Honeymoon OVER If Kansas City Chiefs Lose

Early in the season . . . The Kansas City Chiefs are already at a turning point. 

They're underdogs going into this game. 

And . . .


Consider . . .

As we noted earlier this week . . . Brittany Mahomes is already lashing out at criticism.

Moreover . . . 

Despite hasty explanations from the team . . . Paddy yelling at the Offensive Coordinator didn't really go over well.

Even worse . . .

Kansas City Chiefs fans are remarkably fickle. Grown men who spend time watching sports are prone to erratic waves of emotion that erratically shift back & forth from jubilation to despair based on how a ball bounces.  

And all of this leads us to a truism . . . 

There's simply no denying the organization is undergoing a moment of doubt.

Accordingly . . . We check some of the more relevant reading before game time.

Check TKC news gathering . . .

Patrick Mahomes's Wife Unhappy With Opinion Piece on Her Husband

Following the ' 17-16 loss to the Colts this past weekend, the Kansas City Star published a controversial letter to the editor in which a reader said that quarterback Patrick Mahomes was "not a team player." The letter, written byJohn Geimer fromGlen Carbon, Ill., caused quite a stir on social media when it was published on Friday.

Chiefs' defensive tackle Chris Jones reportedly fined by the NFL

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones was fined $10,609 for unsportsmanlike conduct last week, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports. Jones was fined for "abusive language" used against Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Ryan. The incident resulted in a potentially game-changing 15-yard penalty on Jones, which kept Indianapolis' game-winning drive alive.

'You can barely say 'hell' anymore': Chiefs DE Frank Clark gives memorable unfiltered press conference

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark might have found his post-football career move: stand-up comedy. Clark was on the podium Friday to address reporters before the team's Oct. 2 Sunday Night Football showdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Arrowhead Pride staff weighs in on the Chiefs-Buccaneers game...

In Week 3, every member of the Arrowhead Pride staff picked the wrong horse. The Indianapolis Colts Let's see what the staff - and our readers - think about the matchup. defeated the Buccaneers 27, Chiefs 24 Kansas City Chiefs Buccaneers 23, Chiefs 17 after the staff had turned in a collective prediction of a 34-19 Chiefs victory Chiefs 16, Buccaneers 13 .

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce is 51 receiving yards from passing Rob Gronkowski

TAMPA, Fla. - Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is regarded as one of the most elite tight ends in the NFL and on Sunday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he has a chance to etch his name even further into the history books.

Buccaneers vs. Chiefs: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay Current Records: Kansas City 2-1; Tampa Bay 2-1 The Kansas City Chiefs will hit the road for the second straight week as they head to Raymond James Stadium at 8:20 p.m. ET on Sunday. Both teams are out to turn their luck around after having lost tight contests in their previous games.

The only Chiefs player who scored in Super Bowl LV ruled out for Sunday vs. Bucs

The #Chiefs have ruled K Harrison Butker (ankle) out for Sunday's game. K Matthew Wright was elevated from the practice squad. - Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 1, 2022 The Kansas City Chiefs never found the end zone against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, and the only member of their team to find the scoreboard that night won't be on the field for Sunday's rematch.

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