The Internet Is Destroying This Chiefs Fan For Posting Video Leaving In First Quarter
© Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
When the Kansas City Chiefs fell behind 24-0 at home against the Houston Texans in Sunday's game, this fan left in the first quarter...

And then the internet responded after the Chiefs proceeded to go on a 41-0...




(The Big League)
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Larry, your understanding of context is matched only by your wit and grammar.
Reply9 days
It’d be great if the NFL would just die. Their fans certainly don’t aid their cause—whatever it is.
Reply10 days
You are so out of the loop. They were loving that he left (sacrificed for the team). As soon as he did, they blew the doors off Houston.
Reply10 days
Kind of crazy how quick he got back to his place. Arrowhead is not really around that many neighborhoods. Unless he just pretended he got back quick because he was recording the game on DVR
Reply10 days
Nah. There's plenty of housing close enough for him to make it home that fast. My buddy lives on the Missouri side and we got to the stadium in 10 minutes. If he left in the 1st quarter traffic may not have been that bad yet either.
10 days
Nah. There's plenty of housing close enough for him to make it home that fast. My buddy lives on the Missouri side and we got to the stadium in 10 minutes. If he left in the 1st quarter traffic may not have been that bad yet either.
10 days
Whoo hoo. My first double post!
10 days
He is a great fan !!! He thought he was the reason they were losing! That’s a fan.
Reply10 days
Big Chump Chuck. What a great fan he is.
Reply10 days
I'm sure him leaving is why the Chiefs came back. His departure restored the balance of stooopid at Arrowhead.
Reply10 days
Stupid*
10 days
This is riveting
Reply10 days
Um, no they aren’t
Reply10 days
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