Chiefs news for September 20, 2021
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USC football coaching search: Kansas City Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy would be ‘seriously interested’ in Trojans | 247sports
“Bieniemy grew up in Southern California, went to high school not too far from campus, and has been familiar with the program his entire life,” La Canfora wrote Sunday in a published report. “In January, the longtime Andy Reid assistant once again had numerous interviews for NFL head coaching positions, though the timing of another Chiefs run to the Super Bowl played some role in his return, with the league’s rules about when coaches can be hired still seemingly arcane to some. Timing could again be an issue should USC want to complete its hire by Thanksgiving or so for recruiting purposes, but it is one of a few select college openings Bieniemy would be open to, I’m told, if the process played out in the right manner.”
NFL Top 5 Power Rankings in Week 2 | si.com
A new legacy is dawning. Jameis Winston could not have written a better opening to his inaugural season as Saints’ starting quarterback. The New Orleans Saints brought the hot sauce on offense and defense and kept the heat on Aaron Rodgers on Sunday’s opener. Rodgers’ offseason saga may have been too much of a distraction for Green Bay after all.
WATCH: Chiefs receivers tackle Ravens WR Sammy Watkins in pregame warmups | yahoo
Ahead of the game, during pregame warmups, Chiefs receivers Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson ran up to Watkins. They acted like they were just going to dap him up and hug him, but they all three combined to playfully and safely tackle him to the ground.
Patrick Mahomes throws first ever September interception, and a Ravens rookie set him up | yahoo
And then, with 2:09 left in the third quarter against Baltimore, Mahomes’ magic streak came to an end — and it was due to the efforts of a rookie edge defender who did three things perfectly to force Mahomes into an unfortunate throw. Odafe Oweh, the Penn State alum who the Ravens selected with the 31st overall pick (which they got from the Chiefs in the pre-draft trade for left tackle Orlando Brown Jr.), had a brilliant rep all around.
Chiefs fumble comeback effort in 36-35 loss to Ravens |wibu
The Ravens trailed by 11 points in the fourth quarter. The team went on to score 12-straight points and took the lead with a one-yard touchdown run by Lamar Jackson.
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens stun the Chiefs with 4th quarter comeback | yahoo
Jackson led the Ravens back from an 11-point deficit, led two brilliant fourth-quarter drives, capped both off with touchdown runs, and beat Patrick Mahomes for the first time in his career. He somersaulted into the end zone on the second, and hurled the ball up into the air after giving his team a 36-35 lead with just over three minutes remaining.