Chiefs news for November 30, 2021/
Good morning AG! today in history… I got nothing. At least we are past the bye week!
KC Endzone Team gives midseason grades during bye week | fox4kc
The team started off 3-4 struggling at all phases of the game, but have reeled off a 4 game win streak to become 7-4 before the bye week.
4 NFL teams that could replace the Lions on Thanksgiving | sportskeeda
If not for the Chiefs, the now traditional primetime game probably wouldn’t exist: team founder Lamar Hunt was a strong advocate of bringing Thanksgiving football to Arrowhead Stadium. His efforts were partially realized in 2006, when the Chiefs were chosen as the hosts of the first nightcap, topping the Denver Broncos 19-10. Alas, Hunt passed away mere weeks after that game and the Chiefs have not played on Thanksgiving since. Their general consistency, newfound championship demeanor, and connection to Turkey Day football make it the perfect time to hand over full-time hosting duties.
AFC Playoff Picture: Chiefs remain No. 4 seed after Week 12 | usatoday
The Kansas City Chiefs remained on top of the AFC West after their Week 12 bye while hanging on to the No. 4 seed in the AFC playoff picture. The Chiefs lead the entire AFC West by one game and still have a chance to surpass other teams in the AFC postseason race
NFL Picks, Predictions Week 13: Can the Ravens, Chiefs, and Bengals strengthen their playoff positioning? | profootballnetwork
Heading into Week 13 of the NFL schedule, we have a bizarre week of games for our picks and predictions. After a tight and tense slate of games last week, the NFL standings suggest Week 13 should be more one-sided in several games. However, this is the NFL, and things never quite go to script when all is said and done.
Chiefs could be beneficiaries of injuries to key Broncos players | usatoday
Nine players were listed on Denver’s injury report heading into Week 12, with five of the hurt players listed as doubtful or questionable on Friday. Starting defensive end Shelby Harris and tackle Bobby Massie were both ruled out ahead of the matchup this week. Their absences weren’t too difficult to overcome the Broncos in their win over Los Angeles.
The list of injuries for Denver expanded in the effort too, with starting running back Melvin Gordon leaving the game, also starting guard Dalton Risner and starting left tackle Calvin Anderson knocked out of the game. Along with Bridgewater and the others listed out with injury designations before Sunday’s matchup, these players constitute six missing starters in all phases of the game for Denver.
Red-hot Chiefs brimming with optimism after late-season bye | sanluisobispo
Whether it’s the return of several players from injuries to the continued involvement of a couple of late newcomers, or the improvement that was evident before the break to coach Andy Reid’s downright incredible record after a bye, the Chiefs returned to work Monday brimming with optimism about the stretch run they’re about to begin.
Chiefs HC Andy Reid provides injury updates ahead of Week 13 | yahoo
Yeah, well, he was making good progress prior to the bye,” Reid said of Niang. “I’ll get a report today on him. So, I think there’s a chance he’s ready. I can’t tell you until I see him.”
The Chiefs also have another decision to make on the offensive line, with Kyle Long’s 21-day practice window slated to expire on Tuesday. The Chiefs must either activate him to the 53-man roster or choose to send him to injured reserve for the remainder of the season. The latter would mean that Long will have never played a snap for Kansas City this season./