Uncle_Ruckus

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  1. Through 9 games Bell is on pace for 1,036 total yards and 5 TDs. He’s averaging 3.1 YPC.
  2. Kirk is the number one WR on this offense. He’s a quick, young WR who meshes very well with the style of offense. With Murray’s ability to extend plays and Kirk’s high level of involvement, I can’t see why he wouldn’t be a WR 2 ROS.
  3. Ekeler got stopped on two carries inside the 5. And Ekeler’s ypc has been bad; he’s not exactly the beacon of efficiency. That’s a bad sign when you consider he’s mostly in on passing downs and when he’s in on runs most defenses are in nickel. He plays lighter boxes but still can’t run. There’s a reason the Chargers are so hyper committed to Gordon.
  4. I live in KC and I’m very familiar with Matt Moore. Everyone around here thought I was crazy to have so much confidence in him. [...]
  5. Leave the thinking to someone else.The injury occurred after he landed. Another players knee crashed down straight into the side/back of his knee; it had nothing to do with the ankle injury.
  6. He’ll go for 100+ yards and at least 1 TD. BOOK IT
  7. The same people who were fear mongering over Chris Carson and hyping up Penny lmao.
  8. You people never learn smh. Gordon missed all of training camp, preseason, and the first 4 games of the season; some acclimation is to be expected. By NO stretch of the imagination is Ekeler better; he couldn't even ward off Justin Jackson from taking over last season. He's in the same vein as Danny Woodhead or James White--he's NOT a starting caliber NFL RB. Gordon not only has had to acclimate back to the team, but then had to endure terrible game scripts. He will be just fine and will produce similarly to last yr in the coming weeks.
  9. What in the world does that have to do with his injury management habits for THE CHIEFS?
  10. Reid is being strategically conservative with McCoy right now. It's the same approach he takes with injured players. He will roll out McCoy a ton down the back stretch into the playoffs.
  11. Reid is very conservative with injured players because he can afford to be. Tyreek will be fully ready to go. Just traded for him to stack with KElce (if one doesn't go off, it means the other one did).