The 35-year-old journeyman quarterback that made the two plucky plays in the final minutes of regulation that helped get the Kansas City Chiefs into the AFC championship game was fortunate to even be on the team.
If the Kansas City Chiefs make it to the Super Bowl and win again, don't expect a parade with massive crowds downtown like last year.
All of Chiefs Kingdom held it's collective breath when we saw the reigning Super Bowl MVP struggle to get off the ground with hopes of a second Super Bowl flashing right before our eyes. But in dramatic fashion, the Chiefs still survived in one the most memorable playoff wins in team history…
A lot of coaches might have played it safe Sunday and punted it away, trusting the defense. But Andy Reid says the call was a no-brainer, collective effort.
As for the man on everyone's mind, Andy Reid didn't offer much new information on the injury status of Patrick Mahomes. So here's a recap of everything we know.
The Chiefs are off to the AFC Championship after surviving a game filled with ups, downs and no shortage of adversity. It was yet another close, tough win, and Andy Reid says that's just a sign of a great team.
Chad Henne, the Chiefs’ 35-year-old backup, got his first taste of the playoffs Sunday when he was pressed into duty after former MVP Patrick Mahomes suffered a concussion midway through the third quarter against Cleveland.
Jared Butler hit a 3-pointer on the first shot of the game and No. 2 Baylor jumped out to a big lead. The standout guard kept scoring points — and making plays when No. 9 Kansas tried to get close late.
Contact sports like football are increasingly taking concussions more seriously, implementing protocols like the rules Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is following after exiting Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.