The Kansas City Chiefs have won five games in a row, but that doesn't mean everything is sunshine and rainbows. Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy got into a yelling match on the sidelines during Kansas City's win over the Denver Broncos in week 13. Mahomes spoke out about the incident.
“Yeah, it was kind of a little mix up up of the play that we wanted to call in that situation,” Mahomes said. “And then I like you said, both of us love it. I think that’s the biggest thing: both of us love being out there playing this sport, being part of the Kansas City Chiefs, and we both were just frustrated more with the game than we were with each other.
“And so obviously, we got a little frustration there. But we talked it out right after and I mean, I love that dude. He loves me and we’ll keep rolling.”
Patrick Mahomes is right about the situation with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Both Mahomes and Bieniemy love football and love being out there competing.
Even though they're both frustrated with the offense's recent production, they both know it's “all love” at the end of the day, as Mahomes said. The star quarterback also offered some insight into the sideline situation with Bieniemy, saying that these kinds of incidents resolve themselves rather quickly, if not instantly.
Mahomes compared the yelling match with Bieniemy to a disagreement between family members, a good sign for the Chiefs' chemistry and the relationship of the two moving forward.
The Chiefs' offense isn't performing how Patrick Mahomes or Eric Bieniemy would like right now. However, the good news is that the two seem to be on the same page after the sideline mix-up.