Chiefs news for Monday 10/3/2022
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Today in Chiefs history: In 1966, Hank Stram and Bills coach Joe Collier negotiate a trade in the middle of the field, with the Chiefs getting K Mike Mercer for Gary Greer, a 5th Round draft pick
Also on this date, in 1849 American author Edgar Allan Poe was found delirious in a gutter in Baltimore, Maryland under mysterious circumstances; it is the last time he is seen in public before his death, likely muttering something under his breath about The Ravens
In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln designated the last Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day
In 1904, New York Giants pitcher Christy Mathewson strikes out 16 Cardinals in a 3-1 Giants victory over St. Louis: a new MLB record, and finishes the game in 1 hour, 15 minutes
In 1913 the US Federal Income Tax signed into law (at 1%) by President Woodrow Wilson
Key takeaways from first half of Chiefs vs. Buccaneers | Chiefswire
WATCH: Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes makes magic on 2-yard touchdown pass | Chiefswire
It was some of that patented Mahomes Magic that we’ve all come to know and love. It was lacking a week ago, but it’s back in full force for Week 4.
Patrick Mahomes Becomes Fastest QB to 20,000 Yards in NFL History | SI
Patrick Mahomes made history during Sunday Night Football when he added another all-time accomplishment to his already impressive resumé. The Chiefs star became the fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach 20,000 career passing yards
Instant analysis of Chiefs’ Week 4 win over Buccaneers | Chiefwire
Patrick Mahomes gets the best of Tom Brady as Chiefs roll past Buccaneers | yahoo
One of the key plays in the first half came on a Chiefs slot blitz. Brady didn’t anticipate cornerback L’Jarius Sneed blitzing and he got hit hard from his front side. Brady fumbled and immediately grabbed at his arm. He rubbed and rolled his shoulder all the way to the bench. The Chiefs scored shortly after to take a 28-10 lead.
It was a little schmaltzy, but it wasn’t totally off point. Beck sang “Old man take a look at my life, I’m a lot like you were” over highlights of the two quarterbacks. It ended up being a fitting soundtrack to a game that seemed meaningful, in more ways than just which team won in Week 4.
Best Twitter reactions from Chiefs’ Week 4 win over the Buccaneers } yahoo
Chiefs special teams literally doing the opposite of what they did last week
After the game, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles took responsibility for the loss, which he refused to blame on the impact Hurricane Ian had on his team’s preparations throughout the week.
“They kicked our butts all over the field,” Bowles told the media during his postgame press conference, pointing out all the ways in which his defense failed to contain Patrick Mahomes and the rest of Kansas City’s dynamic offensive attack.
Five things that stood out about the Kansas City Chiefs’ win against the Tampa Bay Bucs | yahoo
The last time the Chiefs stepped inside Raymond James Stadium, they exhausted 60 minutes without finding the end zone once.
The return trip required all of 46 seconds
And then 10 minutes for another. Then eight for the next.
And on it went.
Better finish, too.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s best plays in 2-TD game | Week 4 |NFL.com