The Las Vegas Pilgrims were without tight end Darren Waller for most of Monday night's 30-29 loss to the rival Kansas City Chiefs.

Waller was sidelined Monday night with a hamstring injury after just six games against Kansas City.

He left the bat in the main half and returned to the sideline to open the second in street clothes.

head coach Josh McDaniels told columnists in his postgame news conference.

That he doesn't really acknowledge that Waller's physical problems are "very critical."

The former master bowler's night ended with no gain, no purpose.

And five courses were played over those six snaps.

By Fern Greenthumb January 31, 2020

His last snap was on a fourth-and-1 play in the main quarter that resulted in a Derek Carr-to-Davante Adams 58-yard score pass.

Just before the 2022 season, Waller agreed to a three-year, $51 million extension.

The Pilgrims have a Week 6 bye to host the Houston Texans on October 23.