Former UGA Receiver Leads NFL When Creating Separation | UGA Wire
Hardman has an average distance of 6 meters above the next closest receiver. Most of the players on this list are mainly in the slot, which is the most difficult position to push. Hardman has already noted some magic sensors this season and will continue to be a compliment to Tyreek Hill's big Kansas City game. He was also threatened by in the return game .
Bridgewater Intellect for Saints D; Disrespect for bills; Falling for the 49ers? | NFL.com
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: Rodgers Challenge Defense. Kansas City Chiefs know they are taking part in a huge security test Sunday night. Green Bay Packers' Outron Rodgers has one of the best games of his career ̵1; he threw for 429 yards and reported six total touchdowns in a 42-24 victory over Oakland – and led a balanced offense.
The Chiefs defense had an impressive performance picking up nine sacks in a win over Denver last week, but Kansas City's defenders are aware that Rogers could create more problems.
"This will be a challenge for us," Tiran Mathieu told security chiefs. "The first phase of the route – can we disrupt the time – and then the second phase can we finish the game? He will continue some plays, he will do some plays on Sunday night, he is Aaron Rodgers. The biggest thing is simply limiting the game with explosives. "
Head Coach of the New York Giants' Son is the New Backup Reserve | Forbes
Prior to becoming the head coach of the New York Giants, Kyle's father, Pat, a tight ends coach, offensive line and backstop under Andy Reed with Philadelphia Orly. And Kyle's great uncle, the legendary Fritz Schurmur, was the Green Bay Packers' defensive coordinator, while Reed was an assistant there.
Shurmoor, an untrained rookie who was on the squad, impressed Reid during training.
"He works like crazy," Reed said. "Now, the only thing we don't have is NFL reps during the game, but what he showed us is that he's a good, young quarterback who has a future. We felt comfortable raising him. ”
Fantastic Matches: Everything You Need to Know about Week 8 | NFL.com
When the Chiefs Have the Ball: Matt Moore will start at the center of the injured Patrick Mahomes this week. While a QB change is severely knocking Tavis Kels and Tarik Hill down the ceiling, I am confident that HC Andy Reid will have more than a few games developed for his star players. Reed has nearly 10 days to prepare for this game as well. In the end, Moore's presence is detrimental to everything on top of the boss. LeSean McCoy (39 percent) has led to Damien Williams (35 percent) and Darrell Williams (21 percent) in the last two weeks after McCoy scored zero within 5 weeks. We can persecute this committee when Mahomes is on the pitch because of all the chances of scoring in the red zone, but a 3-man committee with a backup QB doesn't sound particularly appealing. It's just a household note because you can't play Mecol Hardman or Demark Robinson without Mahomes, but Sammy Watkins is expected to return this week.
Here's How to Join the Chiefs Food Food Drive, which continues on Sunday | The Mothership
1) Bring non-perishable food items to the game on Sunday. There will be donation bins around the outside Arrowhead Stadium.
2) Make a monetary donation by visiting harvesters.org/chiefskingdom. Each gift dollar can help provide three meals for the needy.
3) Drop-off of non-perishable food products in the Hy-Vee store area beginning November 1.
Around the League
Darren Waller has made the Raiders tight end the best in the NFL | SB Nation
Waller is the best of the group, and one of the best TEs in the NFL
Football Outsiders has Waller ranked high among the tight ends in several advanced metrics. He is ranked first in DYAR, which rates the value of plays on the tight end. It ranks third in DVOA, which is similar to DYAR, but accounts for all plays, not just receptions. Waller also has an 88 percent catch, good for fourth in the league and first in his position. He is third among tight ends with 485 receiving yards, behind only Austin Hooper and Travis Kels.
Malcolm Jenkins says it is good that Orlando Scandrick is gone; Eagles respond to tear down former teammate | The Philadelphia Enquirer
"I don't give two — to people who aren't here," said Malcolm Jenkins, who was referred to by Scandrick as "selfish.
" You ask someone in the locker room that I am as a player I'm on that team – I think one of the things he said was that I didn't take responsibility for certain games. "Jenkins said." Whoever goes and looks at one of my comments, I immediately take credit for all the mistakes I make. "
Darius Slay:" No one is safe "after trading with Quandre Diggs | NFL.com  "Basically, I say that it doesn't matter who you are," Lyons said on Thursday, Closed Darius Sly told the Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. In my opinion, no one is safe. "
On Tuesday, Slay took to Twitter immediately after a trade he called departure Diggs 'bull —-' and added, 'This one hit me bra.' his feelings for the course.
Keen Allen of Los Angeles Chargers Suspicious with Knee Injury | ESPN
Kinan Allen did not train for a second day on Friday due to a hip injury.
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said this week, Alan pinches his hip and will decide the games.
"He worked a little bit, but we just kept him going and we'll be smart and see if he can go on Sunday," Lynn said.
Mohammed Sanu Patriots Senior Says Tom Brady Offers No 12 Jersey After Trade | Bellescher Report
Tom Brady was so excited about the addition of Mohammed Sanu Sr. that the New England Patriots quarterback was ready to give up his emblematic number 12.
This may be a sign of how happy Brady is to have another solid receiver. The Patriots put Josh Gordon on the injured reserve Wednesday, taking away one of their best offensive plays.
Sanu, who wore No. 12 for his eight-year NFL career, will move to No. 14 in New England.  In case you missed it at Arrowhead Pride
How the Chiefs' Defense Defeats the Packers offense
The Chiefs can choose to match Tyrann Mathieu up with the Jones / Williams combination in passing game, sliding closer to the box. This can help eliminate the dynamic threat of receiving, while offering a little more support. If this is the case, great stress will be placed on Damian Wilson and Reggie Ragland to cover the apartments against tight ends. From a boss's point of view, this will be a bad coincidence.
So perhaps a simpler strategy would be to sit back in a bifurcated security view, forcing the Packers to beat the defense of the earth. Although not a particularly good strategy so far this year, the quality of play presented by linebackers and the defensive line last week may be enough to stop.
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