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By Mike Florio

Here’s another intriguing development from Monday night’s remarkable game between the Chiefs and Rams that easily became overlooked in the flurry of activity in a frenetic fourth quarter. The Rams nearly blew the game by mismanaging the clock after an interception that could have (should have) sealed the victory. Cornerback Marcus Peters ended a Kansas [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

The Chiefs have kept safety Eric Berry on their 53-player roster all season in anticipation of his return. But Berry hasn’t played, and the Chiefs haven’t committed to a date for his return. Kansas City is hopeful Berry can return to practice next week after the team’s open date. That means there is a chance [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Rams running back Todd Gurley had never heard of an over-under bet. Based on the outcome of Monday night’s game, Las Vegas possibly wishes it hadn’t, either. Via Ben Fawkes of ESPN.com, the William Hill sportsbook said that it experienced a “healthy seven-figure loss” as a result of the 105 points scored by the Chiefs [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

The fourth quarter of Monday night’s classic between the Chiefs and the Rams had plenty of memorable moments. Here’s one that may have gotten overlooked. With 2:19 to play and the Rams trailing, 51-47, quarterback Jared Goff threw a deep out to receiver Josh Reynolds. Chiefs cornerback Orlando Scandrick was there, the ball hit him [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Chiefs-turned-Rams cornerback Marcus Peters seemingly sealed last night’s game with an interception late in the fourth quarter. And Peters, while leaving the field, removed his helmet in celebration. For years, removing the helmet in the field of play has been prohibited, triggering a 15-yard penalty. And the rule has been applied on many occasions — [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

Of all the records the Chiefs would rather not own, one that they set last night was the kind which may not be broken for a long time. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Chiefs became the first team to score more than 50 points in a game and lose. Teams scoring 50 were [more] Read more…

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