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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. 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.

Chiefs to Keep Their Summer Training Camp in St. Joseph

The Chiefs are returning to St. Joseph for training camp according to the Kansas City Star.

The Super Bowl champions announced a three-year agreement to preserve Missouri Western State University as their training camp home through at least the 2022 season. The agreement includes an option to extend the deal to 2024.

The Chiefs began holding training camp on the campus in 2010.

“Our team researched and reviewed a number of viable options over the past six months. Through those meetings and discussions, we unanimously decided to return to St. Joseph,” Chiefs president Mark Donovan said in a statement.

Pat Mahomes the Odds on Favorite to Win the 2020 NFL MVP Award

Pat Mahomes won the NFL MVP back a year ago, and this year despite missing some time with injury was back on the playing field and led the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl in 50 years.

Now that everyone is already looking at odds and where things stand for next season, Mahomes is getting some love today from BetOnline, who say that he’s the favorite to return to being the league MVP in 2020.

Here’s the top odds according to the site:

Patrick Mahomes 6/1
Lamar Jackson 13/2
Russell Wilson 9/1
Deshaun Watson 12/1
Carson Wentz 18/1
Dak Prescott 18/1
Kyler Murray 20/1

Chiefs Top 49’ers 31-20 to Take Home Super Bowl LIV for First Title Win in 50 Years

Despite trailing 20-10 entering the 4th quarter, the Chiefs rallied for 21 fourth quarter points to take home their first Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV, topping the 49’ers Sunday in Miami 31-20.

Pat Mahomes was the MVP in the win, as he went 26 of 42 for 286 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Mahomes also had a rushing TD in the win.

Here’s the highlights of the win:

Could WR Sammy Watkins Be on the Chopping Block for the Chiefs This Offseason? has out a list of one player for each AFC team they think might be on the chopping block this offseason.

For the Chiefs the site has picked WR Sammy Watkins as the player that could find himself released. Here’s what they have to say about Watkins getting cut.

Kansas City Chiefs – WR Sammy Watkins

Dead Cap Hit $7M, Cap Saving $14M

Longstanding Sammy Watkins truthers embarked on the victory lap to end all victory laps after Week 1 this season, with Watkins dropping 198 yards and 3 touchdowns on the Jaguars. Fans knew that, in their hearts of hearts, that Watkins was unlikely to command 11 targets a game from that point forward. But the hope was that he had finally put it all together, and could become a vital cog in one of the NFL’s signature offenses.

This hope, it turns out, was misplaced. Despite averaging 6.6 targets per game, Watkins was only able to deliver an average less than 40 receiving yards per outing, finishing the season with 673 yards. He never found the end zone again. The Kansas City Chiefs have an abundance of young wide receivers, and the prospect of saving $14 Million to be rid of Watkins and develop some of the youngsters is one they will surely look forward to.

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