Head coach Andy Reid watched the Chiefs’ unsuccessful fourth-and-2 play on the video board as tight end Travis Kelce (87) walked off the field in dejection after the Chiefs lost 24-17 to the Broncos in Denver. The Chiefs had the opportunity to score a touchdown on the last play to pull within an extra point of Denver, but the pass fell incomplete.
Head coach Andy Reid watched the Chiefs’ unsuccessful fourth-and-2 play on the video board as tight end Travis Kelce (87) walked off the field in dejection after the Chiefs lost 24-17 to the Broncos in Denver. The Chiefs had the opportunity to score a touchdown on the last play to pull within an extra point of Denver, but the pass fell incomplete. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Head coach Andy Reid watched the Chiefs’ unsuccessful fourth-and-2 play on the video board as tight end Travis Kelce (87) walked off the field in dejection after the Chiefs lost 24-17 to the Broncos in Denver. The Chiefs had the opportunity to score a touchdown on the last play to pull within an extra point of Denver, but the pass fell incomplete. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Chiefs’ failures in the red zone prove decisive in narrow loss to Broncos

September 14, 2014 06:40 PM