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    The Kansas City Chiefs (4-2)



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    Weather forecast: No weather. It's in a dome!

    Line: Chiefs -3, Over/Under: 50

    Against the Spread:
    Chiefs are 2-4 Overall, 1-2 as the Favorite and 1-2 at Away
    Colts are 3-3-1 Overall, 1-2-1 as the Underdog and 2-1 at Home

    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:
    "[Brees avoiding Marcus Peters last Sunday is] a respect thing for Marcus... Listen, the main thing is that you keep working, and working, and working and working at your game, and he’s willing to do that. Then, the other guys have to know that they’re going to get some action, and that’s okay. We’ve got good players there.”--Chiefs Head coach Andy Reid

    Colts: "People are running the football at us. They are running the football at us in defenses that they really shouldn’t be able to. So what we’re seeing is we’re seeing guys press a little bit. We’re seeing guys that think they have to play their gap and a half of another one.”-- Colts Defensive Co-ordinator Ted Monachino

    Injury Report:

    Jamaal Charles RB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Jordan Devey G Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    David White CB Hand Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Mitchell Schwartz T Ankle Full Participation in Practice Questionable

    Dwayne Allen TE Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Henry Anderson DT Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Kendall Langford DE Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Curt Maggitt LB Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Jack Mewhort G Tricep Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Chester Rogers WR Hamstring Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Donte Moncrief WR Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Questionable
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    Depth Charts:

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    This blows 15 minutes from Lucas Oil and can't even be their

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    Chiefs vs. Colts: Game Preview
    From Chiefs.com

    Posted Oct 29, 2016

    Pete Sweeney
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    The Chiefs head to Indianapolis looking for three wins in a row

    When the Kansas City Chiefs (4-2) last played the Indianapolis Colts (3-4) at Lucas Oil Stadium, circumstances were very different.

    Andy Reid and John Dorsey were in their first year with the organization, and the Chiefs had clinched a playoff berth for the first time in three years. What followed was the Wild Card round in Indianapolis, in which the Chiefs lost to the Colts, 45-44.

    On Sunday, the Chiefs will return to the site of that playoff loss, but as is such with the National Football League, there is no looking back.

    “I remember the outcome and being pretty disappointed with the way the game turned out,” quarterback Alex Smith said. “It was a long time ago though too. When you start thinking about it, one year is a long time in the NFL, let alone a couple of years. A lot has changed since then.”

    Smith is right.

    Jeremy Maclin and Spencer Ware weren’t on the team for that game, and Travis Kelce was inactive due to injury. Now all three are household names.

    Ware, in particular, is on pace for the best season of his career.

    “Ware [is] coming in and he’s top five in three different categories in the National Football League as far as rushing and yards from scrimmage and receiving yards, running really hard,” Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said this week. “The offensive line is excellent. They’re playing really good winning football.”

    With running back Jamaal Charles ruled out for the game due to complications with his surgically repaired knee, Ware will be of even greater importance to Kansas City’s chances Sunday. Starting right tackle Mitch Schwartz is questionable.

    On the Colts side of things, their best player is QB Andrew Luck, and he’s already off to one of the best starts of his five-year career.



    “I think Andrew [Luck] has improved, which from our game (in 2013) would be hard to believe, but he really has,” Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said. “He’s just a better quarterback than what he was, which I think is a tribute to his work ethic and his talent. He’s been an outstanding quarterback since the day that he’s come in. I just think he looks in complete command of the offense out there. He’s making great decisions and protecting the ball. He’s doing the things that all of the elite guys do.”

    Luck has targeted wide receiver T.Y. Hilton 76 times this season, which shares a tie for the league lead in the category. Hilton has a team-leading 45 receptions for 689 yards receiving and four touchdowns. Tight end Jack Doyle also has four touchdowns and is a player to watch.

    WR Donte Moncrief, who has been out since Week 2 due to a shoulder injury, is officially listed as questionable and could provide a boost to the Colts lineup with his return.

    In the run game, the 33-year-old Frank Gore continues to turn back the clock. His yards per carry statistic is up to 4.2 after finishing last season at 3.7.

    “He’s a warrior, that one,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said this week. “Tough guy. Runs hard, a physical runner, and to last as long as he has is a tribute, probably, to his offseason work program and how he goes about the game. I think once you get to know him a little bit, he’s a kid that loves to play. He’s kept himself in good shape.”

    The Colts offense will be without offensive lineman Jack Mewhort for the second game in a row on Sunday.

    Defending Luck and company will be up to a Chiefs defense without cornerback D.J. White, who had surgery on his hand this past week. The Chiefs were already missing defensive lineman Allen Bailey (shoulder) and linebacker Justin March (hand) last game, but Chris Jones and Ramik Wilson did a nice job filling in.

    Wilson got the call up to play the Saints last week after spending time with the practice squad early in the season.

    “It was just a big wakeup call,” Wilson said of his brief time down. “I had a whole bunch of mixed emotions, but it’s part of the game, so I went back to work. I hit the weight room five times a week, I was doing extra running, I was in the film room more with coach Mark (De Leone) and I was just waiting on my second chance, my second opportunity and I made the most of it.”

    Wilson had eight tackles (five solo) in the 27-21 victory.

    “I thought he did a really good job for his first game this season,” Sutton said. “Good job with the communication and no major busts or anything like that, which sometimes happens when you haven’t played in a while. I think everybody was pretty pleased with his performance. He’s got a ways to go, obviously, like most of our guys. I thought for the first time out, pretty good showing.”

    On defense, the Colts rank 28th in the league based upon yards per game (399.7). They rank 25th in yards passing allowed per game (281.1) and yards rushing allowed per game (118.6). The Colts have allowed 28.6 points per game, which is the No. 28 mark in the league.

    Defensive linemen Henry Anderson and Kendall Langford, among others, are not expected to play.

    The Chiefs are looking to win their third consecutive game, while the Colts are looking to put two wins together for the first time this season.

    Three years ago, the season ended in Indianapolis, but that wasn’t this Chiefs team.

    This Chiefs team hopes its trip to Indianapolis serves as a springboard for what’s to come.
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    Game Preview from ESPN.com

    Chiefs' memories of Indy anything but fond

    The Kansas City Chiefs have never cared much for road trips to Indianapolis like the one they'll take Sunday to face the Colts.

    As a visitor, Kansas City stands 1-6 in regular and postseason games played in Indy. The Chiefs lost games there in the 2006 and 2013 playoffs.

    It's that last loss in January 2014 that left a very deep bruise on the Chiefs' psyche. Kansas City led by 28 points with 28 minutes to play, but Colts quarterback Andrew Luck led one of the biggest comebacks in NFL postseason history and Indy grabbed a 45-44 victory.

    That was the last time these teams met each other and typical of the not-for-long NFL, only a handful of players who appeared in that game with a chance to play Sunday: 17 in all, led by the team's starting quarterbacks Luck and Kansas City's Alex Smith.

    "I obviously remember the outcome and being pretty disappointed," said Smith, who threw for 378 yards and four touchdowns in that game. "It was a long time ago, though. When you start thinking about it, one year is a long time in the NFL, let alone a couple of years. A lot has changed since then, so it's hard to even look at that tape."

    Turns out it's not even a subject that has been broached by coach Chuck Pagano to his 2016 Colts.

    "Every year is different, every team is different," Pagano said. "There's a lot of turnover in this league. They're great for memories, but they don't really have any significance on anything other than again playing it one play at a time."

    The 4-2 Chiefs come into the meeting on a two-game winning streak after beating Oakland and New Orleans. The offense and defense have been inconsistent for coach Andy Reid, but when they've been on their game, they can compete with any team in the league.

    "The focus for me is on the Chiefs' defense this year and it's really good group that leads the way in takeaways," Luck said. "(Marcus) Peters is a premier corner in this league; he's leading the league in interceptions and it's a very opportunistic defense and we have to be on our p's and q's."

    The Chiefs are looking for consistency across the board in the journey to their goals. They found that last year when they finished the regular season with 10 straight victories.

    "You have to be disciplined about how you go about your business and the details," Smith said, "especially when you get to the meat of the season. You need to have the sense of urgency to stay short-sighted and not look too far down the line. Sometimes it's tedious, but it's making sure you get all of those things done."

    The Colts are 3-4 and coming off a victory last Sunday over Tennessee. Luck has thrown the ball well, despite being sacked a league-high 25 times. Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton ranks among the NFL's best catchers with 45 recepetions for 689 yards and four touchdowns. Veteran running back Frank Gore remains productive at 33 years old and is tied for ninth in the league with 495 rushing yards on 117 carries.

    "He's a warrior, that one," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said of Gore. "He's a tough guy, a physical runner and to last as long as he has is a tribute, probably, to his offseason work program and how he goes about the game. He's a kid that loves to play and he's kept himself in good shape."

    Indianapolis hopes to have wide receiver Donte Moncrief back to face the Chiefs. He has missed the last five games with a shoulder injury. Moncrief returned to practice this week.

    But it is Luck that makes the Colts go.

    "He's playing well ... making great decisions," Pagano said. "He's taking what the defense is giving him. He's spreading the ball around, hitting the check-downs, extending plays when he has to extend plays and finding guys down the field. He is preparing extremely well like he always has. He is playing at a high level right now."
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    Chiefs game plan: Scouting the Indianapolis Colts (3-4)
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    The Chiefs and NFL by beat writer Terez Paylor

    SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 9:40 AM

    The Scheme

    Coach: Chuck Pagano (44-27) is in his fifth year as an NFL head coach, all with the Colts. Pagano, 56, led the Colts to three consecutive 11-5 seasons from 2012 to 2014, with the high-water mark being their appearance in the 2014 AFC Championship Game, which they lost to the Denver Broncos. Pagano has a reputation as a good motivator with a defensive pedigree. He served as the Baltimore Ravens’ defensive coordinator in 2011 and guided a unit that finished third in the NFL in total defense, second against the run and fourth against the pass.

    Offense: Rob Chudzinski, 48, is in his first full year as Pagano’s offensive coordinator in Indianapolis. Chudzinski, who was the head coach of the Cleveland Browns in 2013, is in his third NFL stint as an offensive coordinator. The Colts currently rank seventh in passing and 22nd in rushing. The Colts have gone shotgun on approximately 43 percent of their offensive plays this season and are primarily a three-wide team, though they’ll mix in a healthy amount of two tight end sets.

    Defense: Ted Monachino, 50, is in his first year as Pagano’s defensive coordinator and his first overall as an NFL defensive coordinator. The Colts currently rank 25th in passing defense and 24th in rushing defense under the longtime Baltimore Ravens linebacker coach, but Pagano has some input. Prior to their 34-26 with over the Titans on Sunday, the Colts blitzed around 31 percent of the time, according to ESPN Stats and Information, which ranked ninth in the league. The Colts only rank 24th in the NFL with 11 sacks, but the Chiefs remain wary. “That’s Chuck’s forte,” Chiefs co-offensive coordinator Brad Childress said. “He knows what he can get done.”

    Special teams: Tom McMahon is in his fourth year as Pagano’s special teams coach and fifth overall as a lead NFL special teams coach (he spent 2012 in the role for the Chiefs). Kicker Adam Vinatieri, a potential Hall of Famer, is still rolling strong at 43 years old — he’s converted 43 straight field goals. Punter Pat McAfee has also impressed Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub with his ability to manipulate onside kicks. “He’s a magician with the ball,” Toub said. “They’ve kicked a number of surprise onside kicks over the years successfully so we have our work cut out for us. We’re going to have to have a plan for what he does.” McAfee is also a good punter. The Colts’ units rank around the middle of the pack when it comes to covering and returning kicks and punts.

    Four keys to a Chiefs victory

    1. Target the running backs


    Not only should the Chiefs pound the rock against the Colts’ defense — Indianapolis has surrendered at least 124 rushing yards in its last three games — they should throw to them, as well. The Colts’ linebackers struggle to tackle in space — as evidenced by this embarrassing catch-and-run touchdown by Houston’s Lamar Miller — and they’ve surrendered a four receiving touchdowns to running backs, the most in the league. That means Spencer Ware, and to a lesser extent Charcandrick West, should be poised for big days. Both are effective receivers out of the backfield — they’ve combined to catch 35 passes for 322 yards and a touchdown — so don’t be surprised if they’re routinely targeted on screens, angle routes and flat routes.

    2. Get Maclin and Kelce involved

    Over the past two weeks, No. 1 receiver Jeremy Maclin has caught seven passes for 89 yards on a mere eight targets while tight end Travis Kelce has caught five passes for 56 yards on a mere five targets. For two of the better players at their respective positions in the NFL, that’s not nearly enough. The Chiefs have been winning, which will curb any resentment, but both had visible moments of frustration during last week’s win over the Saints. The Colts’ defense is wobbly, so the Chiefs should be able to scheme up some ways to get the ball in their hands of their top pass catchers early. By the way, quarterback Alex Smith knows the two have been itching for more targets. “When you’re young, it’s really hard (to do that),” said Smith, 32. “But when you get older, you get better at balancing all that.”

    3. Run some games up front

    You can get home on this Colts offense. Indianapolis’ beleaguered offensive line has surrendered 25 sacks this season, the most in the NFL by far. Though the unit has been better in recent weeks, teams have had success running stunts, twists and games up front to test this young group’s overall cohesion and communication skills. Although the tackles are older — Anthony Castonzo is 28 while Joe Reitz is 31 — the interior is inexperienced. Rookie first-round center Ryan Kelly is living up to expectations, but the guards — Denzelle Good (25) and rookie Joe Haeg (23) — can be had. Getting home is of special importance because of the brilliance of quarterback Andrew Luck, which leads to the next objective, which is to ...

    4. Play tight coverage on the back end

    Luck is on pace to complete 64.9 percent of his passes for 4,741 yards, 32 touchdowns and only nine interceptions this season, despite all the pressure he’s facing on a week-to-week basis. He is an elite quarterback in his prime, which means he can throw receivers open. He’s going to make some ridiculous throws, but the Chiefs’ corners can’t make it easier for him; they must play tight coverage to give their rushers time. “He’s just a better quarterback than what he was, which I think is a tribute to his work ethic and his talent,” Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said. “He’s been an outstanding quarterback since the day that he’s come in. I just think he looks in complete command of the offense out there.”

    Four Colts to watch

    No. 12, QB Andrew Luck, 27 years old, 6-4, 230, fifth season


    Three-time Pro Bowler who is ranked No. 92 on the NFL’s Top 100 list for 2016, which is voted on by players. Smart player who generally makes good decisions, though he threw 12 interceptions in only seven games during an injury-plagued 2015 season in which he battled kidney and shoulder problems. Has good arm talent — can make all the throws — and is tough and courageous; he stands in the pocket and delivers the ball downfield in the face of constant pressure. Also a very good athlete; he’s rushed for 1,250 yards and 13 touchdowns in his career and is a little Ben Roethlisberger-esque in his ability to sense pressure and shrug off tacklers in the pocket. “Probably the thing that goes unnoticed about him is his speed,” Sutton said. “He’s such a big man, but he has – I’m telling you – outstanding speed. If you haven’t played him, and all of the sudden you get on the field and you go, ‘Oh, my goodness — I didn’t know he was this fast. There’s nothing that you don’t like about Andrew Luck.” Has thrown for 2,074 yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions this season.

    No. 13, WR T.Y. Hilton, 26 years old, 5-9, 180, fifth season

    Two-time Pro Bowler who has already caught 45 passes for 689 yards and four touchdowns and is on pace for a Pro Bowl season. He is dealing with a hip injury but remains a big-play threat with speed and elusiveness, ranking second in the NFL with 14 receptions for 20 yards or more. The Chiefs saw this first-hand in the 2014 wild-card game. His 64-yard touchdown on a post route ended up being the game-winner. Has consistently been Luck’s security-blanket; is fourth in the NFL in first-down receptions and has been the Colts’ most-targeted receiver for four years running. “Obviously, I think Andrew Luck has a lot of confidence in him, so he’s a dynamite guy,” Sutton said. “He’s another one of these guys that’s hard to cover. It’s going to be a great challenge for us. We’ve got to know where he’s at all the time. You have to try and keep him from getting one down the field on you.”

    No. 98, OLB Robert Mathis, 35 years old, 6-2, 245, 14th season


    Six-time Pro Bowler who is one of the last links to the Colts’ 2006 Super Bowl championship team. Has racked up 119 career sacks, which ranks 20th all-time, but doesn’t have the same juice he did as a youngster, of course. Teams have been able to run his way a bit, and he only has two quarterback hits and one sack through seven games while playing 60 percent of the snaps. To be fair, however, Mathis was battling an injured foot earlier in the season, and the Chiefs still respect his situational pass-rush ability. Their offensive tackles must stay on their toes, lest he surprise them with his famous finishing move. “He still has a great spin move that he can utilize inside,” Childress said.

    No. 21, CB Vontae Davis, 28 years old, 5-11, 207, eighth season

    Two-time Pro Bowler whose greatest strength is playing bump-and-run man-to-man coverage. “Not everybody can do that,” Childress said. Very good athlete with solid strength and quickness for the position, which he matches with good ball production — racked up eight interceptions and 35 passes defensed from 2014 to 2015. Typically does not shadow the opposing team’s best receiver, but he did it in a 26-23 overtime loss to the Houston Texans a few weeks ago. He was effective, too, snatching a ball away from DeAndre Hopkins for his sole interception of the season and limiting the Pro Bowler to a mere 7.9 yards per reception (nine catches, 71 yards). Has also recorded 16 tackles and four passes defensed this year and has earned the respect of the Chiefs. “He’s probably as good as you’re going to find in this league,” Childress said.

    Prediction: Colts 23-20

    The Chiefs are the better team on paper, and their offense is tailor-made to eviscerate a wobbly defense. But the Colts’ pass defense has been a little better recently, and an NFL season rarely unfolds by the book. Most teams have a surprising loss somewhere along the line, and everyone is picking the Chiefs to win a road game against one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, in the same stadium they experienced a devastating collapse three years ago. All that, plus a need, on general principle, to stand by my (on-point so far) preseason predictions — leads me to go with the upset. The Colts, however, will have to force a few turnovers to get it done.
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