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By matthewschiefs

Sometimes in sports motivation plays a big role.

As I stated early in the week I feared that would be the case in this game and it was.

While JJ and Hopkins were making plays. Maclin was dropping balls. The Line was allowing guys to come unblocked and Alex wasn’t nearly at his best. And that’s the story of this game. The Texans wanted it more and they took it.

There is some good news of course.

The defense was much better than they were a week ago. They kept the Chiefs in the game by a thread to the Read more…

By Frankenchief

Not in any particular order:

1- We walked into a hornets’ nest. Is anyone surprised? These guys were swept, and embarrassed by us in the playoffs last year. They had this game marked on the calendar.

2- A good indication of the above was their D. Historically Romeo’s defensive philosophy has been bend-but-don’t-break. Today they were aggressive, swarming, and especially attacking the ball. BTW, they have very very good players on D. JJ Watt was his old self, but beside him there are a couple of them who would nicely fill our holes in our D to make us a Super Bowl Read more…

By Mike Florio

Braxton Miller’s transition to receiver will be delayed, at least for a while. Miller, a rookie third-rounder from Ohio State, has exited Sunday’s game against the Chiefs with a hamstring injury. He is done for the day. The question is whether he’ll be done beyond today, especially with the Texans facing the Patriots on Thursday…
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By Mike Florio

The good news for the Chiefs is that the don’t trail the Texans by 21. The bad news is that it’s still a double-digit deficit for Kansas City, as they trail 13-3 at the half. The lone touchdown came from the Texans, on a 27-yard pass from quarterback Brock Osweiler to receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Another…
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By Mike Florio

Every year, several plays stand out as controversial applications of the catch rule. One of them came out on Sunday in Houston. Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris caught the ball, took multiple steps, but then had the ball knocked out of his hands as he was going to the ground. The ruling on the field…
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By Mike Florio

The Houston Texans’ 2015 season ended like it started: With home losses to the Chiefs. The second game of 2016 could drop the Texans to 0-3 at home against the Chiefs. The Texans have struck first, with a 27-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brock Osweiler to receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters was called…
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By Josh Alper

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back often to see the full list as it becomes available. 49ers at Panthers 49ers: T Anthony Davis, QB Christian Ponder, DT Taylor Hart, T John Theus, CB Marcus Cromartie, RB DuJuan Harris, DT…
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