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By matthewschiefs

Like last week Andy Reid NEVER LEARNS.

Yet another example of the pass happy playbook. Mccoy was averaging over 5 YPC. Yet Andy refused to try to run the ball. And just kept chucking the ball downfield when it wasn’t working. But the stubborn guy just won’t do anything different.

The Defense was worse then last week for sure How the hell do you have 4 or 5 guys around a guy and he is carrying you for 3 or 4 more yards. Learn to tackle. Good lord how much longer are we going to see this crap.

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By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs got a playmaker back, but they’re still well short of 100 percent. Now, they have a losing streak to show for it. The Texans escaped Kansas City with a 31-24 win, scoring 20 unanswered after an early deficit, and salting the game away late. That’s the second straight home loss for the Chiefs, [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Texans rookie offensive tackle Tytus Howard was rolled from behind early in the third quarter. It left him rolling on the field in pain. Howard was carted off with an injury to his left knee on a 1-yard run by Carlos Hyde only 27 seconds into the second half. He is doubtful to return. Roderick [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

Not all the Chiefs turnovers were necessarily their fault. But they gave another one away, and the Chiefs have a halftime lead. Taking advantage of a strip-sack-fumble deep in Chiefs territory, the Texans just took a 23-17 lead at halftime. One play after collecting the fumble, Deshaun Watson scampered in on his own for the [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

It didn’t take long for the Chiefs to realize how much they missed Tyreek Hill. The Chiefs wideout just went over the top of a pair of Texans defenders for a 46-yard touchdown reception, giving his team a quick 7-0 lead. Hill has missed the last four games with a clavicle injury, and the Chiefs [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

As the NFL’s 100th season continues to unfold, the anniversary of a significant milestone passed just four days ago. On October 9, 2000, the Bucs and Vikings met on Monday Night Football. It was the first game ever played between two teams with African-American coaches (Tony Dungy and Dennis Green) and African-American quarterbacks (Shaun King [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of kickoff. Bengals at Ravens Bengals: T Cordy Glenn, T Andre Smith, DE Carlos Dunlap, DT Ryan Glasgow, [more] Read more…