Chiefs news for November 15, 2021
Good Morning AG! Today in history, Mike Livingston was born in 1945 and Junior Siavii in 1979. And the Chiefs are in first place in the division!!!
Chiefs rookie TE Noah Gray leaning on Travis Kelce for pointers | usatoday
“I don’t think I can point to any single aspect that have kind of progressed as the time has gone on just because naturally,” Gray said, “I’ve been around these guys longer and have been able to pick their brains longer and been able to figure out what to work on. In the run game, in the pass game, there’s been a lot of stuff that I felt like I’ve definitely progressed and been able to learn from. Just a huge thanks to the other tight ends in the room because without them I wouldn’t have been able to do that.”
What’s wrong with Travis Kelce? Tight end’s disappearing act has brought curtain down on Chiefs offense | cbssports
On tape and in the numbers, the issue comes down to his inability to win against man coverage at the moment. And it seemingly goes back to the stinger he suffered during the team’s loss to the Buffalo Bills back in Week 5, and the elbow injury he suffered the following week.
Four Takeaways From the Chiefs’ 41-14 Win Over the Raiders si.com
The Kansas City Chiefs took care of business on Sunday night by defeating the Las Vegas Raiders by a final score of 41-14. In the process, they secured a three-game winning streak and a solo hold on first place in the AFC West. Considering where the Chiefs were just a few short weeks ago, this win is a huge one for them. The season appears to be turning around after a rocky start. Kansas City isn’t out of the woods yet but with a statement win over a bitter division rival, it’s hard to not believe they’re at least mostly “back.”
Chiefs go from worst to first in AFC West with win over Raiders in Week 10 | usatoday
The Kansas City Chiefs began their Sunday in third place in the AFC West and entirely outside of the AFC playoff picture. After taking care of business with a 41-14 win against the Las Vegas Raiders on “Sunday Night Football” they’ll finish the day alone atop the division and hold the No. 4 seed in the AFC conference.
Patrick Mahomes throws 5 TDs, Chiefs look like the Chiefs in blowout over Raiders | yahoo
This might not have been a spot-on replica of the Chiefs juggernaut from Patrick Mahomes‘ first few seasons as starter, but it was pretty good. The Chiefs moved the ball up and down the field by playing patient, mistake-free offense, got some key plays from the defense, even hit a fake punt and won 41-14 at the Las Vegas Raiders. They’re 6-4, and in first place of the AFC West.