Mahomes Good, Chiefs Not, Titans Win 35-32

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November 10, 2019

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One week after the Kansas City Chiefs did everything right in the final moments of a game to claim an unlikely victory, they did everything wrong down the stretch in blowing a lead against the Tennessee Titans.

The Chiefs botched one field-goal attempt in the final two minutes and had another one blocked on the game’s final play. In between, the Chiefs allowed the Titans to go down the field for what would be the winning touchdown of a 35-32 loss. (READ MORE) by Adam Teicher | ESPN

In the aftermath of the Kansas City Chiefs shocking road loss to the Tennessee Titans, a 35-32 last second win for Mike Vrabel’s team in Nashville, there’s not a single facet of K.C.’s team that should feel confident going forward.

The Chiefs meltdown in Nissan Stadium on Sunday afternoon was a failure on every level, with penalties and dropped passes and miscues and poor coaching decisions. Even the Chiefs’ special teams units were a clown show for the entire game. Moving forward, the now 6-4 have a lot of soul-searching ahead of them to figure out just who they are and how good they want to be. (READ MORE) by Matt Conner | Fansided

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Usually, when you see a jump pass go for a touchdown it occurs in the red zone. Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has the reputation of being a playmaker, but I am just not too sure that anyone has seen anything like this before.

Early in the fourth quarter, Mahomes faced some pressure in the pocket on third down. Navigating traffic and stepping up into the pocket, Mahomes located rookie WR Mecole Hardman and jumped forward as he delivered the football. It was, by definition, a jump pass. (READ MORE) by Charles Goldman

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