The Kansas City Chiefs suffered an unexpected loss to the Denver Broncos on October 29, marking their first defeat against the Broncos since 2015
The game saw a subpar performance from star quarterback Patrick Mahomes II and the Chiefs' offense, leading to concerns about the team's future performance.
The day began with reports from The Athletic's Dianna Russini, indicating that Patrick Mahomes was battling the flu but was determined to play through it.
Despite his commitment to take the field, Mahomes had one of his most challenging outings in his NFL career
This lackluster performance raised questions about the team's trajectory and how the Chiefs could prevent this loss from creating a downward spiral.
Mahomes, known for his confidence and track record of success, responded with assurance when asked about the potential domino effect of the defeat.
"It won’t be," he stated bluntly, showing his conviction in the team's ability to bounce back from the loss.
While some might perceive such a statement as mere rhetoric, Mahomes' history of delivering on his promises to the Chiefs' fan base lends weight to his words.
His confidence, coupled with his past achievements and ability to lead the team to success,
suggests that this setback against the Broncos might not have a lasting negative impact on the team's overall performance.