The Tennessee Titans have their sights set this week squarely on beating the Kansas City Chiefs.
Meanwhile, the Chiefs have their sights set on……celebrating a conference championship win?
Ok, maybe that’s a bit of a stretch. But at least one Chiefs player is already thinking about how he’ll celebrate if Kansas City beats Tennessee on Sunday.
Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt, a former Tennessee Volunteer, told ESPN’s Adam Teicher this week that he’s already envisioned his celebration if Kansas City advances to the Super Bowl.
Punter Dustin Colquitt said he’s already envisioned his celebration if the Chiefs beat the Titans on Sunday to advance to the franchise’s first Super Bowl in 50 years. He said on the dash to the middle of the field, “Tyreek (Hill) is fast, Mecole… https://t.co/J32sVa3qeq
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) January 16, 2020
I know Colquitt is “just” a punter. But punters can have a big effect on a game.
Plus, Colquitt is part of the Kansas City locker room. And it seems like the focus in the Chiefs’ locker room maybe isn’t where it should be.
Kansas City might have one of the best quarterbacks on the planet, but history isn’t on their side. Andy Reid’s record against the Titans, and in conference championship games, is dreadful.
Andy Reid is 1-8 vs. the #Titans
1-5 in conference championships
— Peyton Bennett (@WTFstats) January 17, 2020
The Chiefs might not want to think about that celebration too much.
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