D-Bag Loses $80K On Kansas City Chiefs Amid Playoff Rematch FAIL

A newsflash that needs to be highlighted so that our beloved cowtown can move forward . . .


In fact . . .

It's fair to be skeptical of the team in the midst of so much early season hype. 

Even more fun . . . 

Special thanks to our blog community for providing snarky commentary about that $80,000 bet on the team to win today. 

Life is a gamble so we won't dwell on the dude's misfortune and, as always, we hope the odds always in favor of our friendly readers. 

Accordingly . . . 

Here's a peek at the today's aftermath . . .

"With both Kansas City and Buffalo being tied after quarters one, two and three, that set the stage for a fourth quarter that could have implications on final seeding in the AFC once the regular season is over. With over a minute left to score and a four-point deficit staring him in the face, quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw an interception early in the Chiefs' final drive to give Buffalo a 24-20 win."

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