​It was a heartbreaking loss for Kansas City Saturday at home against Tennessee.


The Chiefs went into the second half with a commanding 21-3 lead after dominating early on.


If the Chiefs could have managed to score an additional single point at any point throughout quarters 3 and 4, their title hopes may still be alive.


Alas, the Titans would put together a 19-0 second half run to earn a 22-21 victory. You can even ask Marcus Peters, and he'll tell it to you straight.


The Chiefs are going home.

​​For the second year in a row, the Chiefs have made it to the playoffs, yet failed to win a game. This is beginning to become an eerie trend.


In fact, in nine of the Chiefs last 10 trips to the postseason​ they have been bounced out without winning a single game.


No point in going to the postseason if every time you're immediately just going to go home.


The Chiefs need to look long and hard as to why this continues to happen to them. It's been going on since the mid-90s.