The Kansas City Chiefs have not performed up to expectations so far in 2021.
The Chiefs have a lot of problems including the play of Patrick Mahomes.
“You can just watch the tape and know I need to play better to have success,” he said.
Apparently, the Chiefs’ struggles have now resulted in fewer fans wanting to attend their games.
According to ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller, he has never seen so many tickets for sale on the secondary market for the team.
“If you’re looking to watch MNF for very cheap in Kansas City, tickets are out there.”
I have never seen this many #Chiefs tickets for sale on the secondary market.
If you're looking to watch MNF for very cheap in Kansas City, tickets are out there.
— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) October 31, 2021
Mahomes has been the subject of criticism for his play for the first time in his career.
Many analysts have theorized why the Chiefs are struggling in 2021.
Some of those reasons include that the NFL has caught up to the Chiefs and their schemes.
Mahomes is the least blitzed Quarterback in the league at a rate of only 10.7% of snaps with defenses playing mostly a Cover 2 defense.
ESPN analyst Brian Griese thinks the difference is the play of the offensive line this season.
“The difference is in the offensive line, and they are struggling to run the ball consistently,” said Brian Griese
Others have mentioned that Mahomes should perhaps keep his family off social media as they have become a distraction.
Here is a recent viral video that shows Mahomes, his fiancee Brittany, and brother Jackson Mahomes on a night out.
This is a broken man pic.twitter.com/Z68mPteCoH
— Mike Renner (@PFF_Mike) October 29, 2021