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Tagged: Patrick Mahomes (195 Results)

Guillotine Leagues : Week 9 FAAB report

The Broncos beat Kansas City to end their eight-year losing streak against their divisional rival. If you were ever in the market for some KC talent, this is your week. Patrick Mahomes’ flu game wasn’t quite like Michael Jordan’s. A lot of quarterbacks got banged up as well, which affected not only their stock but the offensive pieces around them.   more »


Factoid: KC offense

Kansas City has completed over a third of its season, and the offense hasn’t quite clicked in yet. The team is winning, but it isn’t putting up its usual numbers. It’s being carried by the defense.   more »


Mailbag: October 11, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: What's wrong with Kansas City? Replacing Justin Jefferson. How long can Raheem Mostert keep it up? The fabled FFI Cover Jinx. Dallas' sputtering offense. And more. more »


Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Kansas City, remarkably, has scored only 2 TDs in three of its four games. But I don’t see that slump continuing for long – especially considering the team’s upcoming schedule.   more »


Mahomes healthy, gets time off vs. Bears

During the first half of Sunday’s blowout win over the Chicago Bears, Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES briefly appeared to be hobbled. Per multiple sources, Mahomes is fine and will beMore leading Kansas City in next weekend’s game against the New York Jets on Sunday night. Mahomes was removed from the game against the Bears in the second half, but that was because the game was in hand. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Mahomes restructures contract, agrees to record payday

PATRICK MAHOMES and Kansas City agreed to terms on Monday on a restructured contract that pays the star quarterback just over $210 million between 2023 and 2026, the most in historyMore over a four-year span. The contract is guaranteed over the next four years and the two sides reportedly plan to revisit the deal again after the 2026 season. In 2020, Mahomes agreed to a ten-year deal with the team that put him under contract through the 2031 season. Mahomes appears to be set in Kansas City for the foreseeable future. Less



Kansas City WR James getting more work amid wideout injuries

Kansas City wide receiver RICHIE JAMES could be in for an increased workload in the weeks ahead as the team’s wide receiver corps continues to deal with injuries. After signing withMore Kansas City in April, James looked impressive during training camp and the team’s first preseason game. With fellow wide receiver JUSTYN ROSS dinged up during Tuesday’s practice (he did return on Wednesday) and KADARIUS TONEY still out, Ross has more time to get comfortable with PATRICK MAHOMES. While the wideout room in Kansas City is deep, Ross is worth keeping an eye on. Less


Team projections: 10,000-foot view

In our system of player evaluations, the teams and players are knotted together. (When a team is projected to average 260 passing yards, those yards are then allocated to the team’s pass catchers.) With that in mind, it makes sense to not only look at the player grades, but our expectations for offenses in general.   more »



Jaguars coach Pederson feels QB Lawrence can join AFC’s elite signal callers

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said last week that he expects young quarterback TREVOR LAWRENCE to start the 2023 season the way he finished in 2022. Lawrence enjoyed the majorityMore of his success during the latter portion of last season. Pederson went on to say that he felt Lawrence was close to joining some of the AFC’s elite quarterbacks, including PATRICK MAHOMES, JOSH ALLEN, and JOE BURROW. Pederson said that Lawrence is “very capable of putting himself with that group”. Take note, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Florida Times-Union

Around the NFL: Justyn Ross

The more I think about it, the more I think Justyn Ross might be worth a late-round pick. Kansas City has a wide-open situation at wide receiver, making it seem plausible that Ross could wind up with a meaningful role.   more »



49ers QB Lance makes “substantial” offseason jump

San Francisco 49ers quarterback TREY LANCE has reportedly spent the offseason reworking his throwing motion and spending time working with star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES. Lance’s private quarterbacks coach Jeff Christensen saidMore recently that Lance “just kept getting better” over the offseason, adding that the young signal caller made a “substantial jump”. The 49ers quarterback room will be one to watch this offseason, with Lance’s supposed development, BROCK PURDY working his way back from injury, and SAM DARNOLD somehow still hanging around. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Andy Richardson: Drafting quarterbacks

We had our annual Experts Draft last night. You're gonna have to wait for the magazine to see how it turned out, but I'll talk about some elements every so often until then. One that prompted some discussion during the draft was when to take a quarterback.   more »



Mahomes’ ankle still not 100 percent

Kansas City star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES admitted this week that his ankle is still not 100 percent healed. Mahomes has no limitations throwing, but he is reportedly still working to regainMore his full mobility when it comes to things like running and cutting. Mahomes has been holding workouts in Texas, so the ankle isn’t stopping offseason preparations as he looks to defend an MVP and Super Bowl title. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Josh Allen

Josh Allen is more prolific than you might realize. He’s piled up more fantasy points in the last three years than anybody in league history. He’s a runner and a passer, and that’s a tough combo to beat.   more »

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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

Source: Team Website

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