KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Chiefs, and their fans, seemingly have nothing left to get mad about.
Instead, an eerie silence cast over the in-house crowd of about 50,000 fans at Arrowhead Stadium for most of Sunday afternoon's Chiefs-Bengals game, won handily and rather uneventfully by the Bengals, 28-6.
Obviously, Chiefs fans had virtually nothing to cheer about, just two short Ryan Succup field goals and no real threats to score a touchdown. That wasn't a surprise, as the worst team in the NFL dropped to 1-9.
But for the first time this season, Chiefs fans couldn't even muster enough energy to really rip out a few boos.
Sure, there were a few scatterings of boos, mostly directed toward quarterback Matt Cassel, who was just eight of 16 for 93 yards, and toward the pitiful Chiefs' offense, which managed just 148 yards overall in the first half as the Chiefs trailed 21-6.
But for the most part, Chiefs fans sat numb. Or uninterested.
And there was a light and mostly polite applause wh...