He's one of our favorite players but pro-sports is cruel and unforgiving . . .
Accordingly, here's the main takeaway from yesterday's EPIC win . . .
Kansas City can win big without Travis Kelce.
And so . . .
Whatever happens at the glorious OR anti-climactic conclusion of this season . . . Trades will be inevitable and a competitive NFL team should always be in the process of rebuilding.
As playoff crunch time approaches, fans and the front office shouldn't get too attached to players that might on their way out.
Again, if this town had more than a handful of decent sports talkers . . . This truism would be a more widely-held and acceptable opinion but marketing disguised as conversation prevents as much.
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This is probably the 100th time you've heard the statistic - but Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has only started one game without the company of tight end Travis Kelce in the lineup: Week 17 of his rookie season.