Super Bowl 50: Chiefs vs Patriots – Five thoughts

The Chiefs were a Super Bowl contender before the injury, but after Sunday night’s blowout loss to the Patriots, it is clear they have become a team to be reckoned with in the AFC West.

The Chiefs have been a force in the conference, taking down the Broncos and the Raiders in their last two games, but now they are poised to take down the Patriots again in Super Bowl XLIX.

Kansas City, which had won two straight games by three points or fewer, will face a Patriots team that has struggled to score points.

The Patriots are coming off a blowout win over the Seahawks in the wild-card round, but have been outscored by 21 points in those games.

New England has a chance to put the game away, but a Chiefs loss would mean that the Patriots would have to win at least seven of their final 10 games to reach the Super Bowl.

Kansas State is not a threat to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl chances.

It is the only team that is coming off an ugly loss, a 21-10 loss at Arizona State.

The Cardinals were the last team to defeat Kansas State, a 41-21 victory at Lambeau Field, and they are now 0-3.

This is the first time since 2009 that the Cardinals have dropped a game at Lambo, losing by a combined score of 24-6.

The Bears were the only undefeated team in the country after their 24-17 win over Boise State on Saturday.

However, they are 4-1 in the last five games against the Chiefs.

The Rams are the only unbeaten team in Pac-12 play, but they are 2-5 against Kansas City.

They were outscaled 17-7 in the game.

The Broncos were a great team coming into the game, and it is no surprise that they came away with the win, but it does not bode well for Kansas City’s chances.

The last time the Chiefs played the Patriots was at the start of the 2015 season, and that was the last time they lost at home by more than five points.

This year, they have won four straight games in Kansas City by a score of at least 18 points.