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    NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – SEPTEMBER 18: NFL worst calls Marcus Maye #6 of the New Orleans Saints argues with Mike Evans #13 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the field during the second half of the game at Caesars Superdome on September 18, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) Following one of the strangest opening weeks in NFL history, the officials had to make Week 2 all about them, and they succeeded. Oh, where to start. You’re familiar enough with the NFL landscape heading into Week 2, but does anything feel real? Week 1 brought us an upset of the defending AFC Champions (Bengals, courtesy of Pittsburgh), a dominant outing by Patrick Mahomes without his former top weapon in Tyreek Hill and a subpar performance from Aaron Rodgers without Davante Adams. And who could forget the injury to Dak Prescott! Week 2 flipped a few of those scripts — well, some of them. The Bengals fell to 0-2 and Mahomes is still great (who would’ve thought?). However, Adams struggled, while Rodgers bounced back, and the Cowboys...
    CHARGERS at CHIEFS 8:20 p.m., Chiefs by 4 1/2, 54 ½ HANK’S HONEYS: Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert should light up the prime time scoreboard and might have the over covered by early in the fourth quarter. Keeping in mind that two of the Chiefs’ four regular season losses the last two years came against the Bolts, we still have to favor the home side here. Fears that K.C. would regress without Tyreek Hill were unfounded as Mahomes came out swinging in the opener, spreading the ball out to 10 different receivers. That includes Travis Kelce, who had 10 catches for 191 yards and two TDs the last time he lined up against the Chargers. Certainly, the Chargers’ defense, with its speedy DBs, is miles ahead of the Cardinals’ shaky unit. Khalil Mack had a spectacular L.A. debut in Arizona last week but Andy Reid’s schemes and Mahomes legs will negate that somewhat. Herbert, meanwhile, will be without WR Keenan Allen, making it easier for K.C. to defend Mike Williams. No doubt Herbert will keep pace for much of...
    The Kansas City Chiefs entered a brave new world on Sunday afternoon, and quarterback Patrick Mahomes looked ready to conquer it. Patrick Mahomes was supposed to be a diminished talent without his star wide receiver. It didn’t turn out that way, at least not in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals. In the desert at State Farm Stadium, Mahomes went great guns, throwing for 360 yards on 30-of-39 passing with five touchdowns and zero interceptions. Mahomes led the league in both passer rating and QBR for the weekend, all while leading Kansas City to an impressive 44-21 triumph. Moving forward, the tests are only going to get more difficult. For starters, the Chiefs come home to open up at Arrowhead Stadium with the Los Angeles Chargers on a short week. After that, it’s consecutive road games against a pair of divisional favorites in the Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, before home dates with the Las Vegas Raiders and Buffalo Bills in Week 5 and 6. Patrick Mahomes was dominant without Tyreek Hill against the CardinalsStill, Mahomes’ initial performance in...
    Patrick Mahomes lost his most dangerous target when Tyreek Hill was trade to the Dolphins but he didn’t miss a beat in the Chiefs opener against Arizona. On Sunday, the football world watch Aaron Rodgers struggle without his longtime No. 1 receiver Davante Adams. Anyone thinking Patrick Mahomes would have similar troubles without Tyreek Hill was sorely mistaken. The Chiefs opened the season against the Cardinals and made it very clear that the offense is still elite. 4 plays that show Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs will be just fine without Tyreek HillThe first thing to remember is that Hill may have departed but Travis Kelce is still an unstoppable force in this offense and Mahomes knows exactly how to find him. Mahomes makes it look easy [email protected] | #ChiefsKingdompic.twitter.com/il7RV7VW3q — FanSided (@FanSided) September 11, 2022 That’s doubly true when in range of the end zone because there aren’t many red zone threats quite as effective as Kelce. OF COURSE. @TKelce starts us off! ????: @CBS pic.twitter.com/lfPtQL2HLu — Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 11, 2022 Kelce led the team with...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes under center against the Los Angeles Chargers. If there’s one thing that’s easy to admire about Kansas City Chiefs team leaders Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, and Travis Kelce among others, it’s that they enjoy the challenge of facing a team when they’re at their best. When the AFC West bulked up this offseason, Coach Reid was excited for his team to test their mettle against some of the top teams in the league. We mention this because the Chiefs probably took no joy in hearing that the Los Angeles Chargers could be without one of their key pieces in Week 2. ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! J.C. Jackson Out 2-4 WeeksYesterday on August 23, the Chargers revealed that their top free-agent acquisition J.C. Jackson “underwent ankle surgery.” J.C. Jackson underwent ankle surgery today at the New York Hospital of Special Surgery. The procedure was performed by Dr. Martin O'Malley. Jackson’s estimated return to play is...
    An ESPN poll of over 50 league executives, coaches, players and scouts indicated who they would rather have at quarterback between Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes. NFL training camps are set to begin later this month, which means the predictions and debates for the upcoming season are flying.  Not just with teams, but who are the best players at positions. ESPN (subscription required) held a poll with over 50 NFL executives, coaches, players, and scouts to ask them who they believe are the Top 10 players at their positions. But it also provided an answer as to who they prefer at quarterback between Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers and Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs. Those polled listed Rodgers as the No. 1 quarterback in the NFL. The ESPN poll for the Quarterback position.https://t.co/dkiWM3zfrn 1) @AaronRodgers122) @PatrickMahomes3) @JoshAllenQB4) @TomBrady5) @JoeyB6) Matthew Stafford7) @JustinHerbert8) @DangeRussWilson9) Deshaun Watson10) @dak Prescott HM: @Lj_era8, @derekcarrqb, @K1 Murray pic.twitter.com/A6zKTv0cXi — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) July 11, 2022 NFL execs, coaches, players, and scouts prefer Aaron Rodgers over Patrick Mahomes Here is what one veteran...
    Getty The Kansas City Chiefs 2022 offense will still flaunt Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. Yesterday on April 18, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Patrick Mahomes met with the media virtually for the first time in weeks. The big question at the tip of every reporter’s tongue involved the offense, and how it would look without Tyreek Hill leading the receiving corps. ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! Offense Play Patrick Mahomes: " I feel like we still have a strong foundation of guys" | Press Conference 4/18QB Patrick Mahomes speaks to the media as the Chiefs being offseason activities. Subscribe for more videos! bit.ly/2OuOUnB More Chiefs NFL action! bit.ly/2Moa1VR #KansasCityChiefs #Chiefs #NFL Follow Our Social Media! Website: chiefs.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/KansasCityChiefs Twitter: twitter.com/Chiefs Instagram: instagram.com/chiefs2022-04-18T20:46:47Z “I don’t think it will be significantly different,” Reid began when asked about the departure. “It will be similar to what we did in the games that Tyreek couldn’t play in.” The Chiefs...
    Brittany Matthews wishes she could be herself online with no consequences for her actions. Brittany Matthews tweeted a message about her being harassed online. Matthews is the fiancée of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the mother to their child. They have been together since high school. While she has been there every step of the way with him since growing up in Tyler, Texas, Matthews and Mahomes’ younger brother Jackson have become social media lightning rods that have become distractions for the Chiefs franchise. Here she is wishing she could just be herself online without having to deal with the consequences of doing things like spraying champagne all over Chiefs fans after a playoff victory from up in their suite. I just wish I could do what I want without getting attacked every week. — Brittany Matthews (@brittanylynne8) January 25, 2022 Brittany Matthews wishes she would not get harassed online by her critics Look. Matthews and Jackson Mahomes might be family, but they need to figure out that tasteless TikTok videos and ripping the refs on Twitter do...
    DENVER (AP) — The Denver Broncos will be without cornerbacks Pat Surtain II and Ronald Darby on Saturday for their regular-season finale against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Surtain is out with a calf injury and Darby has a shoulder ailment. It’s not an ideal situation going against Mahomes, who has thrown 35 touchdown passes this season, and offensive weapons such as receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce. Broncos right tackle Bobby Massie was a late scratch due to a concussion. Cam Fleming is slated to start in his place. The Chiefs will be without tailback Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) and right tackle Lucas Niang (knee). The Chiefs’ inactives include quarterback Shane Buechele, cornerback DeAndre Baker and offensive tackle Prince Tega Wanogho. The Broncos’ inactives were receiver/returner Diontae Spencer, linebackers Kenny Young and Andre Mintze and defensive linemen Justin Hamilton and McTelvin Agim. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/hub/nfl and https://apnews.com/hub/pro-32 and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers open Week 15 with a monumental divisional game where the winner will have possession of first place in the AFC West. The last time these two teams played, the Chargers scored a last-second touchdown to take down the Chiefs 30-24 at Arrowhead Stadium. However, the Chiefs’ defense is not the same unit it was earlier in the season. Kansas City is currently on a six-game winning streak. During that streak, the defense has yet to allow 20 points or more, including giving up only nine points in the last three contests. Both teams will be without key players due to COVID-19. Los Angeles will be without rookie left tackle Rashawn Slater, while the Chiefs will be without Willie Gay Jr. (COVID-19) and L’Jarius Sneed (Personal Matters). Kansas City could be dealt another huge blow if Chris Jones cannot make it through COVID-19 protocols. FanSided’s Matt Verderame reported on Wednesday that the Chiefs believe Jones will not play. Im told the Chiefs do not believe Chris Jones (COVID) will be able to play...
    GREEN BAY (7-1) at KANSAS CITY (4-4) Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EDT, Fox OPENING LINE: Chiefs by 1, according to FanDuel SportsBook AGAINST THE SPREAD: Green Bay 7-1; Kansas City 2-6. SERIES RECORD: Chiefs lead 7-5-1. LAST MEETING: Packers beat Chiefs 31-24 on Oct. 27, 2019, in Kansas City. LAST WEEK: Packers beat Cardinals 24-21; Chiefs beat Giants 20-17. PACKERS OFFENSE: OVERALL (22), RUSH (17), PASS (22), SCORING (T16) PACKERS DEFENSE: OVERALL (7), RUSH (17), PASS (6), SCORING (9) CHIEFS OFFENSE: OVERALL (4), RUSH (14), PASS (5), SCORING (9) CHIEFS DEFENSE: OVERALL (29), RUSH (22), PASS (25), SCORING (25) TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Packers plus-8; Chiefs minus-11. PACKERS PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Jordan Love. Could it be anybody else? The Packers learned Wednesday that Aaron Rodgers was going into the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols, shelving him for at least one week. That means Love, who was picked in the first round of the 2020 draft, is expected to make his first career start. And whereas Rodgers is the reigning NFL MVP and one of the game’s most accomplished quarterbacks, his understudy has thrown just...
    “I Was So Desperate to Work”: John David Washington on Making ‘Malcolm & Marie’ Amid the Pandemic Boy Scouts of America plan to exit bankruptcy would pay abuse survivors an average of $6,000 each; survivors object © Provided by The Big Lead Colin Cowherd Colin Cowherd returned from his medical hiatus a few weeks ago and has not missed a beat. Today, he got the people riled up by breaking out his Value Tiers table in juxtaposition with the most recent Dak Prescott report suggesting the Cowboys quarterback would like to be paid close to what Patrick Mahomes is currently making in Kansas City. Cowherd put only four quarterbacks in the top tier of his value chart: Russell Wilson, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Josh Allen. Mahomes was slotted into the second tier alongside Deshaun Watson, Lamar Jackson, and (surprisingly) Jimmy Garoppolo. Dak Prescott wasn't on the list. "If Dak is saying this morning that he's worth Patrick Mahomes money, I'm going to struggle with that... You've got to kind of know the temperature of the room."...
    Patrick Mahomes lamented the Kansas City Chiefs’ lack of execution in the Super Bowl LV loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday night. The Chiefs couldn’t get any type of offense going and left Harrison Butker to kick three field goals during the night, which were the only points Kansas City put up on the board. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "They had a good game plan," Mahomes said. "They kind of took away our deep stuff, took away the sidelines and did a good job rallying to the football and making tackles. We weren’t executing early, had a few miscues and we weren’t on the same page." Mahomes finished 26-for-49 with 270 passing yards and two interceptions. It was the first time since Week 4 of the 2019 season in which Mahomes failed to throw a touchdown pass. He finished 4-for-12 for 46 yards with an interception on third downs. SUPER BOWL FAN INVADES FIELD DURING GAME, KEVIN HARLAN GIVES INCREDIBLE CALL The team was 3-for-13 on third downs overall and 0-for-3 in the red...
    The Kansas City Chiefs are on the verge of going to their second consecutive Super Bowl. The Chiefs defeated the Cleveland Browns in the Divisional Round to advance to the AFC championship game. Now they face the Buffalo Bills in the AFC championship. However, they may be without star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who suffered a concussion against the Browns. NFL analyst Marcus Spears spoke on Get Up about the Chiefs’ game against the Bills. He believes that the Chiefs have almost no chance to defeat the Bills without Patrick Mahomes. While he noted that the Chiefs have other good players right now, Patrick Mahomes makes them much better, and helps the team tick and play on another level. “I don’t think they can beat the Bills without him. We’ve seen the Bills be explosive offensively, and sometimes you just have to match that. “If Pat Mahomes is not on that field, I can’t see them matching that. Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, all the guys that you can mention. But they’re not the same guys without 15 back there.”  ...
    This week’s marquee game had a good dose of drama added to what already was a matchup of great intrigue. The Patriots’ game against the Chiefs took a significant turn Saturday when it was discovered that New England quarterback Cam Newton had tested positive for COVID-19 and is now ineligible to play this week. As of Saturday afternoon, ESPN reported the league is looking to reschedule the kickoff for Monday or, more likely, Tuesday. But whichever day the game is played, if it is played this week, instead of a quarterback matchup that pits Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes against Newton, the Patriots will counter with either veteran career backup Brian Hoyer or second-year neophyte Jared Stidham, who has just four career pass attempts. Whether that change will alter what the Patriots do is a matter of question. In their first three games, the Patriots had completely committed to running the ball, much of that scheme featuring Newton. That made for what figured to be a great showdown of two powerful offensive forces will clash when the Patriots (2-1) and Chiefs...
    Veteran wide receiver Sammy Watkins is dealing with multiple injuries and may not be able to suit up for the Chiefs in the monster AFC showdown against Baltimore.  Leading up to Monday Night Football’s huge tilt between the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens, star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is practicing this week knowing that he may be without one of his most trustworthy wideouts. On Thursday, veteran receiver Sammy Watkins was once again unable to practice, as he’s in concussion protocol and he’s also dealing with a neck injury. As things stand, it’s looking like the Chiefs will be without the 6-foot-1, 210-pounder to go up against the Ravens and Lamar Jackson. #Chiefs say that DE Alex Okafor (hamstring) and WR Sammy Watkins (concussion protocol) won’t practice Thursday, as the Chiefs begin preparation for the Baltimore Ravens. Reid said Okafor is coming along and Watkins issue is more in his neck area. — Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) September 24, 2020 Sammy Watkins missing Monday’s game against the Ravens would be a blow for the offenseWatkins suffered his injuries in Sunday’s heart-stopping...
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