Chiefs news for Sept 27, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, another lean day in the history books.
Elsewhere, the Norman Conquest started, the Warren Commission report was released, Silent Spring was published, and The Tonight Show with Steve Allen premiered. Not necessarily in that order.
On to the news…
Chiefs HC Andy Reid Takes Aim at DT Chris Jones for 4th Quarter Penalty | Heavy
Late in the fourth quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs‘ 20-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3, Colts quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked by Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton on 3rd and 6. The play was a massive one for the Chiefs, as they were leading 17-13 at that point in the game and were getting the ball back with about 4:30 left in the game.
Patrick Mahomes Addresses Week 3 ‘Altercation’ With Eric Bieniemy | Heavy
Chiefs 4-Year Veteran Calms Fans With Cryptic Tweet After Colts Loss | Heavy
Some perspective for those that might need it: Kansas City had one of its worst performances in recent memory and yet they still only lost by three points on the road against a team that many had pegged as a playoff contender before the season began.
NICK WRIGHT REVEALS WHAT WORRIED HIM ABOUT KC CHIEFS’ HUGE UPSET | THE CARTON SHOW | FoxSports
Nick Wright, host of First Things First, joins Craig Carton on The Carton Show after his Kansas City Chiefs suffer a shocking upset to the Indianapolis Colts.
Chiefs cut K Matt Ammendola after struggles against Indianapolis | kshb.com
Fresh off missing an extra point and a field goal in a loss Sunday at the Indianapolis Colts, the Kansas City Chiefs cut kicker Matt Ammendola.
5 takeaways from Chiefs HC Andy Reid’s Monday media availability | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs are 2-1 after a disappointing Week 3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Before the team shifts its focus to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Andy Reid addressed media members on Monday.
It’s Too Early to Hit the Panic Button on the Chiefs | SI
The 2022 Chiefs signed up for moments and games like they had on Sunday against the Colts.
Buccaneers seek alternative plans vs. Chiefs amid Hurricane Ian | Yahoo Sports
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are working on some contingency plans ahead of the Sunday Night Football showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs amid Hurricane Ian.
THE NFL’S PUSH FOR PARITY MAY MAKE 2022 SEASON A WILD RIDE | Fox Sports
We are only three weeks into the NFL season and some weirdly bemusing stuff is happening in the National Football League. And we’re not even talking about butt punts, quarterbacks strolling out the back of the end zone and outrageous one-mitted catches.
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Chargers’ Brandon Staley Addresses Justin Herbert’s Injury After Week 3 Rout | SI
A lingering rib injury threatened to sideline Justin Herbert entering Week 3, but the Chargers quarterback managed to take the field for Sunday’s home game against the Jaguars.