Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs did a spinning huddle against the Las Vegas Raiders at the Allegiant Stadium on Saturday. The AFC West giants led 24-3 at halftime. 

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The Chiefs, one win away from landing themselves the No 1 AFC seed, dominated Las Vegas throughout the first 30 minutes of the Week 18 game. Quarterback Mahomes cut through the Raiders defense to give his side a huge lead. 

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In the second quarter, Kansas did a spinning huddle. 


Some social media users found Kansas City Chiefs’ spinning huddle innovative while some said it was disrespectful to the Raiders. 

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“I really dislike Kansas City and the totally immature little dance during their huddle was idiotic. Kansas Shitty has the Raiders beat and there was no reason to do something like that. I just hope that they get their asses stomped in the playoffs,” a Twitter user said. 

“Must have on the Monday NFL recap PMT episode: *Boomer voice* “No one circles the huddle like the Kansas City Chiefs” another one added. 

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“Innovative yet disrespectful huddle by the Kansas City Chiefs,” a third one tweeted. 

Patrick Mahomes gave his team the first points with a massive 67- yard bomb to Justin Watson, which was followed by a flip pass to Jerick McKinnon in the end zone.

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Running back Ronald Jones, who has been inactive most of the year, found his way into the end zone for the Kansas City Chiefs. Wide receiver Kadarius Toney then made an electric run into the end zone and the Chiefs were 21-3 up on the Raiders. A field goal gave them three more points.