Ten years after firing Sean McDermott as his defensive coordinator, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid will stare across the field inside Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday and see his protégé trying to spoil his hopes of a Super Bowl repeat.
Patrick Mahomes took the majority of first-team reps in practice Thursday, even though he remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, raising expectations that he will start in the AFC championship game against the Buffalo Bills.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, according to the team.
Chad Henne came off the bench cold in the heat of a tense playoff game and delivered the game-sealing plays for Kansas City in his most consequential performance in a win since 2013.
Just in case it matters, Chad Henne isn't nearly as likely as Patrick Mahomes to chuck the ball deep down the field for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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.