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Texans vs Chiefs NFL Week One Final Injury Report

HOUSTON TEXANS
 
Status Report
  QUESTIONABLE WR Brandin Cooks (quadricep), RB Cullen Gillaspia (hamstring), LB Jonathan Greenard (ankle)
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Tuesday WR Brandin Cooks (quadricep), DE J.J. Watt (not injury related)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday WR Brandin Cooks (quadricep), CB Phillip Gaines (hamstring), RB Cullen Gillaspia (hamstring), LB Jonathan Greenard (ankle), CB Lonnie Johnson (hip)
  Tuesday RB Cullen Gillaspia (hamstring), LB Jonathan Greenard (ankle)
  Wednesday WR Brandin Cooks (quadricep), RB Cullen Gillaspia (hamstring), LB Jonathan Greenard (ankle)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Tuesday CB Phillip Gaines (hamstring), CB Lonnie Johnson (hip)
  Wednesday CB Phillip Gaines (hamstring), CB Lonnie Johnson (hip), DE J.J. Watt (not injury related)
 
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
 
Status Report
(no players listed)
 
Practice Report
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday TE Travis Kelce (knee), DT Derrick Nnadi (ankle)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday DE Alex Okafor (calf), S Juan Thornhill (knee), RB Darrel Williams (hamstring), TE Deon Yelder (groin)
  Tuesday TE Travis Kelce (knee), DT Derrick Nnadi (ankle), DE Alex Okafor (calf), S Juan Thornhill (knee), RB Darrel Williams (hamstring), TE Deon Yelder (groin)
  Wednesday TE Travis Kelce (knee), DT Derrick Nnadi (ankle), DE Alex Okafor (calf), S Juan Thornhill (knee), RB Darrel Williams (hamstring), TE Deon Yelder (groin)

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How “Complete” of a Team are the Chiefs Heading Into the 2020 Season?

Five months ago the Chiefs were hoisting the Lombardi trophy after a dazzling comeback against the San Francisco 49’ers in the Super Bowl.

This last week they took care of their biggest offseason commitment in signing QB Pat Mahomes to a 10-year deal, the biggest in sports history.

So what else could be done to make the Chiefs a more “complete” team as they head into 2020? That’s a great question.

It’s also one that is being tackled by NFL.com, who came out with their list of the most “complete” teams in the league heading into this upcoming season.

The Chiefs do have some things to look out for, and they can’t fall asleep at the wheel if they want to be successful in defending their NFL championship from 2019.

Here’s what NFL.com had to say about how “complete” the Chiefs are:

3. Kansas City Chiefs

Please don’t misinterpret the Chiefs’ No. 3 ranking on this particular list. I’m picking them to win the Super Bowl. Just like I did last year. Shoot, with Patrick Mahomes now signed through the 2031 season, it’s hard to imagine a time when I won’t be picking Kansas City to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL, the best player in the NFL and the best show in sports today. Two teams sit above K.C. in this ranking because their rosters are more well-rounded. But with Mahomes’ singular greatness, the Chiefs enter the 2020 season as the definite team to beat.

And it’s not like the quarterback is surrounded by chopped liver. Home-run hitter Tyreek Hill headlines a receiver group that possesses incredible speed, talent and depth, while Travis Kelce’s the best tight end this side of George Kittle. In the draft, Brett Veach scooped up Clyde Edwards-Helaire, a dynamic all-purpose back whom Andy Reid described as being better than Brian Westbrook. The defense is highlighted by Pro Bowl DT Chris Jones. He’s a difference-making star — just look at how he wrecked the 49ers’ Super Bowl hopes — and K.C. needs to get him signed. Safety Tyrann Mathieu is a certified stud. So is edge menace Frank Clark.

Chiefs QB Mahomes Agree to Record Breaking 10-Year, $503M Extension

Winning a Super Bowl will do wonders, and for Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes he’s now set to be the highest paid player in the history of North American sports.

The Chiefs and Mahomes agreed on Monday on a deal that will pay him a whopping $503 million dollars over 10 years, keeping him with the Chiefs through the 2031 season.

How extensive is the deal that Mahomes is signing? How about 117 pages.

It is worth a colossal $503 million with $477 million in guarantee mechanisms which gives Mahomes the ability to have outs if the mechanisms are not exercised, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported.

As pointed out, the deal is the first time in history that a player is set to make over $500 million in a contract, and it couldn’t go to a better player.

Mahomes will get a $10 million signing bonus after he and the Chiefs rallied to overtake the 49ers in February’s Super Bowl, giving the Chiefs their first Super Bowl victory since Super Bowl IV.

The QB tweeted out a reaction video that ended with: “And we’re staying together … for a long time. We’re chasing a dynasty.”

Both the Chiefs and Mahomes wanted to get the deal done before the start of training camp in July, so in that regard the two sides got what they wanted.

Chiefs QB Pat Mahomes the Favorite to Win the 2020 NFL MVP

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the consensus favorite to win the 2020 NFL MVP award, with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on his heels, ESPN reports.

At Caesars Sportsbook, Mahomes is 4-1 to win what would be his second regular-season MVP award in the past three years. Jackson, last season’s MVP, is 13-2 at Caesars to win the award again this year.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is next at 9-1, followed by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson at 12-1.

Chiefs 2020 Schedule is Out, Team Opens at Home Vs Texans

The Super Bowl champion Chiefs will open the home season on Thursday night against the Houston Texans, a team they defeated in the AFC Divisional playoffs.

Here’s the complete slate:

Week 1 (Sept. 10): Houston Texans, 7:20 p.m. (Thursday Night Football)

Week 2 (Sept. 20): at Los Angeles Chargers, 3:25 p.m.

Week 3 (Sept. 28): at Baltimore Ravens, 7:15 p.m. (Monday Night Football)

Week 4 (Oct. 4): New England Patriots, 3:25 p.m.

Week 5 (Oct. 11): Las Vegas Raiders, Noon

Week 6 (Oct 15): at Buffalo Bills, 7:20 p.m. (Thursday night football)

Week 7 (Oct 25): at Denver, 3:25 p.m.

Week 8 (Nov 1): vs New York Jets, Noon

Week 9 (Nov. 8): vs Carolina Panthers, Noon

Week 10 – BYE

Week 11 (Nov. 22): at Las Vegas, 7:20 p.m. (Sunday Night Football)

Week 12 (Nov 29): at Tampa Bay, 3:25 p.m.

Week 13 (Dec. 6): Denver Broncos, 7:20 p.m. (Sunday Night Football)

Week 14 (Dec. 13): at Miami, Noon

Week 15 (Dec. 20): at New Orleans Saints, 3:25 p.m.

Week 16 (Dec. 27): vs Atlanta, Noon

Week 17 (Jan. 3): vs LA Chargers, Noon

All kickoff times are in Central Standard Time

An Educated Guess at What the 2020 Chiefs Schedule Could Look Like

The 2020 Chiefs schedule will be released in a televised event on Thursday night, and while we already know who the Raiders will go up against and where, we don’t know in what order, or what may or may not be on prime time.

Here are the teams the Chiefs will play:

Home: Broncos, Raiders, Chargers, Patriots, Jets, Falcons, Panthers, Texans
Away: Broncos, Raiders, Chargers, Bills, Dolphins, Saints, Buccaneers, Ravens

Today we give a reminder of the teams that we will see the Chiefs in the 2020 season, and we give our guess in what order we will see them in.

(A quick sidebar – we are moving forward with this schedule as if the season will start and play out on time, with no issues due to the covid-19 pandemic).

Thursday 9/10 Week One vs Houston (Thursday Night Opener)
Sunday 9/20 Week Two at Buffalo
Thursday 9/24 Week Three at Los Angeles Chargers (Thursday Night Football)
Sunday 10/4 Week Four vs Denver
Sunday 10/11 Week Five at Miami
Sunday 10/18 Week Six at Baltimore (NBC Sunday Night Football)
Sunday 10/25 Week Seven vs NY Jets
Sunday 11/01 Week Eight vs Atlanta
Sunday 11/08 Week Nine BYE WEEK
Sunday 11/15 Week Ten at Denver
Sunday 11/23 Week Eleven vs Las Vegas Raiders (Monday Night Football)
Sunday 11/30 Week Twelve at New Orleans
Sunday 12/06 Week Thirteen vs Carolina
Sunday 12/13 Week Fourteen vs New England
Sunday 12/20 Week Fifteen at Tampa Bay (NBC Sunday Night Football)
Sunday 12/27 Week Sixteen vs Los Angeles Chargers
Sunday 01/03 Week Seventeen at Las Vegas

Chiefs to Pick Up Option on Top Running Back Damien Williams

The Super Bowl Champion Chiefs have decided to keep one of their biggest playmakers on offense for 2020.

NFL.com reports the team is going to pick up the option for running back Damien Williams.

The option makes Williams a very rich young player, as he will make $2.3 million in 2020.

Williams has been the best back on the roster the last two seasons. In 11 regular-season games, he has put up 498 yards on 111 attempts (4.5 YPA) with five rushing TDs and added 30 catches for 213 receiving yards and two more scores.

He came up big when the team needed it most, as he rushed for 104 yards in the Super Bowl win in early February against the San Francisco 49ers.

He also had four catches in the win for 29 yards and a touchdown.

Williams has worked his way into being the best back on the roster, and should be the starter on opening day 2020 for the champs.

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