Just a quick collection of game day footballer news link and items of interest as the next few games determine if two years of hype was justified or nothing but more than marketing hype. GO CHIEFS!!!
According To Experts
The playoffs are here! After an unexpected bye week, the For the the season finale against the Los Angeles Chargers , Arrowhead Pride contributors all picked the Chiefs to win. No one thought the Chiefs would score fewer than 27 points, but most thought the Chargers wouldn't score more than 13.
Injury Report Finale
SOURCE: AP images The Kansas City Chiefs said Travis Kelce will play and Chris Jones is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Texans.Both players were listed as questionable on Friday.Head coach Andy Reid said Kelce was dealing with a bruise, but he practiced on Friday.Chris Jones tweaked his calf during practice Thursday.
Despite the Kansas City Chiefs being heavy favorites in this game, Chris Jones being on the sideline could be a major factor in the outcome of this game. The Chiefs didn't have Jones in the first match-up against the Texans and they lost that one and a lot has changed since then, but it is worth noting.
$200-MILLION On The Line
With an AFC Divisional Round showdown against the Texans on Sunday looming, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is certainly in no hurry to hit the offseason.
QB Competition Today
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson or Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes more important to team's success in Divisional Round?
The "NFL GameDay" crew discuss if Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson or Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes more important to team's success in Divisional Round.
Action From Bookies
Chiefs vs. Texans odds, line: NFL Playoff picks, bracket predictions from top-rated simulation on 96-65 roll
The Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs meet on Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET in the 2020 NFL Playoffs, and the winner hosts the Tennessee Titans next week in the AFC Championship Game. The Chiefs (12-4) scored at least 23 points in all but one game during the regular season, winning the last six.
Love Of The Game
The Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans are less than an hour away from kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium. A trip to the AFC Championship Game is on the line. Patrick Mahomes appears to be ready for this afternoon's contest. The Chiefs' star quarterback arrived early at Arrowhead Stadium.
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