Kansas City Chiefs Suffer Defeat In Denver & EPIC Trolling

And so we come full circle and Taylor Swift romance proves to be a double-edged sword.

The deets of the game are embarrassing but essentially meaningless . . . Here's the gut punch that will leave a lingering sting for fans . . .

"In the end, she didn't show up, and the Chiefs went on to lose - leading to Denver making the most of their opportunity to troll their opponent and one of its key men.

"As soon as the game finished at Mile High on Sunday afternoon, the stadium speakers began to blare out Taylor Swift's biggest hit 'Shake It Off', much to the delight of the fans inside the stadium."

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Broncos troll Kelce and Chiefs by blaring Taylor Swift's Shake It Off

Kelce's whirlwind romance with the pop superstar has dominated headlines over the past month, and there were suggestions she would be in Denver to watch him in a fifth NFL game on Sunday.

Taylor Swift Skips Travis Kelce's Chiefs, Broncos Game in Denver

Taylor Swift was not in the stadium to cheer on Travis Kelce at his away game on Sunday, October 29, as the Kansas City Chiefs faced the Denver Broncos

Four Takeaways From the Chiefs' 24-9 Loss to the Broncos

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Final score: Chiefs fall victim to trap game, lose 24-9 in Denver

For the first time in eight years, Kansas City has fallen to Denver.

KC Chiefs win streak over Denver Broncos ends at 16 straight

It turns out that 17 was the magic number.

Chiefs lose, Travis Kelce has a tough day in Taylor Swift's absence

High-profile tight end Travis Kelce underperformed against expectations Sunday in the Kansas City Chiefs' loss to the Denver Broncos - and his reported sweetheart, Taylor Swift, wasn't there to see it.

Chiefs mistakes at Denver lead to second loss of season

Kansas City committed 5 turnovers, only mustered 275 total yards and 0 touchdowns, were 3-10 on third down and 0-3 in the red zone.

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