Another Long Day at Arrowhead as Chiefs Fall 26-17

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Samie Parker (18) is chased into the end zone by Tennessee Titans safety Calvin Lowry (37) after Parker completed a short pass for a touchdown during the second quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 16, 2007, in Kansas City, Mo

The Chiefs will have to score 42-points in their last two games of the season, in order to avoid the worst scoring year in franchise history.  Frustrated fans watched the Chiefs lose again yesterday, this time in a 26-17 decision to the Tennessee Titans.  The only good news is, there weren’t so many of those fans.  Attendance at Arrowhead yesterday was the lowest in 18-years.  Tennessee took an early 7-0 lead, but the Chiefs did come back to tie it up early in the second-quarter.  With a-minute-40 to go in the 2nd, Kansas City even took a 14-10 lead.  But then, the Chiefs defense slid, as if on a sheet of ice on I-435.  They’re now at seven consecutive losses, and the worst home record in nearly 30-years, at 2-and-6.  They’re at 4-and 10 overall, with only two games remaining this season.

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