Chiefs news for January 08, 2022
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Chiefs RG Trey Smith seeking improvement, consistency ahead of playoffs | yahoosports
“I think there’s always more to achieve,” Smith said of the play up front after 16 games. “You could play for 10-plus years and there’s always something you can do better, something you can learn. I’m not satisfied with where I’m at. There are a lot of things I can do better. Being more consistent in my game and that’s once again, not only on the field on Sundays or Saturdays this week, but it’s every day in practice, it’s building better habits every day as I go on.”
How Chiefs Line Overcame Injuries | footballoutsiders
NFL Week 17 – The Chiefs lost a heartbreaker in a bit of a bizarre finish against the Bengals this past Sunday. They tied the game at 31-31 with about six minutes to go but never saw the ball again. After a penalty gave the Bengals a fresh set of downs at the goal line, Cincinnati kneeled the ball out and kicked a field goal with no time on the clock. It had to be an agonizing drive for the Chiefs offense to watch from the sidelines.
Chiefs vs. Broncos, Week 18 | chiefswire
Even though Denver has been eliminated from playoff contention, and doesn’t have much to play for, they’re still a dangerous team. I expect the Chiefs are treating them as such in their preparations this week. The last thing they can afford to do is overlook this opponent with an eye toward the playoffs. After the disappointing loss to the Bengals in Week 17, this squad needs to execute a complete game plan against a divisional opponent to close out the season. Offense, defense and special teams — all executed at a high level.
Behind Enemy Lines: 5 questions with Broncos Wire for Week 18 | chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs are gearing up to face the Denver Broncos in the regular-season finale on Saturday afternoon in Week 18. They’ve already clinched the AFC West and a playoff spot, but seeding is still at stake for the Chiefs.
Brad Rogers’ crew assigned to work Chiefs-Broncos game | chiefswire
This is the first time that Rogers and his crew have officiated a Chiefs game this season. The last time they officiated a game for Kansas City was also the first time. It was in 2020 of Week 7, which was a 43-16 win over the Broncos in Denver. Rogers’ crew called a single penalty on the Chiefs during that game while calling four penalties on the Broncos.
The Mad Scramble | Defending the Kingdom 1/7 |youtube.com
Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus and Chiefs Reporter Matt McMullen – plus various special guests – break down the latest news and storylines in Chiefs Kingdom.
James Palmer highlights what to watch for in Chiefs-Broncos | nfl.com
NFL Media’s James Palmer previews the Week 18 matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos.
Six Stats to Know for Week 18 | Chiefs vs. Broncos | chiefs.com
Chiefs reporter Matt McMullen breaks down six stats to know for the Chiefs Week 18 matchup against the Denver Broncos.
Chance of rain, snow for Chiefs vs. Broncos Week 18 game | chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos could be playing in wet conditions when they face off at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium on Saturday.
Chiefs RB Darrel Williams approaching career milestone in Week 18 chiefswire
With just 37 more yards on the ground or through the air against the Denver Broncos on Saturday, Williams will hit 1,000 yards from scrimmage for the first time in his career. It’s something that he set out to achieve from the jump this season.
Final injury report for Chiefs vs. Broncos, Week 18 | chiefswire