At the very least . . .
Amid chatter about another pricey downtown development, voters should remember this horrible feeling looming over our cowtown after a crushing playoff defeat.
Moreover . . .
The biggest takeaway from the playoff implosion should be that betting on sports is sketchy and has a very strong likelihood to disappoint entire metro areas.
And so . . .
Taxpayers putting millions into new digs for a cadre of billionaires should JUSTIFIABLY meet with skepticism.
Accordingly . . .
In this post we share a few more playoff aftermath links that deserve a look.
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The Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime 27-24 on Sunday. Actually, "lost" isn't quite the right verb for what happened in this game. The Kansas City Chiefs choked away another Super Bowl berth is a much more accurate description of what transpired on the field.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs' loss on Sunday is hitting the Kingdom hard. Fans at Arrowhead Stadium left disappointed and shocked, but still optimistic for the future. The Chiefs fell to the Cincinnati Bengals 27-24 in overtime in the AFC Championship game. "It feels like I got hit in the stomach.
It was not the outcome Chiefs fans at Arrowhead were hoping for. The Chiefs lost the AFC Championship to the Bengals 27-24 in overtime. The mood was somber as fans made their way out of the stadium after the season ended one game shy of the Super Bowl, but they're already looking forward to next season.
LENEXA, Kan. - The Kansas City Chiefs did not defeat the Cincinnati Bengals for the AFC Championship title, putting an end to a long-fought season. Screams, cheers, chants and Chiefs pride were heard throughout Tanner's Bar & Grill in Lenexa, Kansas, as high energy turned into devastation.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game ended the Kansas City Chiefs' season. After racing out to a 21-3 lead in the first half, the Bengals scored 21 unanswered points to take a late fourth quarter 24-21 lead.
Dozens of fans returned to their homes Sunday evening with heavy hearts following a devastating loss against the Cincinnati Bengals. While it was not the result many of them hoped for, fans were thankful for a great season and for players who left everything they had out on the field.
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Here are five things we learned. Kansas City's star quarterback is no stranger to a rough game. But they've rarely - if ever - come at the most important times. Prior to Sunday, the Mahomes-led Chiefs have only lost twice in the postseason: once in a 37-31 shootout against the New England Patriots - and last season's 31-9 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl.
You decide . . .