Super Bowl 55 has come and gone, and the Kansas City Chiefs are left on the outside looking in.
The last time the Kansas City Chiefs didn’t score a touchdown came Nov. 19, 2017.
The Kansas City Chiefs’ lost Sunday night in Super Bowl LV. Needless to say, many local were devastated.
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski connected on two first-half touchdowns as the Chiefs were punished by penalites, leading to a 21-6 Tampa Bay lead at halftime of Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium.
The Kansas City Chiefs will have the second-leading wide receiver from Super Bowl 54 available for Sunday's matchup in Tampa.
Last February, the Muny Inn erupted with cheers when Jet Chip Wasp turned the tide of Super Bowl LIV.
Last summer was supposed to be a landmark year for Missouri Western State University and its hosting of the Kansas City Chiefs’ training camp. Then a pandemic hit.
Almost every sports fan has a game day ritual or superstition — whether it’s as simple as wearing team attire or as wacky as scoring celebrations.
St. Francis Xavier students were told to dress up on Friday for where they’d like to go on vacation. Sure enough, most had only one place in mind: Tampa, Florida.
Andy Reid likes a full plate.