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Tagged: Patrick Mahomes (176 Results)

Podcast: Supply by Demand is back! September 9 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann rejoins the podcast to kick off another long season of losing to Justin Eleff in Supply by Demand. Play along at home and win a plaque from Affordable Trophies.  more »



Kansas City QB Mahomes cautions fantasy owners

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES said on Wednesday that “everybody” in the team’s deep wide receiver room is going to be involved in the offense this season. Mahomes went further, addingMore that he was “sorry to all you fantasy football guys” because “it’s going to be someone different…every week.” Take note, fantasy owners. Less


Podcast: September 7 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 1 of the NFL regular season. (Hallelujah.) Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly.  more »


Team projections: Offensive forecast

Buffalo and Kansas City project to have two of the league’s best offenses, and those units look ready to come out of the gates strong. Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen have been on the field for four drives in the preseason, and their offenses have scored touchdowns on all of those drives.  more »



Offense starting to click for rookie WR Moore

Kansas City rookie wide receiver SKYY MOORE said late last week that everything is becoming easier for him to grasp as he continues through training camp. The offensive scheme is complexMore in Kansas City, but Moore said that “it’s starting to click”, adding that his offseason throwing sessions with star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES were “very beneficial”. With TYREEK HILL now in Miami, the “skyy” could be the limit for Moore heading into his rookie season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

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

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview the AFC West. Sponsored by and  more »


Mailbag: July 19, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Calvin Ridley worth a selection in a keeper league? The troubling history of top-rated running backs. Contract-year players. And debating whether Patrick Mahomes is overrated or underrated. more »


Around the NFL: Kansas City Offense

Kansas City traded Tyreek Hill in the offseason, and that's reason to think the offense will take a step back this season. But at least one player, new safety Justin Reid, doesn't think the offense will miss a beat this year.   more »



KC wide receiver Watson a “pleasant surprise”

Kansas City star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES said recently that new wideout JUSTIN WATSON has been “a pleasant surprise”. Kansas City signed Watson to a one-year deal in February after he wasMore used sparingly in Tampa Bay. In five seasons with the Bucs, Watson made just 23 catches for 258 yards and 2 touchdowns. Mahomes also noted that Watson was running so fast that he was late on his throws. With former wideout TYREEK HILL now in Miami, Watson could be one to watch in the weeks ahead. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Travis Kelce

With Kansas City, not only did it trade away Tyreek Hill. It also has an older tight end. Travis Kelce will be 33 in October, making it fair to wonder how long he can operate at a difference-making level.   more »



Dolphins acquire former Kansas City WR Hill

The Miami Dolphins announced this week that they have acquired wide receiver TYREEK HILL from Kansas City for multiple draft picks. Hill is a three-time first-team All-Pro and has been selectedMore to the Pro Bowl in each of his six NFL seasons. In addition to being pretty good in real football, Hill has also helped lead fantasy owners to championships along the way in our little game. Time will tell if he continues to do so without the benefit of PATRICK MAHOMES throwing him the ball. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Kansas City without Hill

Kansas City has traded away Tyreek Hill, and there's plenty of debate over how things will go for Hill himself and the Dolphins offense. The other question is how Kansas City will fare without its franchise wideout.   more »



Trubisky in the mix to start for Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed quarterback MITCH TRUBISKY this week to a two-year contract to compete for the starting job following the retirement of longtime quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The New York GiantsMore were reportedly interested in his services, but Trubisky said on Thursday that Pittsburgh was “definitely where I wanted to be”. Trubisky, who was famously drafted ahead of the likes of PATRICK MAHOMES and DESHAUN WATSON back in 2017, will compete with fellow quarterbacks MASON RUDOLPH and DWAYNE HASKINS for the starting gig. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Kansas City played at home in the AFC Championship game, and it can’t be said it didn’t earn it. That team played the hardest schedule in the league in the regular season.  more »


Factoid: Franchise quarterbacks

It’s a quarterback driven league. Maybe now more than ever. If you want to contend for a Super Bowl or make the playoffs year after year, it sure helps to have an elite player at that position. This was on display at Arrowhead last week, with Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen going back and forth.  more »


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