Chiefs collapse late, fall to Titans 22-21 in playoff opener

Posted January 07, 2018

The rally began with Mariota taking matters into his own hands - the Titans' franchise quarterback completed a 6-yard touchdown pass to himself to cut the Chiefs' lead to 21-10 with 6:31 remaining in the third quarter.

The Titans would take advantage, converting a 3rd and 10 and getting a long 35-yard rushing touchdown by Henry, who was simply unstoppable all game.

The Chiefs took a commanding 21-3 lead into halftime, but they failed to score the rest of the game. On the second play of that possession, Kelce caught a 12-yard pass and was hit extremely hard by S Johnathan Cyprien, who legally led with his shoulder but accidentally caught Kelce in a helmet-to-helmet collision.

Kareem Hunt carried just 11 times for 42 yards and the opening touchdown.

The Chiefs lead the Titans 14-0 at the end of the first quarter, which is precisely the same score after 15 minutes when these teams met in the regular season in 2016. Cornerback Marcus Peters burst through the line and ripped the ball from Henry's arms. But the Titans mounted a comeback, and former Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop hit a 52-yard field goal on the final play of the game - after a timeout by Andy Reid gave him another shot - to give Tennessee the win.

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It has been an interesting year for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs' offense, which went limp without Kelce, was forced to punt again after tight end Orson Charles dropped a potential third-down conversion.

Alas, postseason redemption never seems to happen for Chiefs fans.

96 percent of selected analysts are picking the Chiefs to win per NFL Pick Watch. I don't want to get fined or whatever.

Several ticket brokers listed seats Saturday for less than $30 apiece, including the fees. And while many players from both teams played in that game, things are definitely a little bit different this time around.

In National Football Conference action later Saturday, the Los Angeles Rams hosted the Atlanta Falcons.