Maybe Mediocre Kansas City Chiefs Don't Deserve Dome?!?!

The Kansas City Chiefs choked this weekend. 

Sure . . .

They look flashy, brilliant and unstoppable against a sausage division like the AFC West. But their road trip was downright embarrassing and revealed that the team is headed in the wrong direction. 

Football fanbois will have more to debate on this topic but here's a truism courtesy of TOP ECHELON KC INSIDERS . . . 


In Missouri or Kansas . . . Nobody is excited about giving a mediocre fumbling football team a ton of cash.

Meanwhile, take a peek at more insights & excuses . . .

Speaking after another 27-24 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes credited Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s performance — while also ruing a slow start and missed fourth-quarter opportunities by his own team.

“First off,” Mahomes stated, “they have a great quarterback — a guy that’s won a lot of football games. Even though it was in college, he’s won a lot of football games now in the NFL. He’s someone who competes to the very end, too. They’ve got playmakers all over there. They’re well coached, have a good defense, and — at the end of the day — they’ve executed at a higher level in critical situations.

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Bengals' Joe Burrow continues success against Chiefs, snaps Kansas City's win streak

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