On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs won another game when they defeated the Denver Broncos, but the offense was still a big stagnant as they only managed six points in the second half of Sunday’s 22-9 win.
This was the fifth time in six games the offense has failed to score 21 points (six points were socred on a pick-six).
After the Chiefs were forced to punt in the fourth quarter, quarterback Patrick Mahomes could be seen heading to the sidelines and showed how frustrated he was when he had words with offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.
During his weekly radio show on KCSP, MKahomes got asked about that moment:
“Yeah, it was kind of a little mix up up of the play that we wanted to call in that situation,” Mahomes said. “And then I like you said, both of us love it. I think that’s the biggest thing: both of us love being out there playing this sport, being part of the Kansas City Chiefs, and we both were just frustrated more with the game than we were with each other.
“And so obviously, we got a little frustration there. But we talked it out right after and I mean, I love that dude. He loves me and we’ll keep rolling.”
He also stated it did not take very long for the two of them to make-up.
“Pretty much right after,” he said. “I think when you have a respect for someone and you know that they care just as much as you do,… the frustration comes out and you just know that you still love each other at the end of the day.
“It’s kind of like when family members or brothers or whatever like that fight. You both care about each other, you both care about trying to be the best and get the best out of each other and that stuff dissolves really fast.”
For the season, Mahomes has 3,384 yards along with 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He’ll look to get his team a sixth straight win when the Raiders come to Arrowhead next Sunday.