Chiefs Coach Andy Reid Scolds Fans for Throwing Snowballs

Ross Houston
January 14, 2019

He'll tweak his game some in order to hopefully be a better quarterback for what should be a better team next season. Here in Kansas City, playoff games have to be viewed through the lens of history, and the soul-crushing postseason heartbreak that has spanned generations of Chiefs fans who remember every January loss in vivid detail.

About 8 inches of snow fell in Kansas City by the time the game between the Chiefs and Colts kicked off Saturday.

The AFC West champions will play the victor of Sunday's game between the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers and the New England Patriots next weekend for a spot in the Super Bowl in Atlanta. The Elway game. The Lin Elliott game. Five years ago, they blew a 38-10 second-half lead against Luck and the Colts to spoil Andy Reid's first season. In that contest, Lawrence Tynes missed a 23-yarder for Kansas City.

The Chiefs took an early lead in the game and never let up, maintaining a large lead nearly the entire way.

Even when the Colts caught a break and Sammy Watkins fumbled the ball to them late in the third quarter, they were quick to give it back.

He missed an extra-point try after a T.Y.

Sherman, a Pro Bowler this year, has played the last six years with the Chiefs. Many of us haven't seen this team in the AFC title game since we were pretty young. I really think that oozes out of him, and I think what we tried to do this year was create a culture where that was a premium.

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