Chiefs news for November 8, 2021
Good Morning AG! Today in history, Taco Charlton was born in 1994. It was an ugly win, but better than a pretty loss…
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs survive | yahoo
The Kansas City Chiefs got a win on Sunday thanks to a number of different contributions. A much-maligned defense came through in a few different ways, albeit against a young quarterback making his first NFL start. Special teams played a role as well, as the Chiefs blocked a field goal and recovered a fumble on a muffed punt.
Packers flounder, fall to Chiefs with Aaron Rodgers ruled out amid COVID-19 saga | usatoday
Love, 23, made his first NFL start on Sunday while Rodgers isolates after testing positive for COVID-19, and what a learning experience it was as the Packers fell to the Kansas City Chiefs, 13-7, at Arrowhead Stadium. The result snapped Green Bay’s seven-game winning streak (7-2) while Kansas City (5-4) has won consecutive games for the first time all season.
Can’t-Miss Play: Mahomes recaptures his vintage form on game-sealing strike to Tyreek Hill | nfl.com
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes escapes pressure and throws an off-balance game-sealing completion to wide receiver Tyreek Hill.
WATCH: Chiefs CB L’Jarius Sneed records his first interception of 2021
This season, Sneed has played mostly the nickel corner spot and he hasn’t been as productive. Against the Packers in Week 9, however, Sneed had himself a day. He had an early pass defended in the game, but his most impressive play came in coverage against Green Bay’s top offensive weapon, Davante Adams.
Well, that wasn’t the first start Jordan Love would have drawn up for himself.
The second-year quarterback struggled in relief of Aaron Rodgers as the Green Bay Packers lost to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, 13-7.