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Commanders hire Bieniemy away from Kansas City

The Washington Commanders hired former Kansas City offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy over the weekend to be the team’s assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. Bieniemy is expected to be the primaryMore play caller in Washington, something that he did not do with Kansas City. Time will tell if he has success with young signal caller SAM HOWELL as his likely starting quarterback, with PATRICK MAHOMES remaining in Kansas City. Less

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Factoid: Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes got his second Super Bowl. And at least for now, he’s the highest-rated playoff quarterback in league history. Using the league’s passer rating system, anyway.   more »



Mahomes says ankle won’t hold him back during offseason

Kansas City quarterback and Super Bowl MVP PATRICK MAHOMES said he plans to take “a few weeks off” following the big game, adding that he does not believe his injured ankleMore will hold him back heading into the offseason. Mahomes said that he plans to be ready for April workouts in his home state of Texas and for OTAs with the team. Mahomes said that he will continue to rehab, but he added that rest is the best thing for the next few weeks. Less



Kansas City backup QB Henne announces retirement

Kansas City quarterback CHAD HENNE announced after his team won the Super Bowl that he will retire and that he is “calling it a career”. Henne has backed up Kansas CityMore starting quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES for the past five years. A 2008 second round pick of the Miami Dolphins, Henne never established himself as a quality starting quarterback but he was a reliable backup for Kansas City. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Mahomes says ankle is in “better spot” ahead of Super Bowl

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES said on Wednesday that he’s “definitely in a better spot” when it comes to his ailing right ankle than he was for the AFC Championship Game.More Mahomes added that he does not expect to be limited by the ankle heading into this weekend’s Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles. Head coach Andy Reid added that Mahomes has “been doing really well with his ankle”. Less


Factoid: Tom Brady

Tom Brady retired this week, again. Last year's didn't take, but this one probably will. If you want to try to argue that Brady isn't the GOAT among NFL quarterbacks, you probably won't get very far. But what about among fantasy quarterbacks?  more »



Kansas City offense banged up heading into Super Bowl

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES was limping badly by the end of Sunday’s AFC Championship game and will likely use the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl for restMore and recovery. The same can be said for tight end TRAVIS KELCE, who played through remnants of back spasms that left him limited on Sunday. A trio of wideouts will also benefit from the additional recovery time, including KADARIUS TONEY (ankle), JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER (knee), and MECOLE HARDMAN (pelvis). All three watched the dramatic conclusion of Sunday’s game from the sideline. Less

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Mahomes on injured ankle…” We’ll see Sunday”

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES said on Thursday that Wednesday’s practice session was surprisingly positive, adding that he did better than expected. Mahomes was a full participant in practice again onMore Thursday, saying afterward that “people will see where I’m at on Sunday”. Mahomes isn’t yet guaranteed to play on Sunday, but it certainly seems as if he will. How much he’s physically able to do in the AFC title game remains to be seen. Less



Mahomes has high ankle sprain

While X-rays were negative on PATRICK MAHOMES’ ankle on Saturday, the Kansas City quarterback underwent more tests on Sunday. An MRI reportedly confirmed that Mahomes suffered a high ankle sprain andMore that Mahomes did not have any other significant damage. Mahomes said on Saturday night that he plans to play in next week’s AFC Championship Game, scheduled for next Sunday at 6:30 pm ET. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Fantasy Index Weekly: Updated player projections

The eight remaining teams have submitted their injury designations to the league ahead of this weekend’s eight divisional games. There doesn’t seem to be anything noteworthy or unexpected. Most of the offenses are at close to full strength.   more »


Podcast: January 12 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff close out the fantasy season and preview the NFL Playoffs. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »



Kansas City RB McKinnon makes history

Kansas City running back JERICK MCKINNON helped fantasy owners and made history in Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. McKinnon became the first running back in the Super Bowl era withMore a receiving touchdown in five straight games. The touchdown came on a six-yard pass from quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES in the second quarter. Less

Source: CBS Sports

Factoid: Patrick Mahomes

Denver’s defense has allowed only 16 touchdowns all year – 4 fewer than any other team. With that in mind, it’s reasonable to project Kansas City lower than usual. But at the same time, we’re still talking about Patrick Mahomes.   more »


Mahomes dealing with bruised foot

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES told reporters on Wednesday that he has a bruised foot after hurting it late in last Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite not being quiteMore 100 percent, Mahomes was able to practice in full on Wednesday and the expectation is that he will be ready to roll for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City plays at Denver this week, and there may be some thinking about sitting down Patrick Mahomes. Unlikely, but possible, with Denver currently having one of the league's best defenses, currently ranked in the top 3 in both yards and points allowed.   more »


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