Super Bowl Champion Eric Benemi rips Chiefs’ player after an argument with Patrick Mahomes

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Looks like Super Bowl champion LeSean McCoy is dealing with it Kansas City Chiefs Offensive coordinator Eric Benemi interacted with Patrick Mahomes on Sunday.

Mahomes and Bieniemy They were seen engaging in heated conversation at the end of the second quarter of their loss to the Indianapolis Colts. McCoy objected to this on social media.

“All Benemi does is discuss the players…he knows nothing about passing or playing,” he wrote on Instagram.

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, No. 15, dips for a pass during a game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on September 25, 2022.
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It doesn’t look like their meeting lit a fire behind the crime. Kansas City has held just three points in the last two quarters. The Chiefs missed a field goal that would have given them a seven-point lead and end the match with an interception.

Mahomes was 20 for 35 With 262 passing yards and a touchdown pass in the first half to Travis Kelsey. Mahomes led the team with 26 yards as well. Kelce had four grabs for 58 yards. JJ Smith-Schuster had five catches for 89 yards.

Mahomes explained after the match that he was trying to score before the end of the first half.

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“I mean, at the end of the day I wanted to go try to score. I mean, that’s just who I am. We were in a tough spot. I think it was second or third and 20, something like that. Maybe the smart decision was just to make the decision.” – We got the ball in the first half and went into the first half, but I will always want to score,” said Mahomes. “I just said, ‘Let me have a chance at that,’ and then he just said, ‘Let’s go back to the locker room, and we’ll have something for the next half. “I guess, I don’t know if this was a quarrel, but that was the end of the conversation.”

The quarterback doesn’t want to run a play.

“It was a run because the first two times I tried to go deep, they were obviously in deep coverage, and I was just — all I said was I wasn’t going to turn it over. I would get it and try to take it to the touchline and give us a chance to kick a field goal, but it’s a tough situation.” “I, I’m on the field, playing. I always want to try to score. That’s who I am, but it’s their job to make sure they run the game the right way, and we have multiple chances to win after that. We just have to be better in the second half.”

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Kansas City lost to Indianapolis 20-17.

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