Travis Kelce Comments on Eric Fisher’s Holding Penalty After Steelers vs. Chiefs

January 16, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Kansas City Chiefs appeared to tie Sunday's AFC Divisional Round game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a two-point conversion in the closing minutes, but it was called back due to a holding penalty on offensive lineman Eric Fisher.
Kansas City failed on the second attempt, and tight end Travis Kelce did not hold back when asked about the penalty following the 18-16 loss:
Spencer Ware scored to pull the Chiefs within two, and quarterback Alex Smith hit Demetrius Harris in the end zone to temporarily tie the game. Alas, Fisher held James Harrison to help set up the completion, despite Kelce's protestations.
While the hold stands out given its timing, the Chiefs could have still won after the penalty. Justin Gilbert misplayed the ensuing kickoff and left the Steelers at their own 5-yard line with 2:38 remaining and one timeout for Kansas City (in addition to the two-minute warning).
A stop would have put Kansas City in ideal scoring position, but Ben Roeth...

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