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Good question, Marcus! The Chiefs were eliminated from the NFL playoffs Saturday evening after blowing an 18-point lead to the Titans. The exits of Andy Reid and Marcus Peters were captured. Reid was quiet as he walked through. Marcus Peters, on the other hand, was not: Andy Reid and Marcus Peters exit the 2017 season. pic.twitter.com/R5yRzYGxtk— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) January 7, 2018 Somebody yells out to Peters, "Let's Go Marcus!" Peters then replies, "Shit, where we going? Home?" Peters is always going to keep it real. After he got beat for two touchdowns against... [Read More]
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Volume UP. The Tennessee Titans almost had a brutal collapse in the final two minutes against the Chiefs, after making a comeback of their own. With the Titans a first down away from a victory, it appeared that Derrick Henry was stripped of the football by Marcus Peters. Derrick Johnson then scooped the ball, and ran it towards the end zone for a score that would have put the Chiefs up 28-22 with 1:47 left. It resulted in a fantastic call by Sean McDonough, who sounded like he was trying to eject his lungs on the call. ... [Read More]
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Chiefs corner Marcus Peters bowls away the football after making an interception in the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans during their playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. [Read More]
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*hug emoji* Marcus Peters has had himself a good afternoon against the Titans. First, he intercepted Marcus Mariota in the first half. Early in the second half, he gave an official a hug after he was pulled away from Rishard Matthews on a play in which the Titans were called for a delay of game. He's kinda lucky he didn't get penalized for it. Last season, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas gave a referee a hug, and got called for a penalty because of it.... [Read More]
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Kansas City's Marcus Peters intercepts the Marcus Mariota pass, stopping the Titans' offense. [Read More]
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Makes sense! The Kansas City Chiefs have gotten out to a good start against the Titans at home in their Wild Card game. They're even looking smooth in things you wouldn't imagine. Officials threw a flag on the Titans for an unnecessary roughness after Ben Jones shoved somebody after the play. Defensive end Chris Jones noticed the flag mid-flight, and made an effortless one-handed grab: Those flags aren't hard to catch or anything. But it's not usual to see a player catch a flag... [Read More]
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Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters previewed Saturday's playoff game against the Titans. [Read More]
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Several starters for the Kansas City Chiefs are on the inactive list, including cornerback Marcus Peters and tight end Travis Kelce. [Read More]
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