Andy Reid's a pragmatist. He saw how teams were beginning to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Kansas City Chiefs passing game.
Le'Veon Bell and the New York Jets have severed their ties. One year removed from agreeing a 4-year $52.5 million contract; it's just the latest saga under Adam Gase's reign that has sent this franchise spiralling into near disaster.
Bill Belichick doesn't lose often, but he knows you can learn more in defeat. Belichick and the New England Patriots found the perfect way to stop Patrick Mahomes, despite losing 26-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Stopping the most dynamic quarterback in the NFL. Keeping the game's premier deep threat under wraps. Blanking a record-breaking tight end. Controlling the clock.
Fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills may not like it, but the two best teams in the AFC meet on Monday Night Football in Week 3.
Niners tight end George Kittle put pen to paper on a 5 year, $75 million contract on Thursday. The deal sees Kittle earn around $15 million per year and suit up as a Niner for the foreseeable future. Shortly thereafter, Kittle's peer, adversary and rival - Travis Kelce - followed suit and signed a 4-year $57.25 million contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
There are questions aplenty to be answered in our AFC West 2020 season preview...
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has agreed on a 10-year extension that will make him a Chief through the 2031 season.
As a result of Mahomes' skyline altering potential, on Monday it was revealed that Mahomes would receive an earth-shattering 10-year contract worth a total of $503 million, putting Mahomes halfway to billionaire status.
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
As with any reigning champion in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs will be looking to avoid the dreaded Super Bowl hangover.
Many have described Sunday's Super Bowl LIV, which ended with a Kansas City Chiefs victory, a "scheme show" where usage of a particular player, or group of players, was more important for the outcome of the game than anything else. That could have been expected by two teams in which coaching plays so big of a role.
On the second day of the second month and in his second Super Bowl as a head coach, Andy Reid won his 222nd game and in doing so clinched his first Lombardi Trophy. Turns out that second time's a charm for Big Red.
Below are five numbers to arm you with the predictive contextualised information that is most likely to determine who will win the Lombardi Trophy ... and who'll just be picking 31st in the 2020 NFL Draft in Las Vegas. These figures flag as the most important factors when it comes to forecasting each team's ability to earn (or prevent) first downs and touchdowns.
As the big day draws nearer and nearer, the hardworking writers at Franchise Sports have shared their predictions for what might be the most unpredictable Super Bowl in history.