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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs Defense ended the 2019 season allowing 11.5 points per game over their final six contests and safety Tyrann Mathieu said in August that he expected the unit to pick up where they left off this season. For most of Thursday night’s opener against the Texans, it looked like Mathieu got what he wanted. [more] Read more…

By Michael David Smith

Texans coach Bill O’Brien was not pleased with the beatdown his team took in Kansas City to start the 2020 NFL season on Thursday night. O’Brien said after the game that the Texans’ performance was disappointing and needs to be better. “There’s a lot to fix,” O’Brien said, via the Houston Chronicle. “We have a [more] Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Texans seemed determined to try to keep the Chiefs from going deep. So Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes did what they have proven to be able to do so well — they adjusted. Content to work underneath passes and chip away a little at a time, the Chiefs managed an efficient 34-20 win over [more] Read more…

By matthewschiefs

Another year of football has started and if there’s any year we have earned that it’s 2020

Man how awesome was it to see our Chiefs hang a championship banner!

Offense. It’s early but it’s really looking like they got a steal with the 32nd pick of the draft. And that’s going to cause DCs all over the NFL even more scared of the Chiefs offense. Mahomes looked like they guy we all remember. This offense is just so deep You can shut a guy or two down but you can’t shut them all down.

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By Mike Florio

Before Thursday night’s NFL season opener, and after the national anthem played, the two teams gathered at midfield for a “moment of unity.” Audible booing could be heard from the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium. Texans defensive end J.J. Watt expressed confusion over the reaction after the games. “The moment of unity I personally thought was [more] Read more…

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