sport news Travis Kelce felt 'sick to my stomach' after Kansas City Chiefs loss to Denver ... trends now
In the latest episode of his 'New Heights' podcast that he puts out weekly with his brother - Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce - Travis expressed disappointment in his team's 24-9 loss to the Broncos in frigid Colorado on Sunday.
All that Kelce could begin with was, 'F**k that's embarrassing man'. After all, this same Chiefs team beat these Broncos at home just weeks ago.
Kelce directed blame internally toward the offense's uncharacteristic struggles in recent weeks.
'I don't think I've been in a situation where we've stalled this much as an offense throughout the year, definitely at this point in the season,' Kelce admitted.
Travis Kelce did not hold back in his assessment of the Kansas City Chiefs' performances
He was honest on the latest episode of his New Heights podcast: 'F**k that's embarrassing'
'We got a lot of guys that usually figure out how to get this thing going, and it's just frustrating, man.
'Not putting up touchdowns week after week after week is getting old. It's getting old to watch, I know it, Chiefs kingdom, I know it is.
'It's not like what we've been in the past. In my mind, we've got the best offensive mind in the game, we got the best quarterback, so it's unacceptable.'
Kansas City has consistently been one of the best offenses in the NFL for the past five seasons.
Between the 2018 and 2022 seasons, they've finished in the top five of both total offense and scoring offense four times. They've claimed the top spot in total offense three times and in scoring offense twice.
Cut to this season: where Kansas City is fourth in total offense - but a dismal 12th in scoring offense, a mark they haven't hit since 2016, long before Patrick Mahomes was the Chiefs' starting quarterback.
Kansas City has only managed to put up 30 points twice this season: first in a 41-10 demolition of the hapless Chicago Bears, then again in a game against the struggling Los Angeles Chargers.
It's rare that Mahomes and