Kansas City Chiefs Prove To Be Poor Sports BUT Now Rank As Super Bowl Favorites

The Chiefs were at home for the big game last night but that didn't stop them from trolling former competition.

Here's a low-light . . .

"Tyreek Hill and  Mecole Hardman, watching from home, enjoyed seeing their Twitter foe's misfortune. Hardman even tweeted a picture of his Super Bowl ring to the still ring-less Apple."

Meanwhile . . .

The team is now picked to as a Super Bowl FAVORITE for next season.

Nevertheless . . .

Let's not forget that last season they bragged about going undefeated.

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You decide . . .