Frustrated Kansas City Chiefs Fading Fast

Here's a quick clue as to the real state of the team . . .

When mainstream newsies offer ANYTHING but irrational exuberance . . . The team is clearly struggling.

Accordingly, check this telling line from local news . . .

Kansas City has struggled to put teams away late in games this year in wins and losses.

With a 10-3 record, the concern was low until the Chiefs almost blew a 27-0 lead to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

In the 34-28 win, Kansas City gave up 21 unanswered before scoring a touchdown late in the third quarter.

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Chiefs continue to struggle to dominate bad teams

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - While a win is a win, the way the Kansas City Chiefs have won so far in their 2022 season is a bit alarming for a team with Super Bowl potential.

Andy Reid encourages Patrick Mahomes to 'keep firing' despite interceptions

When the Kansas City Chiefs started off up 27-0, those who follow and support the team believed they were going to experience a stress-free Sunday. However, in typical Chiefs fashion, they had to make the experience much more complicated than it needed to be.

10 things overheard as the Chiefs defeated the Broncos

On Sunday afternoon, the Kansas City Chiefs held on for a 34-28 victory over the Denver Broncos to go 10-3 on the season. Here are some of the things you might have overheard during the victory. "Russell, how does it feel to be so horrible it actually affects what time the kickoff takes place?"

KC Chiefs need more Isiah Pacheco and less Patrick Mahomes

The Kansas City Chiefs won an ugly and frustrating game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Things started out fantastic as the Chiefs built a 27-0 lead in the 2nd quarter. However, from that point on, the game was kind of a disaster for the Chiefs as they were outscored 28-7 the rest of the way.

Video: Fight Breaks Out After Chiefs vs. Broncos Game

Today's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos was a contentious one as the action was unfolding. But the big scrap took place after the final whistle. After the Chiefs knelt down to seal a 34-28 win over the Broncos, head coaches Andy Reid and Nathaniel Hackett went to midfield for the traditional postgame handshake.

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