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Twitter has fun with Chiefs’ prime-time demolition at hands of Pittsburgh Steelers

Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen winces after Jesse James’ touchdown catch for the Steelers.
Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen winces after Jesse James’ touchdown catch for the Steelers. skeyser@kcstar.com

One of the best things about playing on Sunday Night Football? Everybody’s watching.

The worst thing about playing terribly on Sunday Night Football? Everbody’s watching.

The Kansas City Chiefs stumbled from the beginning of Sunday night’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Twitter had some fun at their expense.

Some people, for example, were already happy about not having to watch the team next week, when it has a bye.

Others found a silver lining to the Chiefs digging a very big hole very early, like getting back to their Netflix binge.

Still others wanted to find a way to get the game off the air altogether as fast as possible.

Seems harsh, tbh.

Even the cute cats on the internet had to look away.

The word “embarrassment” came up. A lot.

At least there is always Baby Andy Reid, right?

Rachel Crader: 816-234-4012, @RachelCrader

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