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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs offense was the best in the league through the first five weeks of the season, but they did almost nothing in the first half of Week Six. Kansas City’s first possession ended when center Zach Fulton snapped the ball over Alex Smith‘s head and out of the end zone for a safety and [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Steelers were done in by five Ben Roethlisberger interceptions last weekend, but they haven’t had much call for Roethlisberger to throw the ball this weekend. Le’Veon Bell has run 12 times for 74 yards and capped the latest Steelers possession with four straight runs that included a three-yard sprint into the end zone. Bell’s [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs made wide receiver Albert Wilson a late addition to the injury report when they listed him as questionable with a knee injury on Saturday. They made him one of their inactives on Sunday afternoon. With Wilson out, the Chiefs will roll with Tyreek Hill, De’Anthony Thomas, Jehu Chesson, Demarcus Robinson and Marcus Kemp [more]
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By Mike Florio

Alex Smith has embraced the two-word phrase once uttered by Lee Corso on national television. Corso wasn’t fired for his on-air F-bomb. Smith, by embracing that mindset after the Chiefs drafted his eventual replacement, could delay his own termination (or trade) from Kansas City. Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star delves into the mindset [more]
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By Josh Alper

Week Six kicked off on Thursday with an Eagles win and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should be self-explanatory. Players [more]
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By Michael David Smith

Texans safety Marcus Gilchrist knocked Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce out of Sundays game, and now Gilchrist has been fined. The NFL fined Gilchrist $24,309 for the hit. Gilchrist told reporters in Houston that he plans to appeal and has never been fined before in his career. Kelce, the Chiefs leading receiver, was removed from [more]
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By Charean Williams

The Chiefs have gotten good news on the injury front: Linebacker Justin Houston, tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver Tyreek Hill are expected to play Sunday. Coach Andy Reid said Friday all three will play “barring any setbacks,” according to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star. That means Kelce has cleared concussion protocol. [more]
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