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Tom Brady headed to the sidelines late in the game as Kansas City continued to dominate.

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Jimmy Garoppolo completed a touchdown pass to Brandon LaFell late in the fourth quarter.

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Kansas City’s Tamba Hali stripped the ball from Tom Brady in the third quarter.

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Patriots receiver Brandon LaFell slipped past Kansas City’s Marcus Cooper after catching a pass and running it 44 yards for a touchdown.

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Tom Brady prepared to let a pass fly in the third quarter.

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Devin McCourty and Darrelle Revis stop Knile Davis’s run in the third quarter.

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Tom Brady dropped back to pass in the first half.

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Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense failed to score in the first half.

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Kansas City’s Jamaal Charles dove into the end zone for a touchdown.

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Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith celebrated after Jamaal Charles scored a touchdown in the first quarter.

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Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles carried the ball against the Patriots defense.

Chiefs 41, Patriots 14

Patriots embarrassed by Chiefs

Tom Brady was intercepted twice, strip-sacked twice, and replaced by rookie Jimmy Garoppolo in the fourth quarter.

Patriots’ Brandon LaFell lost control of his reception in the game against the Chiefs Monday.

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Patriots have too many problem areas to drive around

There are a lot of factors that have contributed to the Patriots’ offensive malaise, and they were on full display Monday night.

Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo posed with his broken hand in a cast at media day in Waltham.

Rajon Rondo describes breaking hand

The Celtics point guard, who could miss the first month of the season, said he “slipped and tried to catch my hand” in the shower.

Overblown online personas can leave friends deflated

Facebook allows us to present a curated self, showing the public a happier or more accomplished version of ourselves.

Riot police fired tear gas on student protesters occupying streets surrounding the government headquarters in Hong Kong. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Hong Kong protesters set deadline for government

Demonstrators demanded genuine democracy, and for the city’s unpopular chief to step down, by Oct. 1.

Sea rise could bring a Clarendon Canal and other flood controls.

Ideas for a Hub beset by rising seas in 2100

A new report suggests that building canals through the city’s Back Bay would help it withstand rising water levels.

Judge delays decision on Partners hospital acquisitions

The Superior Court judge said she worried about the settlement’s impact on health care costs for Mass. residents.

Andrew Munson (center) was killed in a skydiving accident on Sunday.

Skydiving accident victim remembered

People remembered Andrew Munson fondly Monday as charismatic and athletic, with a zest for life.

Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker spoke at a forum in Microsoft’s Cambridge office.

No innovative sparks as Baker, Coakley address tech audience

The major-party gubernatorial candidates were out of their element at a forum in Microsoft’s Cambridge office.

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A Globe story Sunday detailed how campus police recruited a student who later died of a heroin overdose.

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The fence jumper overpowered a Secret Service agent and ran through the East Room, an official said.