We knew the Denver Broncos would come out running the football but I don’t think anyone would anticipated them running it as much as they did.
The Broncos had well over 200 yards rushing vs. the Chiefs defense. Despite knowing it was coming, the Chiefs could not stop Denver.
To illustrate just how bad this game was for the Chiefs, Tim Tebow had only one pass completion midway through the 4th quarter before Tim Tebow hit Eric Decker on a 56-yard touchdown bomb in which Decker burned both Brandon Flowers and Reshard Langford.
On the other side of the ball, the Chiefs offense was its usual inconsistent, unproductive self. Drivers were hard to come by as were yards. None of the Kansas City receivers made an impact and every time the Chiefs did do something right, it seemed they wiped it out with a stupid penalty. On one play, rookie WR Jonathan Baldwin made probably the greatest catch you will ever see only to have it wiped away.
At this point, it is time to consider that the Chiefs are just as bad as we thought they were earlier in the season. They had a few decent games, but it seems they just don’t have what it takes to compete in 2011.
We’ll be breaking down the game on the Arrowhead Addict Post Game Show on AA Radio. Join AA’s senior editor Patrick Allen and senior staff writer Big Matt at 3:30 central and listen as they break down what went wrong and where the Chiefs go from here.