Chiefs news for Sept 26, 2022
Today in Chiefs history, not a thing seems to have happened. However, those guys across the parking lot were busy.
1973- Paul Splitorff becomes Kansas City Royals FIRST 20 game winner by beating the White Sox 6-2 at Comisky Park.
1978- The KC Royals clinch their third straight AL West Title as Larry Gura pitches a complete game 3 hitter, Amos Otis has 2 RBI’s to help beat the Seattle Mariners 4-1 at Royals Stadium, it is the shortest game in Royals Stadium history at 1 hour and 42 minutes.
1979- Frank White of the Royals hits for the cycle in California, to help KC win 4-0.
1985- Steve Balboni becomes the KC Royals single-season leader in home runs when he hit his 35th today. He finished the season with 36 homers, a club record.
2009- Billy Butler of the Royals became the eighth player in MLB history to hit 50 doubles in a season before turning 24 yrs old.
2014- The Kansas City Royals behind pitching from Jeremy Guthrie beat the White Sox in Chicago 3-1 to clinch a spot in the playoffs for the first time in 29 years.
Alright then, let’s get this over with
Insider: How the Colts pulled off the shocking upset of the Chiefs | Indystar.com
Frustrated and under siege after an ugly start in a tie against the Texans and a loss to the Jaguars, Indianapolis came roaring back with a 20-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs to get in the win column, a game sealed by Rodney McLeod’s interception off of a Stephon Gilmore deflection.
Patrick Mahomes was quite unhappy with the way the Chiefs’ first half ended | Yahoo Sports
It’s not uncommon for players and coaches to argue on the field when things go wrong. But you don’t often see Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy going at it in such a fashion.
Four Takeaways From the Chiefs’ 20-17 Loss to the Colts | Charlotte Observer (turn off adblocker)
Throughout the week, many expected the Kansas City Chiefs to come out firing against the Indianapolis Colts and jump out to an early lead. In dramatic fashion, however, things got off to a rocky start and didn’t recover all the way.
Five things that stood out about the Kansas City Chiefs’ brutal loss to the Colts | KCStar via Yahoo
The Chiefs deserved that fate, even if looked they might escape it for the better part of 55 minutes Sunday.
Instant analysis of Chiefs’ Week 3 loss to Colts | Chiefswire
They started the game off on the wrong foot with some negative momentum in the special teams game. It seemed to bleed over into the rest of the game slowly throughout a full four quarters. In the end, the Indianapolis Colts played the better game and really earned their first win of the season.
Patrick Mahomes says Chiefs’ offensive miscues were main culprit in Week 3 loss to Colts | Chiefswire
When asked about the loss after the game on Sunday, Patrick Mahomes shouldered a lot of the blame himself. He felt like he left a lot of opportunities on the field and that the offense didn’t execute well as a whole.
Kansas City Chiefs fans furious about unsportsmanlike conduct call on Chris Jones | KCStar
Fans were baffled by the call, wanted to know what Jones said and were angry with Jones. Here is a sample of what they were saying (with words we can use).
KC Chiefs report card: Special teams, Chris Jones’ mouth costly in loss at Indy Colts | KCStar via Yahoo
For all but the final five minutes it looked as if the Chiefs’ defense would help the visitors pull out a victory. The Kansas City players on that side of the ball would have carried the Chiefs on a day when the offense sputtered and special teams was a disaster. Then Chris Jones couldn’t keep his mouth shut.
This helps a bit:
Raiders, coach Josh McDaniels frustrated after 0-3 start: ‘We all feel sh***y’ | Yahoo sports
Jaguars go out west and dominate Chargers, 38-10 | BigCatCountry