Dave? Dave? Kansas City man gets tickets for helping Chief

Heather Diaz
January 14, 2019

The Indianapolis Colts have a rather long injury list, but only two players are definitely out against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the National Football League playoffs: wide receiver Ryan Grant and defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis. It was the first time in 22 postseason attempts that he'd missed from that close. The Chiefs won 31-13 to reach the AFC Championship Game. He had five of his passes batted down at the line of scrimmage, didn't lead the Colts to a first down until their fifth possession late in the first half, and he finished the game just 19 of 36 for 203 yards and a touchdown.

Until now, until this new Chiefs team, with their new quarterback Patrick Mahomes. "It's a momentum swing and needing those points going into half and (I) didn't come through for us".

"He has to be fired up to have a normal offseason, to get away", Reich said. But in the flawless summation of their lousy afternoon, their erstwhile star kicker missed the extra point.

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It's unclear how Patterson became aware of Jayme, and authorities have found no evidence of any interactions between them. Nutter said she's glad that Patterson was quickly apprehended, and that Jayme is already safely back with her family.

The Chiefs had lost six straight home playoff games, including heartbreakers to Pittsburgh and Tennessee the past two years.

The NBC broadcast showed video of a fan dressed in Chiefs gear throwing a snowball onto the field, but it is unclear if that was the one that almost hit Sanchez. Former All-Pro safety Eric Berry missed practice on two consecutive days to end the week and his status for the AFC matchup with the Indianapolis Colts is uncertain.

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