Referee Shawn Hochuli asked the Kansas City crowd to shut up, he didn’t realize the mic was open

During the Kansas City Chiefs game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, referee Shawn Hochuli asked the fans at Arrowhead Stadium to be quiet before announcing a penalty.

Hochuli turned on the microphone for a second before giving the call and could be heard saying, “Everybody shut up,” then announced that Jaguars player Arden Key had committed unnecessary roughness.

Shawn Hochuli entered the league in 2014 and has been a referee since 2018. He gained notoriety last postseason when he flagged Tom Brady for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Chiefs beat Jaguars and Mahomes gets hurt

Already in the game, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20, but the news was the injury to Patrick Mahomes.

In the first quarter, Mahomes fell to the ground on a tackle by Arden Key, the Chiefs player got up, but began to limp. Andy Reed took him off the field and the doctors sent him to the locker room for a more thorough examination.

Mahomes did not play the second quarter, but returned for the second half. After the game, Chiefs doctors reported that they x-rayed Mahomes’ ankle and there was nothing wrong with it, just a sprain. Patrick Mahomes assured that he will play in the next American Conference championship game.