KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Returning to normal for the Kansas City Chiefs is equal parts welcoming and frustrating.
The players, coaches and front-office staff may never truly get over the murder-suicide involving teammate Jovan Belcher, which shook the franchise to its very core last week. But they've now played two games since their world was sent spinning, and getting back to normal means finally moving on from a tragic set of circumstances.
That's the good news, of course.
The bad news is that normal for the Chiefs generally means losing.
Kansas City played an inspired game the day following the tragedy, beating the Carolina Panthers to end an eight-game losing streak. But the Chiefs struggled as much as they have all season on Sunday in Cleveland, when they scored a touchdown on the game's opening play and then watched the Browns pile up 30 unanswered points in a rout.
The loss dropped the Chiefs to 2-11 on the season, and leaves them still searching for one more victory to avo...