Morning Huddle: ‘Catch and Release’

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The Fish touchdown play call comes to light! Grab yourself a cup o’ joe and get in the Huddle!

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Chiefs HC Andy Reid reveals play name for LT Eric Fisher’s Week 3 touchdown | ChiefsWire

Chiefs HC Andy Reid revealed to reporters on Friday that the play was called “Catch and Release.” “Yeah, ‘Catch and Release,’” Reid said. “You know, ‘Fish’ [Eric Fisher’s nickname]. And actually, that was EB’s [Eric Bieniemy] play. He’d been bugging me about it since we were on the plane coming back from the Chargers. That would be a good one, so yeah. You know, ‘Catch and Release.’”

Final injury report for Chiefs vs. Patriots, Week 4 | ChiefsWire

PlayerInjuryParticipation*Designation
DT Chris JonesGroinLPQuestionable
DE Alex OkaforHamstringFP
WR Tyreek HillHeelFP
CB Charvarius WardHandFP
C Austin ReiterKneeFP
DT Derrick NnadiAnkleFP
DB Juan ThornhillKneeFP
RT Mitchell SchwartzAnkleFP
RG Andrew WylieIllnessFP
PlayerInjuryParticipation*Designation
DB Cody DavisRibsDNPOUT
WR Julian EdelmanKneeLPQuestionable
RB Sony MichelQuadLPQuestionable
DL Adam ButlerShoulderLPQuestionable
OT Isaiah WynnCalfLPQuestionable
OG Shaq MasonCalfLPQuestionable

NFL media picks, Week 4: Chiefs heavily favored over Patriots | AA

It’s not the Patriots’ offense of yesteryear either, but that may be a good thing for this matchup. Cam Newton has led the most efficient rushing attack in football through three weeks, according to Football Outsiders. That matches up well against the Chiefs’ defense (fifth vs. the pass, 30th vs. the run), making the Patriots the perfect team to employ the “keep the ball away from Mahomes” gambit. That could lead to a fun study of contrasts, but it’s always seemed like a sucker’s move to me. Losing faster is still losing.”

Mike Pennel has positive impact in return to Chiefs | AA

“Mike did a nice job for us. He came back through the course of the week,” said Daly. “I was really impressed with how he handled the time off. Physically, he was in good shape. He brought a lot of energy to practice. It was great to have him out there. I thought that carried over into the game on the sideline. He was very engaged, he was dialed in. He gave us something from an attitude standpoint.”

“I thought he did a really nice job, particularly in the downhill run game, playing the double teams that Baltimore gave us. He’ll continue to develop and increase his role. Some of the flat zone schemes, I think he’d tell you there’s a couple of those he could play a little bit better. But I was really pleased with what we got out of him, and I think he’s going to continue to contribute in a positive way for us.”

Chris Jones is questionable with groin injury | PFT

Defensive end Chris Jones is questionable with a groin injury that limited him in all three practices this week. Jones played 37 snaps in Monday night’s win over the Ravens. He averaged nearly 90 percent of snaps in the first two games before that dipped to 70 percent Monday night. Still, Jones was disruptive with two sacks, two forced fumbles and five tackles. Defensive end Alex Okafor (hamstring), offensive guard Andrew Wylie (illness), receiver Tyreek Hill (heel) and cornerback Charvarius Ward (hand) are off the report and good to go.

Watch Chiefs vs. Patriots: TV channel, live stream info, start time | CBSSports

The Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots are even-steven against one another since September of 2017 (2-2), but not for long. Kansas City will be playing at home against the Patriots at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday. Coming off of a win even when the odds were against them, Kansas City has to be feeling especially confident now that the spread is in their favor.

This past Monday, Kansas City turned the game against the Baltimore Ravens into a track meet and took the gold after outgaining them 517 yards to 228. Kansas City took their matchup against Baltimore 34-20. The Chiefs’ QB Patrick Mahomes was on fire, passing for four TDs and 385 yards on 42 attempts in addition to punching in one rushing touchdown. Mahomes ended up with a passer rating of 133.50.

Chiefs’ Bashaud Breeland Reportedly Agrees to Plea Deal After April Arrest | B/R

“We are pleased to have come to a fair and swift resolution in this case. Mr. Breeland looks forward to putting this entire ordeal behind him. “We appreciate the York County prosecutor’s cooperation and professionalism throughout this process. This case is a prime example of how a person is best served by allowing these matters to be litigated in a court of law, rather than roadside during an arrest.”

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steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
10/03/2020 10:16 am

That changes a lot

who is the backup QB?

TCHchiefs
TCHchiefs
Reply to  steve_chiefs
10/03/2020 10:18 am

Hoyer, I believe

zulu trader
zulu trader
Reply to  TCHchiefs
10/03/2020 10:28 am

StidhAm

zulu trader
zulu trader
10/03/2020 10:11 am

Cam Newton tests positive for covid

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ChiefDog
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10/03/2020 10:12 am

Tony Sommer
Reply to  zulu trader
10/03/2020 10:18 am

Breaking News: Cam Newton tests positive for Covid, game is unlikely to be played as scheduled

Warpath
Warpath
10/03/2020 7:40 am

“WORLD CHAMPIONS”

zulu trader
zulu trader
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10/03/2020 9:44 am

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