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Tagged: Isiah Pacheco (12 Results)

Factoid: Isiah Pacheco

Isiah Pacheco looks like a key player for the AFC Championship game. I think they’re going to have to use him more than usual, and he’s been an effective back.  more »

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Jan
19

Edwards-Helaire nears return for Kansas City

Kansas City running back CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE was designated to return to practice from injured reserve this week. The 21-day practice window is now open, meaning that Edwards-Helaire can be activated toMore the 53-man roster at any point during that window. While his teammates are excited for his return, fantasy owners of fellow running backs ISIAH PACHECO and JERICK MCKINNON may not share in the excitement. While Pacheco and McKinnon will likely continue to lead the backfield in the playoffs, time will tell if Edwards-Helaire also plays a role. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Isiah Pacheco

That was a really nice rookie season for Isiah Pacheco. He ran for 830 yards, and that kind of production is rare from a rookie selected in the 7th round.   more »

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Podcast: December 8 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff look back on Week 13 of the NFL regular season, then look ahead (but don't look forward) to tonight's Raiders-Rams game. Sponsored by the Fantasy Football Counselor.  more »

Around the NFL: Melvin Gordon

Melvin Gordon is staying in the AFC West. He says he’s signing a contract with Kansas City – his fourth city in that division.   more »

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Factoid: Isiah Pacheco

Kansas City is at Los Angeles tonight, and I will be interested to see how Isiah Pacheco performs. He seems to be taking command of that running game, to the point where Clyde Edwards-Helaire hardly got on the field last week.   more »

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Around the NFL: Sunday morning injury updates

The Sunday morning injury reports are coming in, and there are some significant developments. The biggest is that D'Andre Swift, out since Week 3 with a shoulder injury, is expected to be inactive again. And the Kansas City backfield is also being shaken up.   more »

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Mailbag: September 15, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Taysom Hill this year's sneaky tight end weapon? Stacking Bengals. Ken Walker's potential. And sifting through Green Bay's receiving corps. more »

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Factoid: Isiah Pacheco

Isiah Pacheco has been the most impressive of the late-round running backs. With Kansas City not having a proven, reliable player at the position, it’s reasonable to wonder if Pacheco at some point this season could have a decent role in one of the league’s best offenses.  more »

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Ask the Experts: Who has stood out most this preseason?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which player has stood out for you the most (good or bad) this preseason?   more »

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Aug
16

Kansas City RB Jones on roster bubble?

After signing a one-year deal with Kansas City during the offseason, speculation began about running back RONALD JONES having a significant role in the team’s offense. Thus far through training campMore and the preseason, Jones could actually be on the outside looking in after struggling to do much of anything noteworthy. The Kansas City backfield is crowded and, so far, Jones has done little to stand out from the likes of fellow running backs CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE, JERICK MCKINNON, seventh-round rookie ISIAH PACHECO, and holdover restricted free agent DERRICK GORE. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Isiah Pacheco

If you thought Kansas City's receiving corps was complicated, check out its running back room. Clyde Edwards-Helaire seems to be the likely starter, but he'll probably be on a short leash, and there are a variety of contenders for roles. Including seventh-rounder Isiah Pacheco.   more »

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