Ex-Chiefs Pro Bowler broke the equipment of the Chiefs of Honor in Week 11 [LOOK].

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Ex-Chiefs Pro Bowler broke the equipment of the Chiefs of Honor in Week 11 [LOOK].

The Kansas City Chiefs welcomed former full-back Anthony Sherman back to Arrowhead Stadium in Week 11 to be the team’s honorary drum leader against the Dallas Cowboys.

Sherman – who played for the Chiefs from 2013-20 – was apparently a little too excited as a drummer when he broke the percussion instrument that was beating the drum, as revealed by Vice President of Sports Medicine and Achievement for Kansas City, Rick Burkholder, on Twitter .

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As a player who was in Kansas City before and during the Patrick Mahomes era, it was good to see he be present at an important Chiefs win over Dallas.

Four of the six remaining games on their schedule are division games (two Denver Broncos, one Los Angeles Chargers and one Las Vegas Raiders). Because of this, it worked out well that Kansas City dealt with their issues early in the season as it didn’t significantly affect their ranking in the division as only one of their division games took place in the first nine weeks of the regular season (Chargers , Week 3).

The main games of the season for Kansas City are coming up, which is perfect timing considering the team is slowly gaining momentum.

Mahomes has bounced back from four Kansas City games during its winning streak to post numbers that more closely resemble the quarterback he is. In the past four games, Mahomes has completed 61.6% of his passes for 1,107 yards, seven touchdowns and only two interceptions. He now has 25 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in the season for a 65.5% completion percentage.

After beating the Cowboys, Kansas City head coach Andy Reid commented on whether he thinks Week 11 was a statement win for the AFC’s defending champions.

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