The Kansas City Chiefs fell to the New England Patriots, 37-31, at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night in a tightly-contested AFC Championship Game that came down to the wire.
In a contest that went back-and-forth for the entirety of the second half, tailback Rex Burkhead plowed ahead for a 2-yard touchdown on the Patriots’ first possession of overtime to send New England to a third-straight Super Bowl.
A couple days later, the Kansas City Chiefs relieved defensive coordinator Bob Sutton of his duties.
Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus broke down the defeat and shared his top storylines for the offseason.
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