One play rarely decides the outcome of a game. But in games loaded with emotion and surrounded by historical significance for a franchise and a fan base, theres often the play.
For now, and likely until the Kansas City Chiefs finally get over the hump and return to the Super Bowl, Dee Ford will be on the wrong end of that play.
Ford lined up offsides on third-and-10, and that penalty wiped away Charvarius Wards interception of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady an interception that would have sealed a four-point win for the Chiefs, and their first Super Bowl appearance since 1970.
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