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Tagged: Patrick Mahomes (117 Results)

Jan
22

Mahomes takes majority of snaps in Thursday practice

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES was limited once again in Thursday’s practice, although head coach Andy Reid confirmed that his star signal-caller did take “the majority” of snaps. Mahomes’ participation isMore an encouraging sign as he continues to work his way through the steps of the NFL’s concussion protocol in advance of Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jan
21

Mahomes practices on Wednesday, remains in concussion protocol

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol, but he did participate in a light practice on Wednesday. Mahomes was officially listed as a limited participant on theMore team’s official injury report. Head coach Andy Reid said that Mahomes “looked good on a limited basis”. Mahomes’ health is sure to be a continued topic of discussion leading up to Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jan
20

Mahomes progressing but remains in concussion protocol

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol, although he reportedly cleared some big steps already. While it’s too soon to say that he will play in Sunday’sMore AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, Mahomes is expected to practice today. Mahomes is also dealing with a toe injury, but head coach Andy Reid does not think the toe will be an issue moving forward. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Jan
19

Mahomes in concussion protocol, status uncertain

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES is in the NFL concussion protocol, although it remains uncertain if he actually suffered a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. On Monday, headMore coach Andy Reid stopped short of saying that Mahomes had suffered a concussion. Either way, Mahomes will have to pass through the five steps of the protocol before being cleared to play in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Jan
18

Kansas City QB Mahomes in concussion protocol

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES left Sunday’s playoff game against the Cleveland Browns after suffering a concussion. Head coach Andy Reid sounded optimistic about his quarterback’s condition after the game, sayingMore that Mahomes was doing great. Kansas City is hopeful that Mahomes will clear the concussion protocol this week and be available for next weekend’s AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills. Less

Source: NFL.com

Ask the Experts: What were your best and worst calls this season?

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: What were your best and worst calls of the 2020 NFL season?   more »

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Dec
31

Veteran QB Henne to start season finale for Kansas City

With the top seed in the AFC locked up and quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES firmly planted on the bench for Week #17, Kansas City will start veteran quarterback CHAD HENNE in theMore regular season finale against the Los Angeles Chargers. The 35-year-old Henne will be starting an NFL regular season game for the first time in six years. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dec
29

Kansas City to rest key starters in Week #17

Kansas City has clinched the AFC’s top playoff seed and head coach Andy Reid said on Monday that “some starters” would not play in Sunday’s final regular season game against theMore Los Angeles Chargers. Reid hinted that PATRICK MAHOMES, TYREEK HILL, and SAMMY WATKINS could be among those getting a break, although he would not confirm specifics. Fantasy owners take note. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Dec
21

Mahomes leads Kansas City with 3 touchdowns vs. Saints

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES threw 3 touchdown passes in Sunday’s win over the New Orleans Saints. Mahomes’ touchdowns went to three different receivers, including the opening touchdown to wide receiverMore TYREEK HILL. Hill’s touchdown tied him with Dwayne Bowe for the franchise record for most receiving touchdowns in a single season. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: December 17, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Do offenses score fewer points when playing the same opponent for a second time? Ideal rules for kickers and defenses. Trading out seven-letter kickers. And when to bench Patrick Mahomes. (Spoiler alert: never.) more »

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Factoid: Woulda coulda

Mitchell Trubisky’s run in Chicago is coming to a close. One of his final home starts, as luck would have it, comes against one of the transcendent quarterbacks that he was chosen before in 2017. With the 3rd pick of the 2017, the Bears could have chosen Patrick Mahomes or Deshaun Watson. Instead, they traded up to No. 2 to pick Trubisky.  more »

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Nov
9

Mahomes fastest to 100 touchdowns

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES threw 4 touchdowns in Sunday’s win over the Carolina Panthers, giving him 101 in his 40th regular season game. Mahomes surpassed Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino, who had previously been the fastest to 100. Marino reached the milestone in 44 games.

Source: ESPN.com

Podcast: November 5 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff look back at Week 8 of the NFL regular season and preview tonight's Packers-49ers matchup. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports.  more »

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Factoid: Aerial assault

Is the NFL going to see four quarterbacks with 40 touchdown passes for the first time? As we approach the halfway point of the season, that seems to be where things are headed.  more »

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Nov
2

Mahomes leads Kansas City vs. winless Jets

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES threw for 5 touchdowns and passed for over 400 yards against the still-winless New York Jets on Sunday. Mahomes’ fantasy owners were expecting big things againstMore the Jets, and Mahomes did not disappoint. More big games could also be on the horizon, as Kansas City has the easiest remaining schedule in the NFL based on winning percentage of their upcoming opponents. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

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