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By Michael David Smith

Jeff Triplette, the much-criticized referee who worked Saturday’s Titans-Chiefs game, has reportedly decided to call it a career. Triplette has told people around the league that he is retiring from the officiating business, Aditi Kinkhabwala? of NFL Network reports. Saturday’s apparent career finale was not a good performance by Triplette, who drew criticism from former [more]
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By Mike Florio

The NFL’s ultimate businessman appeared to make the ultimate business decision on Saturday night. Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis, a late-season addition to the team who surely hoped to parlay a couple of strong postseason performances into a big payday next year (either under the second year of his Kansas City contract or elsewhere), clearly pulled [more]
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By Mike Florio

With the replay-review function not consistently adhering to the “clear and obvious” evidence standard and with Saturday’s postseason-opening game not featuring the kind of officiating the league’s teams and fans deserve, the NFL has plenty of issues to address regarding one of its most important functions. And the easiest solution when it comes to the [more]
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By Mike Florio

Lost in the hit that knocked Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce out of Saturday’s wild-card game with a concussion was an apparent fumble by Kelce. Every available replay angle showed the ball come out as Kelce fell to the ground. Because the play happened in the final two minutes of the first half, Titans coach [more]
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By Michael David Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs have completed the greatest NFL postseason collapse since . . . well, since the last NFL postseason game. Leading 21-3 at halftime at home against a seemingly overmatched Titans team, the Chiefs could do absolutely nothing in the second half and found a way to lose, 22-21. It was a terrible [more]
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By Michael David Smith

A wild wild-card playoff game is going down to the wire. Titans receiver Eric Decker, who had been having a rough game, reeled in a 22-yard catch in the end zone to give Tennessee a 22-21 lead at Kansas City. The Titans failed on the two-point conversion attempt. The game was all Chiefs in the [more]
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