KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Perhaps the Kansas City Chiefs gave their neighbors across the parking lot a little bit of inspiration with their impassioned performance against New England. Jamaal Charles returned from an ankle injury to score three touchdowns, Alex Smith threw for 248 yards and three scores, and the Chiefs routed the Patriots 41-14 on Monday night, getting the sports week off to a smashing start in Kansas City with the Royals preparing to open the baseball playoffs on Tuesday. read more
New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston 10 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Picked-up pieces from fourth-quarter review of the New England Patriots' 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night: 1. While the game was over at that point, and the Chiefs might have exhaled a bit, it was nicely done by Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy...
New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston 12 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The New England Patriots used five different combinations along the offensive line in their 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night as they used the latter portions of the action to try some different combinations. A breakdown by drive: 1. Nate Solder-Dan Connolly-Bryan...
New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston 13 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Picked-up pieces from third-quarter review of the New England Patriots’ 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs: 1. In dissecting quarterback Tom Brady's first interception, in which he threw into a heavily trafficked area as receiver Julian Edelman...
ESPN1stTake 18 hours ago
First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss whether the New England Patriots are in trouble after losing on the road big against the Kansas City Chiefs 41-14.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick joined WEEI’s Dale & Holley show on Tuesday to discuss New England’s 41-14 loss to the Chiefs on Monday night. To hear the interview, go to the Dale & Holley audio on demand page. There were very few aspects of positive play for the Patriots at Arrowhead Stadium, as New England […]
In the aftermath of the Patriots’ 41-14 demolition at the hands of the Chiefs on Monday Night Football, former Patriots linebacker (and current ESPN analyst) Tedy Bruschi pulled no punches in examining the state of his former team. He suggested that the Patriots were out-coached when they were on defense (praising Chiefs coach Andy Reid […]
It all began March 12, 2013. That’s the day the 49ers traded quarterback Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs for second-round draft picks in 2013 and 2014. What ensued were a boggling number of draft-day moves tied to that… Continue Reading →