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Chiefs news for September 14, 2022
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Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, Derrick Ransom was born in 1976.
On this day in 1814, Francis Scott Key penned “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Also, don’t forget to check out 3rdnlong’s newest poem. Chiefs’ poem – “Stoking the Flames” – 2022 NFL Week 1, KC 44 at AZ 21
Chiefs Place Rookie Standout on Injured Reserve: Report | Heavy
Rookie first-round pick Trent McDuffie exited the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 1 win over the Arizona Cardinals in the third quarter due to a hamstring injury. He sat out for the remainder of the game, and head coach Andy Reid didn’t provide any update on the young corner during his postgame press conference.
Insider: Chiefs’ Budding Star Looked Like ‘Watching Tyreek Hill’ | Heavy
Kansas City’s offense amassed 488 yards of total offense led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who had 360 yards through the air and 5 touchdown passes. Mahomes set his own personal record in the season opener by completing 12 consecutive passes against Arizona in the 44-21 drubbing. He also completed a pass to nine different receivers, and his touchdown passes went to four different pass-catchers.
Analyst Issues Strong Statement on Patrick Mahomes After Chiefs Victory | Heavy
“We’ve always believed we were going to go out there and put on a show,” Mahomes told reporters after the game, and they did. So much so that NFL pundits like ESPN’s Max Kellerman were praising him as the best quarterback in the league by far on September 12.
Chiefs Sign Winner of ‘Six-Man Kicker Derby’: Report | Heavy
The Chiefs are signing kicker Matt Ammendola to their practice squad, according to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero. Amendola won a kicking competition among six free agents in Kansas City on September 12 that included Cameron Dicker, Elliott Fry, Chase McLaughlin, Cody Parkey and Tristan Vizcaino, per Pelissero.
3 Kansas City Chiefs cornerback options following Trent McDuffie injury news | Sportsnaut
Already thin at cornerback following the departure of Charvarius Ward in free agency, Kansas City will be up against it without one of its top cornerbacks. Jaylen Watson or Joshua Williams will likely take over for McDuffie next to Rashad Fenton for the short term. But we also expect Kansas City to look at other options. Below, we provide you with three potential scenarios heading into Week 2.
Tuesday injury report for Chiefs vs. Chargers, Week 2 | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers released their second injury reports of the week on Tuesday. This was the first actual practice of the week for both teams after an injury report in estimation was provided on Monday.
Chiefs open as favorites over Chargers in Week 2 | Chiefswire
In back-to-back weeks, the Kansas City Chiefs will enter their game as favorites to win. This time it’s against their most competitive division rival, the Los Angeles Chargers.
Here’s the one thing the Chiefs must improve ahead of Week 2 vs. Chargers | Chiefswire
If the Kansas City Chiefs want to come away with a victory against one of their toughest division rivals, there is one thing they must improve upon in Week 2.
Brett Veach is a genius. What a draft!
A bit of Chiefs history. Nick Lowery kicks his first NFL Field Goal today
***Out Of State – Chiefs peeps***
The only way to watch Thursday Chiefs game, you MUST have Amazon Prime. Won’t be on NFL Network, ESPN, Fox, CBS or NBC.
How much will it cost to watch the game?
If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you already have access to Prime Video and “Thursday Night Football.” If not, you can sign up for a Prime membership at $139 a year or $14.99 a month, which provides Amazon customer benefits that include price discounts and free shipping. Amazon also offers Prime Video memberships for $8.99 a month.
You can also get a 30 day free trial, watch the game then cancel. That’s the route I’m taking.
BRETT FAVRE STEALING……..$1.1M…..of WELFARE $$$$
wow, on his text messages, that were just released
You have to be a COMPLETE PIECE OF SHIT……….TO STEAL $$$ from people that really need that $$$. And Brett Farve is saying, I’m not going to re-pay the $$$.
BTW: Brett conspired with this ex- governor of Mississippi on this BULL JIVE……..this is why I don’t get involved in politics…..I mean POLISHITS = it’s a waste of time!! **Mississippi is the poorest state**
I type this all the time……the system broke from your local neighborhood mayor to DC (aka: toothpaste is out of the tube)
wait … who?!?
well, ok … if you insist
Player of the Week
The MVP race – Dak Prescott and TJ Watt cut from the field. Injuries made the impact this week as well as the fact that the bottom ten either won or played reasonably well. Current last place (# 38) is Mac Jones. The biggest drop was Joe Brady Burrow – from 11 to 30.
Current Top Ten
1) Patrick Mahomes
2) Josh Allen
3) Tom Brady
4) Justin Herbert
5) Aaron Rodgers
6) Kirk Cousins
7) Jalen Hurts – biggest riser – 13 spots
8) Russell Wilson
9) Matt Ryan
10) Lamar Jackson
Commentary – Mahomes should have a nice lead but the pundits are going to look for every reason to put Allen above him. The current difference is that Allen had one really bad interception. Brady was average but gets the Tom Brady treatment. Herbert is the next Josh Allen. He will have to match Mahomes to stay in the top five this week. Rodgers gets the benefit of the doubt with a dubious performance with new receivers. Cousins and Hurts are dependent on the success of their respective teams. Wilson was not bad but did not impress at all. Ryan and Jackson maintain their positions, mostly due to the fact that the middle part of the field were rather shaky in week one. Tua and Mark Fields were the only winning quarterbacks from 11-19.
Think that was for Ups not Pam , but you be you…….
And a fine opinion it is
And I’d like to see your sorry ass come up with a list