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Playoff Week 3: Tennessee at Arrowhead

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That's fundamental. 

Turnover differential is worth considering. For the season, the Chiefs were 7th at +8, while the Titans were 9th at +6. That said we were better to finish the season. We were +5 through 11, three of them in game #11. We were +3 in five games after the break and +1 last week.
https://www.foxsports.com/nfl/team-stats?season=2019&week=100&category=TURNOVERS

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Final injury report.

Chiefs:

Chris Jones, Matt Moore and LeSean McCoy all returned to practice for the Chiefs on Friday. All three players were listed as limited in practice, as was TE Travis Kelce.

Jones was a limited participant after having not participated in practice since Jan. 10. Andy Reid still wasn’t ready to commit to Jones playing against the Titans on Sunday. Reid wants to see how Jones feels on Saturday and ahead of the game. Jones said that he’s currently considered day-to-day, which would stand to reason given his questionable designation.

Titans:

Everyone besides CB Logan Ryan received a questionable designation from the Titans. All players listed as questionable were also listed as limited participants in Friday’s practice. In all likelihood, the majority of these players will go on Sunday. The one I am watching closely is RT Jack Conklin who was a late addition to the injury report on Thursday with an ankle injury.
https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2020/01/17/final-injury-report-for-kansas-city-chiefs-vs-tennessee-titans-afc-championship-game/

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First Tyreek now Clark 🤦‍♂️

hope it don’t bite them in the ***

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7 hours ago, Chiefer said:

First Tyreek now Clark 🤦‍♂️

hope it don’t bite them in the ***

?????

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5 hours ago, KC_Guy said:

?????

Tyreek said nobody can guard our Wrs. Frank apparently said it's not hard to tackle Henry (in few words)

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6 minutes ago, Chiefs_5627 said:

Tyreek said nobody can guard our Wrs. Frank apparently said it's not hard to tackle Henry (in few words)

Tyreek’s was pretty mellow,  the full quote is not bad at all. 
 

That said.   It’s our game to lose,   Not taking Tennessee lightly at all but if we play well we should win this.   

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3 hours ago, Chiefs_5627 said:

Tyreek said nobody can guard our Wrs. Frank apparently said it's not hard to tackle Henry (in few words)

Clark should shut it. Henry is Dang hard to tackle. Why give 'em locker room poster fodder?

Cold and windy at Arrowhead. I don't like the wind. Could play havoc on the passing game. Hope not.

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I can't believe Chris Jones is gonna go. Calf injuries almost always take more than 2 weeks to recover, and he's a big dude.

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If Frank Clark's quote is what it takes for Derrick Henry to get up for a Championship game then we should not be worried at all. It means nothing, other than some trash talk on the field.

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20 minutes ... About the time I'll board my flight and won't be able to follow the game 😡😡😡😡  

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10 minutes ago, Habbsawce said:

If Frank Clark's quote is what it takes for Derrick Henry to get up for a Championship game then we should not be worried at all. It means nothing, other than some trash talk on the field.

Agreed. The Ravens defense is soft and they ran their mouth literally all season. I'm okay with Frank Clark talking a little trash.

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