Chiefs offense deals with injuries, stalls vs. Colts


October 7, 2019 - 10:14 AM

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) throws the ball before being hit by Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay (57) in the second quarter on Sunday. RICH SUGG/KANSAS CITY STAR/TNS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The way Indianapolis handled the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night sent a jolt through the NFL, whether it was dominating the line of scrimmage or shutting down Patrick Mahomes and Co. on defense.

The one place the shock didn’t reverberate? The visiting locker room in Arrowhead Stadium.

“The one emotion we were not feeling is shock. I can’t even explain it,” Colts coach Frank Reich said after the 19-13 victory. “The way guys were walking down the hallway, it was ‘We’re not going to be denied. We have to get on track. We’ve got to do it.’ I just knew it was real. I felt it all week.

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