WATCH: Patrick Mahomes Is Sick & Tired Of Kadarius Toney’s Never-Ending BS … Should Chiefs Cut The Troubled Receiver??

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney found himself in the spotlight for the second consecutive week after a critical mistake during Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.

With the Chiefs holding a 27-10 lead in the fourth quarter, Toney’s dropped pass led to an interception by Patriots linebacker Jahlani Tavai, adding to the growing concerns about Toney’s reliability.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, visibly upset on the sidelines, expressed his frustration after Toney’s error.

Mahomes threw a short pass across the middle to Toney, who juggled the ball before it was intercepted by Tavai. The turnover allowed New England to score a touchdown two plays later, narrowing the Chiefs’ lead to 27-17.

This marked Mahomes’ second interception of the game, and he was seen venting to one of the Chiefs staffers on the sidelines.

FOX Sports broadcaster Daryl Johnston noted the critical nature of Toney’s struggles … “He’s not gonna trust him anymore. It’s coming down to a critical situation, and that’s where the ball has to go because he’s open, but I don’t trust him. I’m losing trust,” he said.

Toney’s mistake against the Patriots follows an offsides penalty in the dramatic Week 14 loss to the Buffalo Bills, a penalty that proved costly for the Chiefs. 

Head coach Andy Reid, addressing questions about Toney’s performance, was measured in his response … “We’ll see how things go,” he said. “I’m not down on Toney. He’s done some good things. He’s a young guy. We’re not talking about somebody that has been in this league a long time.”

The Chiefs managed to secure the win against the Patriots, snapping a two-game losing streak. With a 9-5 record, they now turn their attention to a crucial AFC West showdown against the Las Vegas Raiders (6-8) on Christmas Day.

As far as Toney goes, his never-ending reliability issues date back to his days with the New York Giants. 

Although he’s still young, many people are doubting that he’ll ever be able to grow and mature into a reliable person and player both on and off the field. 

Should the Chiefs send a message and cut Toney???