The Kansas City Chiefs were well on their way to the second round of the NFL playoffs with a large 28-point lead in the third quarter, but that all came crashing down. The Colts came all the way back down 10-38 and ended up beating the Chiefs 45-44. That’s the definition of a heartbreak, and some of the Chiefs players expressed that on Twitter after the game.
Tough loss. We played our hearts out. Gotta a lot to build from.
— Dwayne Bowe (@DwayneBowe82) January 5, 2014
Don’t even know what to say. That was devastating… It’s going to take awhile to get over that. Thanks #ChiefsKingdom for believing in us.
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) January 5, 2014
This one sure does hurt. I love you #ChiefsKingdom
— Chase Daniel (@ChaseDaniel) January 5, 2014
Despite the tough way to end the season, without a doubt, Kansas City has a lot to build on. Jamaal Charles is one of the best players in the league, Alex Smith is really starting to shine and this defense has the pieces to be elite. Remember, this is a team that started the year 9-0 and was arguably one of the better stories in the NFL in 2013.
Sorry Chief Fam, great season and great men in the locker room! I love my brothers and all our staff! We can only keep stacking! Chiefs!
— Cyrus Gray (@CyrusGray32) January 5, 2014
2013-2014 was only a building block.. Gonna keep working.. Had a blast this season hope you all did too. #ChiefsNation
— Donald Stephenson (@Don59Wayne) January 5, 2014
The Chiefs provided us with a ton of great memories this season. Use the comments below to give them a shootout, say thanks!