On the latest edition of the Chiefs Blitz Podcast on YouTube, Nick Athan, Hense Todd, Lou Montagna, and Andre Tillman, break down the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The fact the Chiefs lost Tight End Travis Kelce before the first half with an ankle injury, he came back in the second half to catch the game-winning touchdown.
The Kansas City Chiefs did what had to be done on Sunday. They defeated the Minnesota Vikings 27-20 despite losing All-Pro Tight End, Travis Kelce for a portion of the game. Despite a low ankle sprain, Kelce scored the game-winner in the fourth quarter.
His Quarterback, Patrick Mahomes has now defeated all 31 teams, and we discuss why the Chiefs never felt they needed a young franchise quarterback, until now General Manager, Brett Veach forced Andy Reid and GM John Dorsey, to trust his judgment and believe Mahomes was going to win Super Bowls in Kansas City.