Arrowheadlines: Patrick Mahomes and Malik Willis broke an extraordinary record on Sunday night

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Chiefs vs. points. Titans, takeaway: Patrick Mahomes uses his legs to force overtime, lifts KC past Tennessee | CBS Sports

Why did the presidents win?

The Chiefs desperately needed some semblance of a running game and simply weren’t getting it from their stable backs like Isiah Pacheco, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Jerick McKinnon combined for just 14 yards on 12 buggies. Due to incompetence on the ground, Tennessee was willing to sit in cover and pack things up in high school. Therefore, Patrick Mahomes had to take the matter into his own hands. Not only did he rush to get 63 yards high for the team, but those gains on the ground were the difference between Chiefs winning and losing this game.

In the relegation run in the fourth quarter alone, Mahomes had three notable stampedes that converted the third and seventeenth score, scoring a touchdown equalizer for the game, and a two-point conversion. While those lunges will grab the most headlines, Mahomes also used his legs to extend plays and set up throws on the field. In overtime, he blasted into a third-and-a-half and completed an astonishing 27-yard pass to Noah Gray that put them deep into the Tennessee field goal setting.

Defensively, the Chiefs did a solid job of slowing Tennessee’s biggest offensive weapon: Derek Henry. After the first half where he rushed for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Kavkaz Center caught Henry to 23 yards and sped up over eight moves over the second half and overtime.

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The Chiefs managed to avoid getting upset on Sunday night, but it took a day’s work from Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes showed his magic in the fourth quarter which is a good thing to do, as he provided nearly every attacking yard for the Chiefs in this game (only 14 of Kansas City’s 499 total yards didn’t include the Mahomes). Mahomes threw 68 high-powered passes, which were only two NFL singles game records. He also threw for 446 yards, the third highest total of his career. Mahomes added a career high of 63 yards off the ground, including 14 yards that came on TD with only 2:56 remaining (he also scored a two-point conversion tied to the game). The Mahomes didn’t have his best night, but he was at his best when he had to be, which is why Kansas City won. Mahomes completed passes for 11 different receivers, including Travis Kelce and JuJu Smith-Schuster, who both had 10 assists. It was a huge win for the Chiefs who are now linked with the Bills for the best record in the AFC.

Derek Henry knows the Titans’ defense played their part

Henry continues to rewrite the history of the Titans at a loss to Kansas City | Washington Post

“We are not executed,” Henry said. “They played better than we did in the second half.”

Henry was held 22 yards in seven rounds in the second half. Willis was 2 of 9 for 2 yards in the air. The Titans had a full 38 insult yards and one start during the last 30 minutes of regulation.

“There are no moral victories,” Frabel said. “We came here to win. That’s all we were thinking. Yes, there is more that I can do, more that coaches and players can do.”

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6) Patrick Mahomes returns again in the second half in a historic match

Mahomes had 446 pass and touch yards, along with 63 dash and touchdown yards in extra time for The Chiefs’ 20-17 on the Titans. Mahomes is the first player in the Super Bowl era to score at least 400 yards and touchdown passes and 60 yards and fast touchdowns in the same game.

Mahomes won his fifth game in a row when he trailed in the first half, the second consecutive winning streak of his career. Peyton Manning is the only other player to have had two such streaks in his career since QB started tracking in 1950.

About the NFL

Tom Brady hits 100,000 yards, leads Poké to win at last minute | ESPN

Ten days ago, Brady was almost unbearably in the Boss locker room after falling for the Baltimore Ravens 27-22 in prime time. The next day, he and Gisele Bundchen finalized their divorce after 13 years of marriage. But on Sunday, Brady was able to reclaim a piece of the magic that came to define his brilliant 23-year career. And most importantly, he felt cheerful again. So did his coaches and teammates.

“That was cool,” said Brady, who had not beaten the Rams in three attempts as the Buccaneer until Sunday. “That was great.”

Brady’s 15-yard pass to back Leonard Fournette in the second quarter was a history-making quarterback, as he became the first NFL quarterback to top 100,000 yards in both the regular season and postseason. But it was what Brady did with 44 seconds left against the defending Super Bowl champions that showed why at 45 he continues to defy both age and logic, and that helped the oppressed team clinch a three-game losing streak.

Josh Allen on losing to the Jets Bills: It’s hard to win when the quarterback “plays like (expletive)” | NFL.com

Josh Allen’s very poor day led to a shock loss to the Bills, who watched his East Asian lead reduced to half a game.

Allen was the first to admit his failures in front of the aircraft in the immediate aftermath.

“It’s hard to win in this league. We were playing a good team here, (and) the quarterback plays like an s—.” I made some bad decisions tonight, it really cost our team. There is a lot to learn from, and a lot to grow from, but this is not the standard to which we adhere. This is not the ball we play.”

Allen’s performance began as normal, pushing the Bills into the scoring range before an uncharacteristically ugly interception ended the opening possession. It seemed a mistake to beat Allen, as he threw 143 yards and led 14-10 in the first inning.

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There were a lot of questionable decisions on his part throughout the match against the Lions, who finished last on full defense in the match. Detroit was giving up an average of 154.9 rushing yards per game (the third-most in the league) and 266.4 yards per game (the sixth-most in the league).

However, Green Bay could not muster any offensive momentum.

“I definitely got some throws,” Rodgers said in his first words after the game.

The Packers tried early, going fourth in the first offensive streak of the game. They didn’t convert, and they continued their troubles into Season 4 – they have the worst conversion rate in the NFL at 18.18%.

Even then, Green Bay and the Rodgers himself still tried to have some fun trying to “Marie Kondo” for their season and “spark some joy” with a stage call in which Bakhtiari launched a path and was open in the finish zone. Rodgers raised it, perhaps too cautiously, and rather than Bakhtiari being a huge motivator for the team, the ball was intercepted by Aidan Hutchinson.

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Justin Fields continued to make his case as the MVP of the 2021 class after reaching historic heights during Chicago’s 35-32 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

The Quarterback Bears set several NFL and franchise records on Sunday. His 178 yards are the most quarterbacks in a regular season game in the Super Bowl era, surpassing the previous record set by former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick (173) in 2002.

Fields was 3 yards shy of breaking the all-time record, which former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick (181 yards) reached in the 2012 league playoffs.

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And who can forget Halloween night 2011, when the score equalized and one minute to play at Arrowhead Stadium, quarterback Philip Rivers lost a surprisingly surprising 15-yard line in Kansas City, eliminating the chance of a field goal winning the game and allowing The opportunity for the Chiefs to beat overtime, 23-20, in front of the Monday Night National crowd.

For their shortest moments at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday, it looked like the Charger would add a new chapter to their dubious tradition. Already in position to score a game-winning field goal less than a minute before play, Austin Eckeler fumbled at Atlanta’s 20-yard line and Falcons defensive line Taquin Graham fired the ball before running undisturbed on the touchline in Los Angeles. . He was twenty-five and thirty-five…

Inexplicably, Graham lost football untouched. The Charger recovered at Atlanta 43, and after completing a 22-yard run from Justin Herbert to Joshua Palmer, newly signed kicker Cameron Decker earned a game ball with a 37-yard field goal as the time expired.

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6 winners and 4 losers from the presidents’ victory over the titans

Back Trent McDuffy’s Corner: The highly anticipated return of the Novice pick in the first round was largely flawless. McDuffie and the rest of the junior high carried the Titans’ wide receivers without any single pickup, so you haven’t heard many of the names being called Cornerbacks. McDuffie also delivered one of the best cover plays you’ll ever see when he threw a pass away from tight end Austin Hopper. By turning his head and playing the ball, McDuffie proved that it is indeed possible to break a pass without getting an interference call. At the end of regulation, McDuffie was also spotted with perfect coverage of Cody Hollister, implying that he could be that consistent back corner in #1 coverage that we hoped he could have been when Kansas City came up in the draft to get him.

JuJu Smith-Schuster Wide Receiver: When things went wrong, Mahomes’ man was the number one one at the level of Chiefs. Yes, Travis Kelsey is still tight that young man – But when the defense took him away, Smith-Schuster ate the food from the inside. For a tough catch after catching several major touchdowns in third, Smith-Schuster’s 10 catches for 88 yards might be overlooked—but his contributions shouldn’t ever be.

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