You can always rely on Twitter to spark a bit of controversy, especially when players take to defending themselves. Khalen Saunders stepped up to take on the haters and wanted an explanation of why people think the “Chiefs have no pass rush” when they are 4th in sacks. Ok Khalen, I’ll see what I can… Continue reading Sack Nation?
I had the week off from the Twitter machine during the game this week. 6pm kick offs suck when you’ve a young family. Tommo took the reigns and a while into the game he tweeted this So, Tommo, this one’s for you. The Kadarius Toney Show I have to admit, I was underwhelmed when I… Continue reading Ridiculous Rushes and Improbable Completions – Week 10
Well, that was a strange game, wasn’t it? To use a proper footballing cliche, it was a game of two halves. I could write about the Chiefs offence. Is it broken? Having Mahomes throw 68 times a game just isn’t sustainable. Having Mahomes as your leading rusher isn’t sustainable. That’s a whole article in itself.… Continue reading Ridiculous Rushes and Improbable Completions – Week 9
I might do a Ridiculous Rushes piece this week, but first I thought I’d take a look into how the offence has changed since the departure of Tyreek Hill. Where is the ball going to now there are 150 or so targets going around.? Today we’ve an overview of what’s changed and hopefully in the… Continue reading Where’s the ball?
Listen, I give Clyde Edwards-Helaire as much stick as the next guy. You can go back to the middle of his rookie season and listen to our podcast, you’ll hear me questioning if he’s actually a good running back. For the record, I think he has skills that can be used, but the coaching staff… Continue reading It’s not just Clyde
Big Players Make Big Plays In Big Games Sometimes you just have to doff your cap in the direction of the opposition. They’re allowed to have good players too and they are allowed to make big plays at times. Let’s take a look at Josh Allen for a while. On the Diggs TD, #20 Reid… Continue reading Ridiculous Rushes and Improbable Completions – Week 6