Vegas Raiders by a final score of 41-14. They also may have put the AFC in general on notice with such a dominant performance.

Patrick Mahomes dominates as Chiefs send message to rest of the NFL with Raiders rout

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs showed the NFL world just how dangerous they could be, in case anyone forgot as they struggled through the first half of the season. Kansas City's 41-14 beat down of the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night catapulted the team back to the top of the AFC West and back into the playoff conversation.

Raiders Embarrassed By Chiefs, 41-14

The Kansas City Chiefs, after a slow start this season, showed why they had been the dominant team in the AFC West for the last five years. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for 406 yards, and five touchdowns as the Chiefs dominated most of the way in a 41-14 rout of the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night before 65,000 fans at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Chiefs break out of slump, hang 41 on Raiders

11:25 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 LAS VEGAS -- The Kansas City Chiefs located their offensive might on Sunday night in their most important game of the season.

Final score: Chiefs take AFC West lead with 41-14 blowout of the Raiders

Less than a month removed from being alone in last place of the AFC West, the Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) have quickly climbed to the top of the standings with a 41-14 manhandling of the Las Vegas Raiders (5-4), who were tied with the Los Angeles Chargers (5-4) for first place.

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