Bill Belichick doesn't lose often, but he knows you can learn more in defeat. Belichick and the New England Patriots found the perfect way to stop Patrick Mahomes, despite losing 26-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Stopping the most dynamic quarterback in the NFL. Keeping the game's premier deep threat under wraps. Blanking a record-breaking tight end. Controlling the clock.
Fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills may not like it, but the two best teams in the AFC meet on Monday Night Football in Week 3.
With the San Francisco 49ers facing the Kansas City Chiefs, this year's Super Bowl should prove to be one to remember. It may not be the Super Bowl I rematch that many were expecting, but nonetheless NFL fans should be in for a classic. Let's talk about how both teams got to this point.
The Tennessee Titans once again shocked the NFL world, upsetting the top AFC seed Baltimore Ravens on the road to reach the AFC Championship game for the first time since the 2002 season when they went down to the Raiders.
After nearly sleepwalking into wildcard round defeat against the Buffalo Bills, the Texans lived to survive another day. This is largely due to Deshaun Watson calling upon his inner Michael Jordan to deliver some overtime magic.
After a spectacular 2018 where Andy Reid’s wonderfully entertaining offence was driven by the brilliant Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs fell to a heartbreaking overtime loss in the AFC Championship game to perennial winners New England.
The Kansas City Chiefs were one of the NFL's most exciting and dangerous teams last season. Why haven't they built on that this offseason?
The AFC top seed the Kansas City Chiefs will continue their Super Bowl run after an impressive 31-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the divisional round on Saturday.
Kittle, Manning and a miracle in Miami.