Chiefs news for October 25, 2021
Good Morning AG! Let’s face it. The Chiefs aren’t that good. It’s amazing how fast things can change in the NFL. Let’s see how many others feel that way… And for my 2 cents worth, I don’t think its the GM’s fault. He got players that had been solid in previous systems, but not in ours. So… It must be our system! Come on coaches!
Titans rough up Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs in 27-3 victory | cbs
Derrick Henry causes Chiefs defenders to make obvious business decisions | yahoo
The Chiefs and their leaky defenses decided to take things to the next level on Sunday. It’s hard enough to bring Henry down when you’re trying to tackle him; if you’re obviously not… well, you might as well go 7-on-7 in the parking lot and call it a day.
There was this sort of arm tackle from the usually outstanding defensive lineman Chris Jones…
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes suffers apparent head injury on fourth-down sack | yahoo
After a forgettable performance on both sides of the ball against the Tennessee Titans, protection issues on the offensive line gave way for the unthinkable. Dropping back to try and make a pass on fourth down, Patrick Mahomes was wrapped up, twisted awkwardly and shaken up going to the ground. He suffered an apparent head injury and had to be helped off the field by several teammates, looking quite shaken up after the play.
Let’s take stock of what happened Sunday as KC Chiefs lost so thoroughly to the Titans | kansas.com
Any hope that the Chiefs might’ve been able to carry over some momentum from their Week 6 win at Washington was quickly dashed against a clearly superior opponent on Sunday.
Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes Provide Injury Update on Star QB | si.com
When he spoke to the media after the game, head coach Andy Reid announced that Mahomes cleared the obligatory concussion protocol tests. Reid also added that it was his decision to hold Mahomes out for the remainder of the contest. Considering the nature of the play and the scary aftermath, early indications are that the Chiefs dodged a bullet. Mahomes spoke on the injury, too.
2021 NFL season, Week 7: What we learned from Sunday’s games | cbs
Titans make a massive statement. Back-to-back impressive wins against AFC heavyweights for Mike Vrabel’s club. Tennessee dominated from the jump, controlling the ball with ease against a struggling Chiefs defense. Ryan Tannehill‘s offense scored on all five of its first-half possessions to leap out to a 27-0 halftime lead. Derrick Henry continued to be a field-tilting beast and started his day with a jump-pass TD on the opening drive. For the first time since Week 1, Henry didn’t hit the century mark on the ground. It speaks volumes for the Titans that they didn’t need to ride the back to blow out the Chiefs. K.C. stacked the box to slow the RB — Henry faced seven-plus defenders in the box on 26 of 29 rushes. Tannehill and A.J. Brown then ripped the defense apart with chunk games. It’s the type of dual-threat offense that allows Tennessee to bludgeon opponents. Fun note: Henry threw more TD passes than Patrick Mahomes this week.
okay. I’ve had enough. This is like googling obituaries. Times yours…