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Guess How Tyreek Hill Will Do Sunday and Win an Amazing Bobblehead from Forever Collectibles

A few weeks back we gave away a great Pat Mahomes bobblehead from Forever Collectibles, and today we’re ready to do it again with Tyreek Hill!

All you have to do is simply leave us a comment with your guess of how many catches, yards and touchdowns Hill will score in Sunday’s game against the Raiders!

That’s it! If there’s more than one winner, we’ll chose one winner at random for this amazing bobblehead.

Now that the holidays are over, if you are still looking for a perfect gift for that special Chiefs fan or have some extra Christmas money and want a great collectible, Forever Collectables has your answer, and they make it easier than ever to get a great item!

There’s a ton to choose from, like Travis Kelce, or how about a great Len Dawson retired bobblehead!

Don’t pass up this chance to order these awesome bobbleheads today in time for the playoffs!

Click HERE to check out the entire Chiefs Collection – and if you’re buying for a fan of another team – no worries – Forever Collectables has you covered with EVERY team – click HERE to see their entire NFL line!

Don’t forget to leave us your best guess at Sunday’s performance for Tyreek, and a chance to take home a sweet bobblehead! Good Luck!

Raiders vs Chiefs NFL Week 17 Capsule

OAKLAND (4-11) at KANSAS CITY (11-4)

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS

OPENING LINE — Chiefs by 14

RECORD VS. SPREAD — Raiders 6-9; Chiefs 8-6-1

SERIES RECORD — Chiefs lead 64-53-2

LAST MEETING — Chiefs beat Raiders 40-33, Dec. 2

LAST WEEK — Raiders beat Broncos 27-14; Chiefs lost to Seahawks 38-31

AP PRO32 RANKING — Raiders No. 31; Chiefs No. 4





STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Chiefs can clinch AFC West and No. 1 seed in playoffs with win. … Kansas City has won seven of last eight against Raiders. … Oakland WR Dwayne Harris returned punt 99 yards for touchdown last week against Broncos, ending team’s 10-year streak without punt return TD. … Oakland has not allowed opposing QB to throw for 300 yards in nine straight weeks. … Raiders QB Derek Carr has NFL-best streak of 325 passes without interception. … Raiders RB Doug Martin ran for 107 yards against Denver, his first 100-yard game since Week 11 of 2015. … TE Jared Cook has 868 yards receiving this season, fifth most in Raiders history. … Chiefs are 6-1 at home this season. … Kansas City has won 20 of last 22 against AFC West. … Chiefs are 13-4 in December over past four seasons. … Chiefs have scored franchise-record 530 points this season. … QB Patrick Mahomes leads NFL with 48 TD passes. He is second with 4,816 yards passing. … Travis Kelce has five 100-yard receiving games. He leads league among TEs with 1,274 yards receiving. … Chiefs are tied for second in NFL with 49 sacks. DE Chris Jones has sack in NFL-record 11 consecutive games. He has 15 1/2 this season. … Chiefs LB Dee Ford has 12 sacks and six forced fumbles. … Andy Reid needs one win to pass ex-Chiefs coach Marty Schottenheimer (205) for seventh-most wins in NFL history. … Fantasy tip: Martin and Raiders RB Jalen Richard are both solid plays against porous Kansas City defense, which is equally inept defending run and pass. So is Carr, even though he threw for just 167 yards last week against Denver.

Chiefs Banged Up Going Into Thursday’s Key AFC West Matchup Vs Chargers

Some top offensive players will be missing and others may not play on Thursday night when two of the NFL’s highest-scoring teams, the Chiefs and Chargers, meet at Arrowhead Stadium, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.

The 11-2 Chiefs, who lead the NFL in scoring with more than 36 points a game, will be without wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who has a foot injury. The Chiefs may be without starting running back Spencer Ware (shoulder, hamstring), left guard Cam Erving (knee) and wide receiver Tyreek Hill (heel, wrist).

Ware and Erving, who did not work on Tuesday in Kansas City’s only practice session of the week, were listed as doubtful to play on the Chiefs’ final injury report of the week. Hill was listed as questionable, but he was able to finish last week’s game after being injured, and coach Andy Reid said on Monday he thought Hill would play.

Chris Conley will replace Watkins, who missed three of the last four games. Without Ware, the Chiefs’ lead back would be veteran Damien Williams, who has played sparingly and rushed for 53 yards and caught nine passes. Veteran Jeff Allen replaced Erving in last week’s game against the Ravens.

Also for the Chiefs, safety Eric Berry is listed as questionable to play. Berry hasn’t played all season because of a heel injury.

Former Chiefs Running Back Kareem Hunt Clears Waivers; Free to Any Team

After being released by the Chiefs on Friday following TMZ’s publication of a video showing Hunt shoving and kicking a woman in a February assault, running back Kareem Hunt officially cleared waivers Monday afternoon., Brooke Pryor of the Kansas City Star reports.

As a free agent, Hunt is no longer on the Commissioner Exempt list. But if he’s signed by a team in the near future, he’ll revert back to the list, which prevents him from playing, practicing or attending games. Only the league can remove him from the list.

Pat Mahomes’ Home Chiefs Jersey a Hot Seller This Holiday Season for All Fans

Sports jerseys and apparel are always a great item for fans for Christmas, and Fanatics has released their top 10 best-selling items from its Cyber Monday sale, with Giants fan favorite QB Pat Mahomes being number three on the list with his red home Chiefs Jersey.

You can see the entire list, which to the surprise of no one is led by Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, by clicking HERE.

Hunt is History; Chiefs Release Star Running Back Following Release of Disturbing Video

The Chiefs have released running back Kareem Hunt, just hours after a video surfaced Friday showing the running back pushing and kicking a woman during an altercation in an Ohio hotel back in February

The video, first obtained by TMZ Sports, shows Hunt arguing with the 19-year-old woman at the Metropolitan in Cleveland about 3:22 a.m.on Feb. 10.

Hunt approaches the woman as he says something, before he’s seen shoving her. An unidentified male steps in, and the woman proceeds to hit Hunt in the face.

More of the NFL player’s friends step in as he becomes more enraged. He shoves another male into the woman, who then falls down and appears to grab her head.

As she is crouched on the floor, the footage shows, Hunt comes over and kicks her.

Part of the reason for the release is the fact that the Chiefs stated that they felt Hunt was not being truthful in his explanation to the team.

Now the Chiefs, who have been the best team in the AFC in 2018, have to not only deal with a massive distraction with five weeks left in the season, but also will have to hand the ball off to Spencer Ware, who will take over as the teams’ #1 running back starting on Sunday against Oakland.

Report: Chiefs Send RB Kareem Hunt Home After TMZ Video of Him Kicking and Shoving Woman is Released

The news for Kareem Hunt on Friday was not good all the way around, after TMZ released a video showing him shoving and kicking a 19-year-old woman in a hotel in Cleveland.

Reports now state that Hunt was sent home by the team, and it’s not known if he’s going to take the field Sunday for the Chiefs when they host the Oakland Raiders.

The league nor the Chiefs have yet to release a statement on Hunt, but any time away from the team is going to be a major story – stay tuned.

TMZ Releases Footage of Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt Shoving, Kicking Woman In Hotel in Cleveland

There’s a serious situation going on with Chiefs star running back Kareem Hunt, as TMZ has gotten hold of the footage of his incident with a woman at a hotel in Cleveland, and the footage is not good in terms of Hunt being innocent in the matter.

Here’s the story from TMZ:

TMZ Sports has obtained video of Kansas City Chiefs star running back Kareem Hunt shoving, bull-rushing and kicking a woman in a Cleveland hotel back in February.

Kareem has not missed a single game this season despite the incident happening MONTHS before the 2018 NFL season kicked off … and team CEO Clark Hunt publicly stated in August he doubted Hunt would be suspended.

In the video, Hunt is seen arguing with a 19-year-old woman outside of his room at The Metropolitan at the 9 at 3:22 AM on February 10, 2018.

Hunt turns a corner and confronts the woman, shoving her hard. The woman strikes him back in the face … and that’s when Hunt goes berserk.

As friends try to hold him back, the 2017 Pro Bowler — who led the league in rushing yards — explodes and knocks one of his friends into the woman … who both go flying into a wall.

Both Kareem’s male friend and the woman appear dazed — but Kareem makes his way over to the female and kicks her while she’s crouching on the ground … knocking her over.

Police were called to the scene but no arrests were made. According to police reports, obtained by TMZ Sports, surveillance video from the hotel was obtained by law enforcement. We’re told that video is part of the evidence that was submitted to prosecutors.

Still, cops did not arrest Hunt and no charges were filed because officers say they were unable to determine if a crime had been committed.

At the time of the incident, the woman told police the whole thing started because Kareem kicked her out of his room after she refused to hook up with one of the men in Kareem’s entourage.

Kareem’s friends told cops the woman had gone crazy when asked to leave and called Kareem the n-word … and then struck one of Kareem’s female friends once things turned physical.

Unclear why the NFL has not taken any action against Hunt. We reached out to the league to find out if they pursued the video. We also reached out to cops to find out if the NFL contacted them about the footage as well.

The whole incident is reminiscent of the Ray Rice scandal when the NFL star knocked out his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator in Feb. 2014.

The NFL suspended him indefinitely — but only after TMZ Sports published the brutal knockout video from inside the elevator … video the NFL claimed they had not seen until our story.

After the incident, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged failures in the NFL’s investigative process and said they would overhaul their protocol.

Since then, the NFL claims it has tried to be tougher on players accused of attacking women — most famously, the league suspended Ezekiel Elliott for 6 games in 2017 stemming from allegations he got physical with an ex-girlfriend in 2016.

We reached out to the NFL for comment — so far, no word back.

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