NFL oddsmakers are seeing red as they turn the page towards the 2020 season, listing the Chiefs as the Super Bowl LV favorites
Patrick Mahomes already has a Super Bowl ring and Super Bowl MVP. Yes, it's a historically quick journey to the top of the NFL mountain for the Chiefs quarterback.
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Chiefs score three touchdowns in fourth quarter, win first Super Bowl in 50 years in 31-20 win over 49ers
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have officially arrived. They're Super Bowl champions for the first time in 50 years after a 31-20 win over the 49ers.
How many people are expecting Patrick Mahomes to falter in the Super Bowl? The answer is not many, which means a failure will be far more damning for a player now universally regarded as the best in the NFL.
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com It's been quite the year for Mike Pennel. The defensive tackle signed a two-year deal with the Patriots on the first day of free agency last season and was penciled into a starting role on their defensive line. Fast forward to training camp, and Pennel struggled to stay on the field.…
Tom Brady's childhood idol has weighed in on his pending historical free agency.
Dolloff: Patrick Mahomes has a target on his back and it appears that Chiefs Kingdom can't take the heat
Patrick Mahomes is going to be everyone's new favorite target when it comes to hot takes. Chiefs fans are going to have to get used to it.
For the first time in four years, it’s actually a question who the Patriots players think will win the Super Bowl. There’s still a week and a half for predictions to roll in, but Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore gave his take to reporters at Wednesday afternoon’s Pro Bowl practice
It'll be the 49ers against the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV.
No rest day for the Patriots. Not out of the gate, anyway.
On offense, especially, New England has had far too many fundamental breakdowns this year, the result of which has been uncharacteristically poor play, particularly in the red zone. That flaw – along with some bad officiating – helped do them in Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Package Report: N'Keal Harry makes things happen in Patriots' red zone package (again) vs. Chiefs
The Patriots only used N'Keal Harry on two offensive snaps against the Chiefs, but he made one of them count. Why isn't he being used in the red zone more?
The officiating mistake that stood out in the Patriots' loss to the Chiefs is the missed touchdown call on N'Keal Harry. But the only reason that missed call was a problem in the first place was because Jerome Boger's crew made an even worse mistake before that.
Jerome Boger and his officiating crew made a horrendous non-call on what should've been a touchdown for N'Keal Harry. Here is Boger's explanation.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a heavy wrap on his elbow, but he says he'll be there next Sunday.
Chiefs build halftime lead and never look back, Patriots come up short for second straight loss, 23-16
The Chiefs built a 13-point lead at halftime and the Patriots didn't quite have enough to come back in a 23-16 loss to Kansas City.
Chiefs' gear reportedly sent to New Jersey by mistake, being rushed to Foxboro for game vs. Patriots
A new report by Adam Schefter says the Chiefs' gear for the Patriots game was sent to New Jersey by mistake and has to be rushed to Foxboro.
The Patriots and Chiefs have played five times since Reid took over the Chiefs, and while the Patriots are 3-2 in those games, Kansas City has scored an average of 34.8 points per game that has made the New England defense look like the French army. And with Patrick Mahomes at quarterback, Kansas City has scored 71 points in the last two games against the Patriots, including 40 in Foxboro last year.
The Patriots defense may force the Chiefs to use other weapons besides Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce. That's when they could turn to a longtime New England nemesis.
The Patriots are missing key pieces in all three phases of the game at their latest practice in Foxboro, with the lack of a kicker chief among the absent.
Upon closer inspection, one can’t help but wonder if the Patriots defense is a little overrated. Against Baltimore and Houston, the Pats allowed 65 points while opponents went a combined 12-for-22 on third and fourth downs – a whopping 55 percent. Kansas City steps up to bat this week - in Foxboro.
Even on a bye week, things are looking good for the New England Patriots.
Mahomes reportedly avoided ligament damage after dislocating his knee Thursday night against the Broncos.