Jerick McKinnon Trolls Broncos After Week 17 Win

Isaiah De Los Santos
Kansas City Chiefs RB Jerick McKinnon trolled the Denver Broncos after beating them in Week 17.
Kansas City Chiefs RB Jerick McKinnon trolled the Denver Broncos after beating them in Week 17. / (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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Two bitter division rivals met in Week 17 as the Kansas City Chiefs hosted the Denver Broncos. Despite some surprising spunk from Denver, Andy Reid's team ultimately pulled out the 27-24 win, thanks to a huge day from running back Jerick McKinnon.

After the game, McKinnon took the time to troll the Broncos.

The Chiefs' Twitter account shared a video of the running back celebrating the big victory. McKinnon talked about keeping the momentum going in Las Vegas next week, and concluded his message by saying "Chiefs Kingdom, let's ride."

The veteran is just the latest to make fun of Denver quarterback Russell Wilson for his now-infamous saying. After completing the season sweep over Wilson's team, McKinnon's dig was certainly well deserved.

McKinnon continues to tear it up for Kansas City as the playoffs approach. He has now scored in five straight games and racked up eight touchdowns during this stretch overall as a dual threat out of the backfield.

The Chiefs now head into Week 18 with a chance at earning the No. 1 seed in the AFC. They'll look to finish their year with a win over the Raiders.

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