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By Mike Florio

The man who has never received an MVP vote remains the favorite for MVP. According to PointsBet, the NBC Sports official betting partner, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson continues to represent the best bet for MVP, at -110. (Bet $110 to win $100.) Wilson has stayed in the top spot despite his team’s first loss of [more] Read more…

By jason1981

he was the I thinkb20th overall pick 3 years ago by the giants. not sure if he played under spags or not. Panthers cut him cuz of his play. my only question being a 10th over all pick he has to have some skills. so I’m wondering if he might be better suited to a certain system then others. I dont know if giants, Orleans or panthers have similar style of defense but if not would it be good to see if Eli could work our in a spags defensive system? again even if its for 1 year Read more…

By Michael David Smith

For the second consecutive week, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes didn’t put up big numbers. And for the second consecutive week, he didn’t have to. Mahomes completed 15 of 23 passes for 200 yards, with one touchdown and no interceptions, as the Chiefs relied more on their defense and special teams to get a 43-16 win [more] Read more…

By matthewschiefs

Make that 10 straight wins against Denver. Man that feels good to type

This was a weird blow out. For much of that game it felt like the Chiefs should be up far more then what they were. Kind of frustrating at times yet they were pulling away.

Another weird thing about this game is how little the Chiefs had the ball. Yet their lead kept getting bigger and bigger. A pick 6 and a kick return will do that. When you can score with your D and ST if you get anything at all from the offense then chances Read more…

By Michael David Smith

Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay will miss the rest of today’s game against the Chiefs with a concussion. The Broncos confirmed early in the third quarter that Lindsay would not return. Lindsay had been playing well before he suffered the injury, with nine carries for 79 yards. Lindsay’s running had been one of the few [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

The Broncos officially activated cornerback A.J. Bouye and defensive ends Dre’Mont Jones and DeMarcus Walker from injured reserve to their active roster, the team announced Saturday. The Broncos released cornerback De’Vante Bausby in a corresponding roster move. Denver had two open spots on its active roster. Denver placed Bouye on IR after he injured a [more] Read more…

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