Reaction to Chiefs-Dolphins game: Kansas City makes it through a scary return in Germany; now it’s time for a break.

Reaction to Chiefs-Dolphins game: Kansas City makes it through a scary return in Germany; now it’s time for a break.

With 33.9 points per game, the Dolphins had the best offense within the league going into the game.

But the Chiefs’ defense shut out Miami within the first half thanks to a good plan, constant pressure in Tua Tagovailoa, and great play in the secondary.

This play has a lot of important things to say. Just moments ago, CB L’Jarius Sneed, who was a big part of keeping receiver Tyreek Hill for 62 yards, left the game because he might have hurt himself. At the start of the next play, Tagovailoa looked straight at Hill and threw the ball to him.

Back corner Trent McDuffie quickly read the play as if he knew what was going to happen and took the ball away from Hill.

Peace of mind Mike Edwards picked this up and then was smart enough to pass it to Bryan Cook, a safety.

That second-year safety has a 4.59-second 40-yard dash time, which is faster than any other Chiefs player so far this season. Without this important play, Kansas City may not have won the game in the end.

One could say that the Chiefs’ defense had a bad drive all day. After the break, it became the second time in eight plays that they gave up a touchdown.

Chris Jones, the defensive end, knows that his teammates should have gotten off the field when the Dolphins scored their second touchdown. Instead, they let them score a field goal.

Linebacker Drue Tranquill made a big play on third-and-long right away as Nick Bolton continued to take over. Jaylen Watson, Leo Chenal, as well as Turk Wharton all had big sacks of the quarterback.

Linebacker Willie Gay Jr. worked hard to play even though he was hurt. He had four stops, one for a loss, and forced a fumble.

Tagovailoa was hit five times by the Chiefs, and he never got more than 200 yards in the game.

The Super Bowl winners, the Kansas City Chiefs, held off a comeback by the Miami Dolphins in the second half to win 21-14 in Germany. This was the NFL’s first trip to Germany this season.

The Chiefs jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the first half thanks to two touchdowns from Patrick Mahomes. But Miami scored twice within the third quarter, and the Chiefs had to hold on for the win.

The first for two games being held within Frankfurt was between two of the best sides within the league. Both had records for six wins as well as two losses.

Because of how well the NFL’s regular season game within Munich went last year, the league agreed to let them play two games this season.

The Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots will play at Deutsche Bank Park the following Sunday.

And to start, Germany enjoyed one of the most important games of the season. Mahomes was playing against Tua Tagovailoa, the best quarterback in the league, and the best offense in the league.

Rashee Rice and Jerick McKinnon scored touchdowns for Mahomes in the first half. For the third score, Bryan Cook recovered a fumble from former Chiefs star Tyreek Hill. It was one for the best defensive plays for the season.

The Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Miami Dolphins 21–14 on Sunday that Deutsche Bank Park. Patrick Mahomes tossed two touchdowns, and safety Bryan Cook scored upon a 59-yard fumble recovery.

It was the first regular-season game ever played in Frankfurt, and the Chiefs (7-2) just barely held off the NFL’s best offense. However, they almost lost a big lead.

When Miami had 1:03 left to play, it was fourth-and-10 from the Kansas City 31 and player Tua Tagovailoa couldn’t handle the snap.

Mahomes hit on touchdown passes to Rashee Rice along with Jerick McKinnon in the first half, while Miami (6-3) kept getting stuck on third-and-long. Plus, the Dolphins are now 0-3 against teams that have already won a game this season.

For the season, Mahomes only completed 20 out of 30 passes, gaining 185 yards in his first game in Europe.

However, the Chiefs’ offense had a tough second half. Travis Kelce, the tight end, only caught three passes for 14 yards.

The Chiefs got off to a great start. Seven plays later, Patrick Mahomes threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Rashee Rice, giving them a 7-0 lead. The defense then took over to end the first quarter.

The defense stayed strong for most of the second quarter until the Chiefs scored a touchdown on a 95-yard drive, with Mahomes finding Jerick McKinnon to 17 yards out to make it 14-0.

The next score came from the Chiefs’ defense. Bryan Cook took advantage of a Mike Edwards pass after Trent McDuffie had induced Tyreek Hill to lose the ball.