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Pete Sweeney

REPORT: Chiefs likely bringing back Jeff Allen

The Chiefs originally selected Allen in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

The Kansas City Chiefs are likely bringing back free agent offensive lineman Jeff Allen, according to a report from NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

Pending reunion: The #Chiefs will sign G Jeff Allen if all goes well with his physical, source says. Allen began his career in KC before signing with the #Texans as a free agent. Chiefs need interior OL help, especially with G Lauren Duvernay-Tardif on IR.

— Mike...

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Kent Swanson

This Mahomes play made Cris Collinsworth say “Wow” on Sunday night

Mahomes suffered the first loss of his career on Sunday night. Let’s go to the film.

This is part one of a three-part weekly film analysis on the performance of Patrick Mahomes.

Well, this is weird.

It’s been a while since the Kansas City Chiefs lost a game, and it’s the first time in Patrick Mahomes’ career. Just as having a young, home-grown quarterback is unfamiliar territory for a generation of Chiefs fans, so is this feeling with the kid under center. The responses have been...

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John Dixon

We’re tracking power rankings as they roll in LIVE...

The bad news is rolling in from the national writers following the Chiefs 43-40 loss to the Patriots — and we’re updating our Pundit Power Rankings as they come in

The Chiefs are coming off their very first loss of the season, as the national pundits release their Week 7 power rankings. Keep checking back — we’re updating our weekly tabulation as they come in.

Pundit Power Rankings for Week 7

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Aly Trost

Arrowheadlines: Why Tyreek Hill is the NFL’s best wide receiver

Chiefs headlines for Tuesday, October 16.

The latest

For Chiefs, getting revenge on Patriots is within reach but will require growth | USA Today

Players insist that this year’s team has better fortitude and that the offense is more explosive than the previous version.

The Chiefs could be right. But if the coaches and players don’t address several key shortcomings, this team will not reach its full potential.

Examining the Legal Consequences for the Fan Who Threw Beer at Chiefs WR...

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Bengals game might be the most important of Chiefs' season

The Chiefs are still in the AFC driver's seat, but a two-game losing streak to division leaders could turn their season in the wrong direction.

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Pete Sweeney

Third shift open thread

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Pete Sweeney

The Re-Up: The fallacy of the moral victory

The Chiefs lost in New England, but... but nothing. They lost.

It’s our Monday column, The Re-Up. In this column, I’ll write about some deeper thought I had about the last game and finish with some fun stuff to ponder at the article’s end. Check out last week’s column here.

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The Kansas City Chiefs were down four safeties, two outside linebackers, a right guard, a center and a kick returner. Two of those missing players—safety Eric Berry and...

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Tyreek Hill wants Patriots fan who threw beer to be prosecuted

Tyreek Hill and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, want the fan who threw beer at him during Sunday’s game at Gillette Stadium to be prosecuted. ESPN’s Adam Schefter passed along the following message on Monday, per Rosenhaus: “That type of behavior is unacceptable. Players have to be protected. We want that fan to be prosecuted.” The New England Patriots have identified the man who threw the beer at Hill. In a statement released on Monday morning, they said they turned the matter over to...

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John Dixon

Andy Reid roundup: learning experiences, Mahomes interceptions and a weird stat

We round up Andy Reid’s remarks following the Chiefs 43-40 loss to the Patriots on Sunday night

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid spoke to the media following Sunday night’s 43-40 loss to the New England Patriots, and again on Monday afternoon.

Let’s round up some of what he said:

On Sunday night, Reid characterized the game as a learning experience. David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

“It was a heck of a football game,” he said. “I was proud of how the guys battled. We...

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Patriots fan who threw beer at Tyreek Hill gets lifetime ban

The Patriots wasted no time disciplining the fan who threw beer in Tyreek Hill’s face during Sunday’s game at Gillette Stadium. It took social media only a few brief moments to make the fan’s gesture go viral, as TV cameras spotted him splashing Hill with the contents of his beer bottle (watch here) after the Chiefs receiver scored a 75-yard touchdown. As such, it made the Patriots’ job of identifying the fan quite easy, and they hit him with a lifetime ban from Gillette Stadium on...

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Pete Sweeney

New England Patriots fan who threw beer at Tyreek Hill banned from Gillette Stadium

Hill had beer thrown on him after his fourth-quarter touchdown to tie the game.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill received a face full of beer courtesy of a New England Patriots fan after Hill scored a 75-yard touchdown Sunday night to tie the game at 40 in the fourth quarter. The play reminded me of when this happened to running back Jamaal Charles years ago in Oakland.

Anyone else catch the classy Patriots fan throwing beer on Tyreek Hill after his 4th quarter score?...

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Tyreek Hill not upset about having beer thrown on him

When Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill scored a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter on Sunday, most people were in awe over just how brilliant of a play it was. Lost in all of this was the fact that a New England Patriots fan at Gillette Stadium threw beer on Hill after he scored the touchdown (watch here). One day removed from that ugly incident, Hill himself doesn’t seem to be too bothered by the massive show of disrespect. “My coach told me, don’t get emotional,...

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Patriots identify, then ban fan who threw beer at Tyreek Hill

On Sunday night during the heated battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots, a Patriots fan disgraced the team by throwing beer all over Tyreek Hill after he scored the game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter. The Patriots released a statement Monday in which they say that fan has been identified, and that the matter has been turned over to local law enforcement. Additionally, that fan will no longer be allowed to attend any future events at Gillette Stadium...

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Patriots permanently ban fan who threw beer at Tyreek Hill

While Tyreek Hill cannot confidently say Sunday night’s game will be the last time he gets a face-full of beer after scoring a touchdown, the New England Patriots are making sure the fan who committed the act never does so at their stadium again. After he scored a 75-yard touchdown to tie the game at 40 late in the fourth quarter, Hill was flipped off by one Patriots fan and had beer thrown at him by another. On Monday, the Patriots released a statement saying they have identified the fan...

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Breeland Speaks among Chiefs defenders with questions to answer

While the rookie's head-scratching non-sack on Tom Brady got the attention, Breeland Speaks isn't the only Chiefs defender that needs to step up.

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Pete Sweeney

We may never know who Patrick Mahomes was throwing to on the go-ahead TD

Mahomes gave an all-time line when asked about the play

The Kansas City Chiefs lost a 43-40 offensive frenzy to the New England Patriots on Sunday night, with the Chiefs and Pats trading blows back and forth like two prizefighters.

One of the mysteries of the game was whether or not Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes intended to throw to wide receiver Tyreek Hill on the go-ahead touchdown to make it 33-30 in the fourth quarter.

But who could forget his 3rd touchdown where he...doesn’t...

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Breeland Speaks Admits He Let Tom Brady Go to Avoid Flag on Late TD Run

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Breeland Speaks told reporters after the team's 43-40 loss to the New England Patriots that he let Tom Brady go after wrapping him up during a fourth-quarter ...

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Patriots top Chiefs in an instant classic

After Sunday, only one NFL unbeaten remains. But it’s not as though the Kansas City Chiefs didn’t try. Sunday night, they took on the New England Patriots. And whenever you meet up with the Patriots, you’re expecting a battle. But you’re not always expecting an instant classic. And that’s exactly what this showdown ended up being. It didn’t always have that look, though. After all, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes would struggle in the first half — throwing two interceptions. The...

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Pete Sweeney

Breeland Speaks played 97 percent of snaps in first career start

Breaking down the snap counts in the Chiefs first loss of the season

The Kansas City Chiefs dropped their first game of the season Sunday night to the New England Patriots in Foxborough.

Here were the snap counts for the Chiefs:

Offense

Chiefs' offensive snaps vs. New England Patriots, Week 6 pic.twitter.com/vAtSMF2dO8

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Chiefs' defensive snaps vs. New England Patriots, Week 6 pic.twitter.com/tihCXEUnkl

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Sitting behind a legendary QB means learning from the best

Jimmy Garoppolo, Philip Rivers, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes all sat out early in their careers and watched how much their QB1's worked.

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