Chiefs news for January 10, 2022/
Good Morning AG ! Today In History, Frank Gansz is Named Head Coach In 1987.
With No Luck From The Texans Kansas City Is Locked In At Number Two In The AFC .
Who Will The Chiefs Play In Week One ? | chiefswire
The Chiefs won’t mind a rematch with the Steelers at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in the wild-card round, though. In their first meeting at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 16, Kansas City dominated Pittsburgh, coasting to a 36-10 win. Patrick Mahomes was 23-of-30 for 258 passing yards and three touchdowns on the day. The defense forced three turnovers and sacked Ben Roethlisberger twice during the game.
Chiefs playoff run to start next weekend at home | kshb
The Pittsburgh Steelers eliminated the Baltimore Ravens 16-13 in overtime. Barring a Sunday Night Football tie between AFC West foes Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders, the Steelers will be coming to Kansas City next weekend.
Chiefs Defensive Tackle Chris Jones Must Be Sick After Barely Falling Short Of $1.25 Million Bonus | brobible
If Jones reached 10 sacks in the 2021/22 season, he would get paid out the money. He even had an extra game to get there and got really, really close.
Which players impressed during Week 18 | chiefswire
Many have been clamoring for a breakout game with Mecole Hardman, who took full advantage of the additional targets as Tyreek Hill was slowed with a heel injury. The former Georgia Bulldog finished the game with 103 yards, receiving eight catches averaging 12.9 yards per reception. Hardman’s 11 targets were his most since Week 5 against the Buffalo Bills.
Andy Reid Provides Update on Travis Kelce’s Injury vs. Broncos | heavy.com
As if the Chiefs hadn’t suffered enough on offense with Hill getting banged up with what head coach Andy Reid detailed as a “sore” heel after the game, Kelce getting banged up makes matters worse. However, an injury update on Kelce after the game should provide Chiefs Kingdom with a sigh of relief.
4 takeaways from Chiefs’ Week 18 win over Broncos | chiefswire
In the first-ever game of Week 18 football in NFL history, Kansas City came through in the clutch to make sure they didn’t lay an egg in primetime. When the league decided to add a matchup to the 2021 regular-season schedule, it was uncertain what implications potential injuries might have on the popularity of the new fixture. The Chiefs proved that an extra game didn’t have to mean overextending their roster before the playoffs, escaping with minor scrapes and bruises at worst when the final whistle sounded./