The Chiefs (8-4) travel to England this Sunday to take on the current number two seed Patriots (10-2) in an AFC showdown that the league has been looking forward to ever since the AFC Championship last season. Both teams come into this match-up with different outcomes from the previous week. The Chiefs won their second game in a row dominating the Raiders 40-9 while the Patriots come off a poor performance against the Texans losing 28-22.
Raiders vs Chiefs: Can the Chiefs Defense Stop the Raiders Run Game & Solidify Their Position as First in the West?
One of the biggest rivalries in NFL history takes place this Sunday at 3:25 CST between the Raiders (6-5) and the Chiefs (7-4) in Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs come into this game coming off a bye week where they were able to get extra rest, while the Raiders come off an embarrassing performance in New York against the Jets to the tune of 34-3.
The Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) got themselves back into the win column this week with their victory over the Los Angeles Chargers (4-7) with a score of 24-17. Most would believe that this game was going to be a high scoring affair with Patrick Mahomes and the legion of zoom going against Phillip Rivers and his offense in Mexico City.
The reigning MVP of the National Football League had already been dealing with a left ankle injury the whole season. Tonight on a 4th and 1, QB sneak play Patrick Mahomes injured his right knee. Something you rarely every see on a sneak play.
The Kansas City Chiefs have one of the most potent and powerful offenses in the entire National Football League. Week in and Week out we know they will put up points and have great fantasy football finishes. When you own Chiefs wide receivers they will have their massive boom games, but they will also have extreme bust games. In this article we will discuss why you cannot and should not trust Chiefs wide receivers in fantasy football. This is not me saying drop them, or bench them every week, this is me saying if you’re looking for a consistent play or someone you can put in your flex with confidence, it is not Chiefs wide receivers.
Heading into week 3 if you have a Chief running back you are probably tearing your hair out right now. With injuries to Damien Williams and LeSean McCoy a player that has been written off for dead in fantasy football for 2019, Darwin Thompson could be a really solid week 3 start.
Week 1 of the 2019 fantasy football season almost in the books we will discuss 3 of my takeaways from Sunday’s games and how it applies to fantasy football moving forward. As happens in every season a lot of overreactions happen after week 1. This article will not be an overreaction piece but instead things to think about and build into your strategy moving forward.
The Saturday before week 1 is always crazy and some big named player gets cut. This year is was LeSean McCoy. McCoy was cut from the Buffalo Bills which was something I have been saying all offseason. I will admit I thought he would go to either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Houston Texans. McCoy ended up signing a 1 year deal $3 million guaranteed with the Kansas City Chiefs…
Trades happen every single year in the NFL. In this article we will analyse 5 potential trades that could happen before the trade deadline and really shake up the league…
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tyreek Hill has been cleared to report to Chiefs training camp next week after the NFL said Friday it would not suspend the star wide receiver under its personal conduct policy after a domestic violence case involving his 3-year-old son…
Coming into the 2019 NFL season, most teams have a pretty good idea of which players are going to have a big impact for them. However, each team has at least one player that has the potential to dominate and lead the team to victory, but also the potential to flounder. In this series each of these players will be evaluated by division, and I will give my assessment for whether they will be boom or bust compared to the expectations for 2019.
In this series of articles I will go division by division talking about each team’s defense and ranking them in the last article. What makes me qualified? Well, I did take a defense as my first round pick one year. To be fair, it was my first year actually playing fantasy. Also, in my first year of fantasy it should be known that 9 DSTs averaged at least 10 fantasy points a game as compared to last season where the Bears were the only squad to do so (and by a considerable margin). In the last article we discussed the NFC West and in this article we will discuss the AFC West.