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By Michael David Smith

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn recognizes that his team’s playoff hopes are somewhere between slim and none after Monday night’s loss to the Chiefs. Lynn said after the game that the Chargers saw winning Monday night as the most important step toward getting back into the playoff race. Instead, they lost 24-17. “We talked all along [more] Read more…

By matthewschiefs

Well that was more stressful then it had to be. But a W is a W and the Chiefs managed to get the W today.

Lets start with that DEFENSE!!!!!!!!!!

For them this was a VERY encouraging game. Tonight we saw why the Chiefs made the move to bring in Frank Clark. WOW what an impact he made. Caused a couple of turnovers was getting all sorts of pressure on Rivers most the night. There is still stuff to work on but the D is going in the right direction. They are way ahead of where they were at this Read more…

By Charean Williams

The Chargers have dominated the Chiefs everywhere except on the scoreboard. Los Angeles gained 312 yards on 43 plays and got into Kansas City territory on five of six first-half possessions. The Chargers’ two red-zone possessions ended at the Kansas City 9 and 8 and resulted in Michael Badgley field goals of 27 and 26 [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Tyreek Hill‘s night lasted only six plays. The Chiefs list the receiver as questionable to return with a hamstring injury, but Hill is in the locker room. He had two targets and no catches before departing. Hill limped off after the Chiefs’ first series, and athletic trainers worked on his hamstring on a massage table. [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will have his left tackle for the first time since Week Two. Eric Fisher underwent sports hernia surgery Sept. 19. He returns tonight. Right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who injured his ankle in Week Eight against the Packers, also is active. The Chiefs’ inactives are defensive end Alex Okafor (ankle), tight end [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

The race for MVP seems to shift and change on a weekly basis. This week, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson officially has emerged as the favorite. Via David Purdhum of ESPN.com, Caesars Sportsbook has installed Jackson as the 7-5 favorite to win the award. On Sunday, Jackson and the Ravens trounced Deshaun Watson and the Texans, [more] Read more…