Chiefs news for October 2, 2022
Good morning AG!
Today in Chiefs’ history Gary Green was born in 1955.
Also Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born 1869, and Richard III in 1452.
5 Chiefs players to watch in Week 4 vs. Buccaneers |Chiefswire
The Chiefs are looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss in Week 3 and so are the Buccaneers. Both teams are hungry to get right and get back to their winning ways, which should make for a very competitive game. With the bright lights of primetime shining, you can expect some big performances from plenty of players.
Why the Chiefs’ much-improved pass rush is key this season — and in a Week 4 matchup with the Bucs | ESPN
The Chiefs’ pass rush is off to a good start, which was a priority after Kansas City finished 29th in the NFL in sacks last year (31). They are tied for fifth this season with 10. They’ve also generated pressured on 33.6% of opponent dropbacks, sixth in the league.
Why Bucs defense could give Patrick Mahomes another long day at the office | yahoosports
“You’ve got to be able to go card-for-card. If he throws out an ace, you’ve got to throw out a king-type of deal. You’ve got to be able to go back and forth with him. … You’ve got to have a great gameplan for him to be able to try and decipher through the defenses that we’re throwing at him, as well.”
Chiefs Fans Roast NFL Commentator for ‘Atrocious’ Patrick Mahomes Take | Heavy
“Baloney he is! He is one of the worst throwers I’ve ever witnessed. He has the worst footwork this side of Aaron Rodgers throwing the football.”
Chiefs elevate two practice squad players for Week 4 vs. Buccaneers | Chiefswire
The Chiefs also elevated LB Elijah Lee to the 53-man roster for the second time this season. Lee was released from the 53-man roster and signed to the practice squad this past week. He’ll likely be active and play a key role for the team on special teams against the Bucs.
Referee Bill Vinovich’s crew assigned to work Chiefs-Buccaneers game | Chiefswire
Vinovich has always had a reputation for letting player play and his crew’s penalty count is indicative of that this season. They’ve called the fewest penalties in the NFL through three games with 20 total penalties, but seven of those penalties were dismissed leaving the total at 13.