A tough but worthwhile season for the Kansas City Chiefs has elicited more than a bit of introspection and analysis.
Whilst it might hurt to look back on predictions of an undefeated season and arguments for a local football "dynasty" with a more critical eye . . . The search for meaning is worthwhile . . .
Accordingly, here's a peek at a fanboi trying to make the best of it and repeating a post-season mantra amongst frustrated local sports talkers . . .
"Think about this before complaining about the Chiefs not making it to a third straight Super Bowl: In the modern era of the NFL (post-1970), the Chiefs had only won one home playoff game. In the same time frame between 1970 and 2018, the team had only won four playoff games total before Mahomes arrived."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
That certainly wasn't the way anyone imagined the season would end for the Kansas City Chiefs: A 21-3 lead late in the second quarter being squandered against the Cincinnati Bengals. First, there were several missed tackles on a screen pass that went for a 44-yard touchdown with 1:05 left in the first half.