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PostPosted: 09 Jan 2020 07:11:59    Post subject:  Saunders white jersey[/url] , a full year as starti
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Here’s how all 16 games stack up for the highly-anticipated 2019 season."The 2019 NFL schedule is out and now it’s time to really let the excitement for the Kansas City Chiefs’ upcoming season begin. With some unfinished business from 2018
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, a full year as starting quarterback under MVPat’s belt and a much-needed new look on defense, there’s a lot to look forward to.Let’s rank all 16 games of the regular season.16. Chiefs at Titans — Week 10The 2017 playoff loss from that frightful January night against the Titans at Arrowhead is now in the past. That was pre-Mahomes. This is post-Mahomes. And this game is looking like the most lackluster on the schedule because the Chiefs will likely have it won before halftime — which is still as good excuse as any to make a trip to Nashvegas out of it. 15. Vikings at Chiefs — Week 9Even the offseason changes to the Vikings offensive coaching staff won’t be able to help Kirk Cousins out-quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Minnesota hasn’t won at Arrowhead since 1974, and should they be anything like they were last season, this year won’t be much different. 14. Chiefs at Lions — Week 4A road game sandwiched in between two home games — after opening the season on the road in Week 1 and Week 2 — could pose a challenge.But the Chiefs are just too hot offensively and should pounce on Detroit with no difficulty. 13. Texans at Chiefs — Week 6Tyrann Mathieu — a crucial new piece in the Chiefs secondary — will be going up against his former team for the first time as a Chief. As we’ve seen from his Twitter activity, Mathieu has no shortage of personality, and I’m excited to see how that plays out in this situation. And Deshaun Watson against Mahomes is going to be another great young quarterback matchup. 12. Broncos at Chiefs— Week 15After getting a primetime taste of new quarterback Joe Flacco and the Broncos on the road in Week 7, the Chiefs will play host at Arrowhead in Week 15. I don’t know about you, but the Broncos-Chiefs game at Arrowhead last year was one of my favorites — not only because the Chiefs won, but because of the energy all around the tailgate and in the stadium. Expect it to be even bigger this time around. 11. Chargers at Chiefs — Week 17Should the season go as planned — with the Chiefs dominating the AFC and AFC West like they did last year — there shouldn’t be any heavy playoff implications falling on this game.Hopefully, this will be a nice little postseason appetizer to get the Chiefs ready for when it matters most. 10. Raiders at Chiefs — Week 13It’s always a party when Oakland comes to town, and given all of the changes that the Raiders have undergone, this year will be even more interesting. How those changes play out will be more evident as the season goes on — especially in Week 13. 9. Ravens at Chiefs— Week 3After taking over for the injured Joe Flacco as starting quarterback in Week 10 last year, Lamar Jackson proved to the Ravens — and the entire league — that he could play. His dangerous running game and continued growth as a passer — coupled with the addition of standout running back Mark Ingram — could make this first regular season home game an interesting one. My ears are already ringing from how loud Arrowhead will be. 8. Chiefs at Jaguars— Week 1There’s just something about Week 1 magic that can’t be denied. We’ve heard how excited the Chiefs players are to get back to it and this game will bring all the work and preparation to fruition in sunny Jacksonville, Florida. And Chiefs-turned-Jaguars Nick Foles and Chris Conley will add a unique element to this game. 7. Colts at Chiefs — Week 5Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck says he is amid the “probably best offseason he’s ever had
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,” and is feeling healthier than ever. Should he remain healthy through the opening weeks of the season, this will be an exciting primetime matchup for the Chiefs at Arrowhead — not to mention that the Colts will be looking to get back at Kansas City for knocking them out of the postseason on the field where it all went down in the snow of January. 6.Chiefs at Raiders — Week 2An AFC West rivalry so good that it puts this matchup at the top of Chiefs fans’ lists season after season — no matter how well (or downright terribly) the other team is playing. The Raiders were the latter last season, but will some big offseason moves take them from zero to hero? Will the addition of Antonio Brown be a nightmare for new Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s defense? We’ll find out when the Chiefs go back to The Black Hole in September. 5. Chiefs at Broncos — Week 7Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs rose to the occasion in their exciting primetime road game against Denver last season, and I don’t anticipate things to go much differently in this primetime showdown. Last year’s game against Denver was also where Mahomes threw the ball left-handed to complete a pass to Tyreek Hill and keep the play alive while the Chiefs trailed by three. 4. Chiefs at Bears — Week 16Da Chiefs. In Da Windy City. During one of Da coldest months of the year. Taking on Da Bears and Da former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy. Chicago has talent — on staff and on the field — that runs as deep as the city’s famous deep dish pizza, which will give Kansas City a big end-of-season challenge. This will be a fun game that will feature two great quarterbacks, two great coaches and — hopefully — two great defenses.3. Chiefs at Chargers (Mexico) — Week 11The second time is the charm? Righting the wrongs of the 2018 International Series debacle, the Chiefs and Chargers will try to make the Mexico City thing work (unless Shakira has something to sing say about it). Regardless of location, this game will be an exciting — and critical — AFC West matchup. 2. Packers at Chiefs — Week 8What happens when arguably the most talented quarterback in the league goes head-to-head with the 23-year-old quarterback poised to take his place — if he hasn’t already? We’ll find out in primetime on October 27th when Mahomes plays host to Green Bay’s Aaron Rogers. This matchup will be yet another test for Mahomes — and I cannot freakin’ wait! Bring on the cheeseheads and new head coach Matt LaFleur! 1.Chiefs at Patriots — Week 14A rematch for the ages in Foxborough, Massachusetts. After two exciting games between these teams last season, there’s no telling what could happen — especially when you factor in all of the changes these teams have undergone. What difference will Mahomes being another year wiser make? How significant is the loss of Rob Gronkowski? Can a reimagined Chiefs defense get the job done, or will the ghost of Bob Sutton remain? So many questions will be answered on December 8th.Drop your rankings in the comments below!Patrick Mahomes Week 5 film review: something good and something bad This is part one of a three-part weekly film analysis on the performance of Patrick Mahomes.Two Mondays ago, we saw Patrick Mahomes’ first comeback on Monday Night Football, in his fifth career start, on the road against a divisional opponent. The post-game buzz in the city was nothing like we’ve seen. The kid continues to one up himself
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, convince everyone this isn’t a fluke and put the league on notice. Although still plenty of great moments for the young quarterback showed up on tape, the home win against the Jaguars was not the same kind of performance that we’ve seen from him. But something more important was revealed in that game: the Chiefs fully took on Mahomes’ energy, confidence and personality.Mahomes has been the guy for five wins to start the 2019 campaign, but Sunday felt different throughout the rest of the team. Mahomes’ fearlessness was prevalent on both sides of the ball. No one was scared of the bullies, and both sides of the ball played like it. Mahomes wanted to scrap, and the rest of the team wanted to scrap with him. He was more demonstrative and active after the whistle and from the sidelines, and his team and the crowd fed off of it.After seeing the response this week, Monday Night Football seemed to be a galvanizing moment for this organization. Mahomes proved himself on the biggest stage, and now the rest of the team fully believes. He checked a lot of the remaining boxes. In a production business, he produced in the biggest way. The feel of the team yesterday shifted from, “He’s talented and playing great ball,” to “He’s it and can take us to February.”Everyone looks completely bought in. The entire team played like they knew they had the guy. The buzz didn’t die with the fans. The organization has shifted. Monday Night Football may prove to have been an exorcism. There will be a few losses this season, but belief isn’t going to die because of them. This team is playing like it knows it has one of the best quarterbacks in the game.Something goodYou knew we had to talk about this play, right?The Chiefs are lined up in a closed formation into the boundary that they used frequently against the Jaguars. Tyreek Hill is lined up to the field against Jalen Ramsey
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, who had kept Hill relatively quiet through the first three quarters of the game. The Jaguars are playing with a single-high safety.Based on alignment, where they are on the field and Ramsey in press, this is the kind of situation where taking a shot to Hill makes a ton of sense. The opportunity was correctly identified by Mahomes. He does a great job holding the middle-field safety with his eyes before going to Hill late. There’s a lot of trust built up with Mahomes and his weapons.Mahomes delivers a great ball, up and down with timing, touch and anticipation. He dropped it right into Hill, who didn’t have to adjust at all to the ball and came close to finishing it for six. Hill had been wearing down Ramsey during the game, and the timing to execute this play was perfect.BONUS GOODI wanted to make sure to give this play some attention too.You’re taking your fullback 15 yards down the field on third-and-1!? Pat, you savage. It was the smart decision. The Chiefs have been using these play-side rolls off of the run action a lot recently and primarily have hit the running back in the flat. Mahomes doesn’t like the look to Spencer Ware in the flat (he probably gets the first down), and gets off him quick. With a free rusher in his face, Mahomes elects to hit his fullback (TE3!?) running a corner route (!!!). It was a quick decision, showed a lot of trust and a great ball. First down en route to another opening drive score.Something badMahomes tried a little too hard a few times this week. It’s third down inside the 10-yard line in the second quarter. The Chiefs line up in an empty formation. He has time to work through the plan initially and does a good job hanging in there to see it out. He feels pressure front side and starts an escape left. With a linebacker closing, Mahomes tries to get depth to escape, resulting in a sack and a loss of 15.The Chiefs were forced to kick a 42-yard field goal after being just nine away from scoring. Not exactly a chip shot in the rain. Speaking of rain a situation like this, where your footing won’t be perfect
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, against one of the best defenses in football, already up, is not the time to try so hard to create. Throw it to De’Anthony Thomas and give him a chance or flip it near him for an incomplete pass.Mahomes isn’t going to make that mistake again. As the games start to matter more, these kind of things can’t happen. I’m sure he knows that now. Yes, he’s uniquely capable of extending and making plays others can’t, but situation should always be taken into consideration as well. Quarterback anecdoteEvery week, I add a quick note about something I’ve picked up about the quarterback position through my time learning and playing the game.Quarterbacks get prepared for the elements long before they have to play in them. Coaches love practices in the rain during training camp to get teams ready for unpredictable conditions. If the forecast is not letting a coach get enough looks in adverse weather during camp, some teams will drench footballs in water and make you play in team periods with them. For a small school like where I was at, that meant using balls that were 15-plus years old with the laces about off of them. It didn’t go well.
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