Chiefs news for January 17, 2022
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Chiefs to host Bills on Sunday night in divisional round | chiefswire
The Bills and Chiefs have some recent history in the regular season and the postseason. They hosted Buffalo back in Week 5 of the regular season on “Sunday Night Football.” That game was a struggle for Kansas City on both sides of the ball, where penalties, turnovers and miscues would lead to a 38-20 loss. This won’t just be a regular-season rematch, though. The Chiefs hosted the Bills in the AFC championship game in 2020 and defeated them 38-24 in that game to advance to Super Bowl LV.
Instant analysis of Chiefs’ wild-card win over Steelers | chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, and while the final score won’t indicate it, they played far from a perfect game. There were some early struggles that the team had to overcome on offense in order to get the scoring going. It took them almost a quarter and a half to do so. After they got the first score out of the way others would follow and with relative ease. This team has only proven that they still have work to do if they’re to continue to advance in the playoffs.
WATCH: Chiefs OG Nick Allegretti scores big man touchdown vs. Steelers |chiefswire
Nobody expected the lineman to spring free after reporting eligible on the one-yard line. Check out the short-yardage trickery up top, and notice how little attention the defense paid to Allegretti when he scampered in for the easy score. This was Allegretti’s first NFL touchdown and his first time playing a big role in a game since he filled in at left guard against the Bengals. He has proven to be a capable blocker who plays with the same grit he showed on film at the University of Illinois, but now he showed off his mitts as well. There was also the takedown of T.J. Watt to make it happen too.
Mahomes leads Chiefs to rout of Steelers | tsn
Patrick Mahomes threw for 404 yards and five touchdowns, Travis Kelce caught a TD pass and threw another one, and the Kansas City Chiefs sent Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger into his anticipated retirement with a 42-21 blowout of the Steelers in the wild-card round of the playoffs Sunday night.
Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium runs out of ‘touchdown fireworks’ | yardbarker
Across the second and third periods, Mahomes tossed touchdown passes to five different receivers — including lineman Nick Allegretti — as the Chiefs looked to advance to the AFC divisional round against the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs were scoring so much at one point that Arrowhead Stadium had to notify fans of an obscure problem it was encountering
Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes crush Steelers in what may be Ben Roethlisberger’s final game | yahoosports
The Chiefs advance to the divisional round, where they will host Buffalo in a rematch of their Week 5 showdown, which the Bills won. The Steelers, meanwhile, see their season, and likely the Ben Roethlisberger era, end with an unceremonious blowout defeat.
Travis Kelce’s pair of stiff-arms propel 31-yard catch and run | nfl
Best Twitter reactions from Chiefs’ wild-card round victory over Steelers | chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs are heading back to the AFC divisional round for the fourth consecutive season after a 42-21 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wild-card round. In the second quarter, the Chiefs’ offense broke the game wide open, not letting up for a moment to give Pittsburgh an ounce of hope throughout the game. Twitter users captured the highlights and lowlights of the game.