As the Chiefs were losing all of their 18-point lead to the Tennessee Titans in the AFC wild-card playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium in January, at least Travis Kelce was spared the heartache of the collapse.
For the first time, Kelce revealed that he had no idea what was occurring during the second half of the game he was forced to depart just before halftime after receiving a hit that resulted in a concussion.
As the craziness of the second half unfolded Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota tossing a pass that deflected back to him for a touchdown, and the Chiefs missing a field goal, among the oddities that contributed to the blown lead Kelce was in the NFLs concussion protocol without access to a television.
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