Chiefs news for January,03 2022/
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The Season Is Over For Lucas Niang | ProfootbaLLTALK
According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, offensive tackle Lucas Niang is believed to have suffered a season-ending torn patellar tendon on Sunday.
Niang, who usually starts at right tackle, flipped over to left tackle when Orlando Brown Jr. suffered a calf injury during pregame warmups. Niang then suffered the knee injury on Kansas City’s second drive and was carted off the field.
KC Chiefs’ report card vs. Bengals: This specific aspect doomed Kansas City on Sunday | Wichataeagle
Now 11-5, the Chiefs are looking up at the AFC’s No. 1 seed. The Tennessee Titans are in the driver’s seat for that first-round bye and homefield advantage with one game remaining in the regular season. The Chiefs and Titans could each finish 12-5, but Tennessee holds the tiebreaker, having beaten the Chiefs in November.
Dropped Passes Slow Kansas City Chiefs Offense During Loss To Bengals | Forbes
“We were executing at a high level in the first half,” Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said. “We had a couple bad plays here and there from really everybody that kinda stalled drives out.”
Week 17 loss to Bengals | chiefswire
Things went well for Kansas City in the first half, but they quickly started unraveling as the game went on. Once the drops and penalties started to come for the Chiefs it felt like a dam broke, and they were suddenly fighting themselves and a potent Bengals offense. Still, this one came down to the final minutes of the game, minutes where the defense might have been best served letting Cincinnati score and giving Patrick Mahomes a chance to march down the field and match.
Injury updates following Week 17 | chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs were left to lick their wounds after a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, and they had a few big wounds.
Burrow outduels Mahomes as Bengals beat Chiefs, earn playoff spot | sportsnet
– Patrick Mahomes had a message for young Bengals star Ja’Marr Chase when the two met on the field after Cincinnati’s dramatic 34-31 win over Kansas City to clinch the AFC North title.
“Keep going – we’ll see you in the playoffs,” the Chiefs quarterback told Chase./