In a somber atmosphere, Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid expressed displeasure when Travis Kelce spiked his helmet on the sideline, finding it truly irksome.

The Chiefs offense looked sluggish and the Raiders scored a pair of defensive touchdowns in taking a 10-point lead. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes lit a fire under the offensive line at one point, and late in the first half tight end Travis Kelce angrily spiked his helmet on the sideline. Kelce was displeased that the Chiefs were forced to punt again and his helmet went flying as this CBS Sports picture shows

The good news for Kelce is the Chiefs didn’t actually punt as punter Tommy Townsend threw an 11-yard pass to Justin Watson that got a first down. This was a dart (video from the NFL

On the first play following the successful fake punt, Kelce was not on the field. The reason? Chiefs coach Andy Reid didn’t let Kelce get his helmet back right away (CBS Sports picture

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Reid then spoke to Kelce and Kelce did return to the game, catching a pass after the incident. But the drive ended with a missed field goal seconds before the half, and there were some boos at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium