The Kansas City Chiefs entered week 3 on a high note sitting at 2-0 at the top of the AFC West division. A mouth-watering matchup was on deck with a 0-1-1 Indianapolis Colts squad that came off a goose egg performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Kansas City’s offensive leaders downplayed Sunday’s televised argument between Mahomes and the offensive coordinator. The Kansas City Chiefs had a tough afternoon on Sunday, giving up a 20-17 road loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
This was supposed to be an ugly beatdown. Instead, it was just ugly. On Sunday afternoon, the Kansas City Chiefs went on the road and lost 20-17 against the embattled Indianapolis Colts in what has to be one of the worst performances in the Andy Reid era.
The Kansas City Chiefs suffered their first defeat of the season in Week 3 against the Indianapolis Colts. The Chiefs had many issues that seemed more self-inflicted than good play from the opposition.
For both good and bad, here are the players who stood out during a terrible road loss. We should have remembered that the Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts only play weird games — especially when they’re in Indianapolis.
The Chiefs offense looked good in a Week One win over the Cardinals, but the sledding’s been tougher for the unit over the past two weeks. They produced 20 points against the Chargers in Week Two and got a big play from the defense to beat their divisional rivals, but things got worse against the [more]
The Kansas City Chiefs were stunned into submission by the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3, 20-17, at the Lucas Oil Stadium. A late Colts interception bookended a scintillating fourth-period comeback that pulled the rug from under Patrick Mahomes & Co.
The Kansas City Chiefs lost their first game of the year Sunday afternoon, dropping a close decision to the Indianapolis Colts 20-17. There were a number of key mistakes from the Chiefs players that ultimately cost them the game.
The drive that ended with the Colts taking a fourth-quarter lead over the Chiefs was saved by a flag thrown on Kansas City defensive lineman Chris Jones after what should have been a sack that forced a punt.
The Chiefs had one too many mistakes to overcome in loss to Colts in Indianapolis. In what was widely viewed as a possible trap game for the 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs going up against the winless Indianapolis Colts, the Chiefs seemed to fall right into the trap — falling to the Colts 20-17.
One could write out a laundry list of reasons why the Kansas City Chiefs were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday afternoon, so blaming one particular development or one player wouldn't be fair.
The Kansas City Chiefs' 20-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday featured plenty of difficult moments, and the team's inability to put some additional points up on the board heading into the halftime break led to one of them.
For many in Chiefs Kingdom, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire was written off before he ever took his first snap with the team. It had nothing to do with him as a person or player, but rather everything to do with the position he plays and the point in which he was taken at the end of the first round during the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Chiefs will be without starting linebacker Willie Gay Jr. when they make the trip to Indianapolis. What does this mean for the Chiefs? In 2022 the Chiefs have started both of their games with two linebackers on the field, MLB Nick Bolton and WLB WiIlie Gay Jr.
Andy Reid's Kansas City Chief's team has looked incredible so far, sitting on top of the AFC West with one of the most potent offenses in the NFL. If there were any questions about the Chiefs after they traded Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, then those questions have been answered.
The time for talking is almost done before Sunday’s kickoff. The Kansas City Chiefs are set to travel to Indianapolis for a date with the Colts. Overall, this is the first of four games where the Chiefs will face the AFC South this season.
The Los Angeles Rams have signed TE Kendall Blanton to their roster from the Chiefs’ practice squad, per Blanton’s agent. It’s a return to the Rams for Blanton who was somewhat surprisingly cut by Los Angeles earlier this year.