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  1. FBO rankings dropped the Chiefs back a slot in both offense and defense. Go figure. J
  2. The Bills were playing double deep to prevent the big plays. Hill and Hardman had only four targets. Kelce alone had seven. RBs had six. The mid-range WR, Robinson and Pringle, had eight. The prevent safeties left seven, even six in the box all night. It may not have been game plan, but give a RB turned OC that thin a defense and you get 245 yards rushing. J
  3. Monday, Mahomes topped 90 career TDs, in his 37th start. This is a new NFL record for fewest games to 90. The previous holder was Dan Marin, who did it in 40. Mahomes finished the game with 91 career TDs thrown. At this pace, Mahomes will throw #100 during one of the November games--Jets, Panthers, Raiders, Bucs. https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/patrick_mahomes_bests_dan_marino_with_latest_touchdown_mark/s1_127_33126680 J
  4. Monday, Mahomes topped 90 career TDs, in his 37th start. This is a new NFL record for fewest games to 90. The previous holder was Dan Marin, who did it in 40. See details below. https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/patrick_mahomes_bests_dan_marino_with_latest_touchdown_mark/s1_127_33126680 At his current pace of just under 2.5 TD per game, Mahomes projects to hit the 100 TD milestone either week 9 against the Panthers, or week 11 against the Raiders. I will update this thread as we get closer. J
  5. It was taking what the defense offered. Buffalo played six or seven in the box to get deep help on Hill and Hardman. H&H only had four targets in the whole game. DRob and Pringle had eight. Kelce and the RB had 13. J
  6. At least this missed game was not as bad as the last missed game. 245 yards rushing, 161 yards by Clyde, is pretty impressive. This with an OL missing three starters. Another game with no INT for Mahomes. Dominated time of possession. In a lot of ways it seems like that workmanlike first game against the Texans. J
  7. Not a single COVID issue on Sunday, leaguewide. J
  8. Bell is now officially on the roster. Osemele goes to IR to make room. J
  9. A practice squad player is auctioning his Super Bowl ring, hence the story. But the picture is of a 1969 Super Bowl ring. https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/player_auctioning_chiefs_super_bowl_ring_one_month_after_receiving_it/s1_13132_33103349
  10. A receiver out of the backfield is certainly important. Clyde will be that, but he's not there yet. I would not say the OL cannot run block. It's more that Mahomes is the first, second and third priority. I think the comparisons to Westbrook are well founded. He was not much taller than Clyde and also a brick. J
  11. Are we talking about the same Le'Veon Bell that the Chiefs just signed? His style and Clyde's could almost not be more different. J
  12. Now we have the injury report. It's long. Watkins is likely out but not headed for IR. Player Injury Participation* WR Sammy Watkins Hamstring DNP LB Anthony Hitchens Illness DNP OG Kelechi Osemele Knees DNP CB Rashad Fenton Shoulder FP OT Eric Fisher Shoulder FP WR Mecole Hardman Ankle FP WR Tyreek Hill Heel FP DT Chris Jones Groin FP TE Nick Keizer Shoulder FP DT Derrick Nnadi Ankle FP C Austin Reiter Knee FP CB Charvarius Ward Hand FP Player Injury Participation* TE Dawson Knox Calf DNP QB Jake From NIR LP LB Matt Milano Pectoral LP CB Tre’Davious White Back LP QB Josh Allen Shoulder FP WR John Brown Knee FP RB Zack Moss Toe FP OG Quinton Spain Foot FP
  13. Back in the day, the Royals had Bud Black and Vida Blue as SP in a doubleheader. Plus there were the Black to White outs at 2B. Quite few of those. Bud could field his position and Frank was GG. J
  14. This was originally game day and we don't even have injury reports yet. J
  15. More indications that Bell wants to be here if we want to have him. https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2020/10/15/kansas-city-chiefs-buffalo-bills-miami-dolphins-leveon-bell-report/ J
  16. I dislike this guy, but he has been an elite RB. Small talk has the Chiefs on his short list. What do yo think? https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/chiefs_interested_in_leveon_bell/s1_14819_33090701 J
  17. Actually, I was talking about more snaps for Keiser. I think the team is fairly high on him, but he's green as astroturf. J
  18. The Sausage is out, which going to make things different. His snap count was down, but he was still a fine lead blocker. Most likely we will see a lot of two TE sets. J
  19. I originally posted this in case there is a Thursday game, but the flagship has moved the game to Monday afternoon, so most likely we will have four more days to contemplate the stinkfest against Las Vegas. If you can say definitively, please post the official announcement of the move. The game is scheduled to be carried streaming on Amazon Prime, as if it were a Thursday game. J
  20. There is plenty of blame to go around. They kicked the skunk, and that's all their is. J
  21. A forfeit is a blunt instrument. If you really want to hit the franchise where it hurts, use the draft. Just dropping them to the end of a round will get a message across. If it's round #1, even more so. You have a point that the whole league was complicit. But, how do you punish teams for not making a complaint. The league itself has legal hurdles which are non trivial without a formal complaint. J
  22. Las Vegas at Kansas City does not have the same caché that Oakland at KC used to have. In week #6, if the Buffalo vs Tennessee game is played, the KC vs Buffalo game moves to Sunday. If not, it stays Thursday night. The uncertainty sucks. J
  23. I don't disagree with any of these points. However, choose a sanction that minimizes the impact on the competitive nature of the league. J
  24. More than that, punishment is not in a vacuum. It makes sense for the Titans games to be cancelled, which gives their opponents an unscheduled bye week, which is no small thing. IMO it would be excessive to also give the opponents a free W. J
  25. You may not be saying, but many are. https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/could_titans_be_forced_to_forfeit_game_due_to_positive_coronavirus_tests/s1_127_33042893 Final injury report. Chris Jones returns, but Danna out. Las Vegas is a MASH unit, but only Bryan Edwards is ruled out. Update: Danna has been moved to IR coinciding with Bashaud Breeland being activated. Player Injury Participation* Designation DE Mike Danna Hamstring DNP OUT DT Chris Jones Groin FP – WR Mecole Hardman Hamstring FP – WR Tyreek Hill Heel FP – CB Charvarius Ward Hand FP – C Austin Reiter Knee FP – DT Derrick Nnadi Ankle FP – LB Dorian O’Daniel Ankle FP – Player Injury Participation* Designation C Rodney Hudson NIR – – TE Jason Witten NIR – – DT Maliek Collins Shoulder / Illness LP Questionable WR Bryan Edwards Foot / Ankle DNP OUT OT Trent Brown Calf FP Questionable WR Henry Ruggs III Knee / Hamstring FP Questionable WR Rico Gafford Hamstring FP Questionable DT Jonathan Hankins Eye FP – CB Lamarcus Joyner Ribs FP – LB Nick Kwiatkowski Pectoral LP – CB Nevin Lawson Ankle FP – CB Keisean Nixon Hamstring LP – RB Jalen Richard Ankle FP – TE Darren Waller Knee LP – OT Sam Young Groin / Knee / Shoulder LP – OG John Simpson Shoulder FP – RB Josh Jacobs Hip FP – FB Alec Ingold Thumb FP – S Jonathan Abram Shoulder / Thumb FP –
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