Isiah Pacheco breaking a trainer's table is perfect analogy for Chiefs' day

Of course, he did.

Las Vegas Raiders v Kansas City Chiefs
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Things have been quite miserable for the Kansas City Chiefs for the vast majority of their afternoon game against the Las Vegas Raiders—save for a marvelous defensive performance by the entire unit. An unfortunate sideline gaffe with Isiah Pacheco just served as the perfect analogy for the day the Chiefs are having.

As the game is nearing the fourth quarter, the Chiefs are currently down by two scores in a 20-7 game. The Chiefs' offense has been completely miserable all day as Patrick Mahomes has looked ried and tight end Travis Kelce has been frustrated. The stats back it all up.

the Chiefs have converted only 3 of 12 third-down conversions in Week 16 as Antonio Pierce's defense came ready to play the Chiefs very physical from the outset. The Chiefs also have two turnovers, both of which turned into defensive touchdowns for the Raiders and both of which came on back to back plays that blew the game open for the Raiders.

The Chiefs have averaged only 3.5 yards per carry on the ground, and it's been even worse for non-Mahomes rushes as Isiah Pacheco has averaged only 2.4 yards per carry on the day.

Speaking of Pacheco, he's currently injured and seeking medical attention for a potential head injury. Yet even before he could hit the locker room, he tried to play down on an athletic trainer's table for further examination and this happened:

Yeah, we're not surprised. We're just not.