Jeremy Maclin was mic’d up for Browns game


On Sunday, Jeremy Maclin caught a touchdown and led the Kansas City Chiefs to a 17-13 in over the Cleveland Browns. The victory was the ninth consecutive win for the Chiefs and combined with a loss by the Pittsburgh Steelers, put them in the postseason for the second time in three seasons.

Maclin was wired for sound during the contest and really showed another side of his personality. Off the field and in press conferences, Maclin is known to be a very quiet, humble guy who allows his play to do the talking for him. Clearly, he is another person when he steps between the white lines. You can listen to the whole thing here.

Without Maclin – who general manager John Dorsey signed to a five-year, $55 million deal this offseason – the Chiefs are nowhere near the playoffs. Maclin posted the first 1,000-yard season for a Kansas City receiver since Dwayne Bowe back in 2011. He also has seven receiving touchdowns to lead the team and has come up time and again with crucial plays in big spots.

Maclin and Travis Kelce have to continue to be great should Kansas City plan on making a deep run into the playoffs. To this point, the Chiefs have gotten star production from both.

(h/t Arrowhead Pride)