Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire's rushing stat line today: - 7 rushes - 0 yards - 1 TD
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QBs with 5+ touchdowns and 1 or fewer interception: — Patrick Mahomes — Trevor Lawrence That's it. pic.twitter.com/XdIVYMnesL
That's a sack by Carlos Dunlap recovered by L'Jarius Sneed! Let's goooooo
Skyy Moore muffed punt -7 points Missed field goal -3 points Fake field goal -3 points Chris Jones penalty -7 points Mental errors cost them a double digit win today. Also, we shall never take the butt kicker for granted again! #ChiefsKingdom
There's so many people to point the finger at, but one thing I don't expect is Travis Kelce to drop a touchdown in the end zone.
Serving up Andy Reid specials 🍽 📺: #KCvsIND on CBS pic.twitter.com/k2s1pMjH4q
Mecole Hardman might be needed on punt return for the remainder of the day.
Holy cow, I'm going to be writing about the defense first for the third week in a row to start the season. Nick Bolton, man.
Here are our inactives for #KCvsIND: RB Ronald Jones K Harrison Butker QB Shane Buechele DE Mike Danna DE Joshua Kaindoh DE Benton Whitley T Darian Kinnard
That's the worst snap I've seen from Orlando Brown Jr.
Darius Harris has had an unbelievable performance defending the run.
No sir. That's the longest reception of Noah Gray's career. The majestic white horse on a sandy beach galloping on the Colts is so, so rich. twitter.com/kylkliethermes…
Bryan Cook is down after the opening kickoff for the 2nd half.
Weird day in the NFL. Mahomes and Eric Bieniemy having words at the half #KCvsINDpic.twitter.com/oUyqbJcKhC
— The Game Day NFL (@TheGameDayNFL) September 25, 2022
The way that the first half ended in the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts seems to have caused some frustration between the team’s star quarterback and offensive coordinator.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs received the ball with 44 seconds remaining until halftime at their own 46-yard line. On back-to-back plays, they attempted to push the ball downfield, but a 10-yard holding penalty on RG Trey Smith backed Kansas City up to their own 36-yard line
Prince Tega Wanogho is on the field for Andrew Wylie.
As the leader of the #colts Matt Ryan had some difficult conversations with players this week I'm told. Ryan admitted that he had to give a few guys a kick in the ass. His leadership was important this week as well as that from a few others. We'll see if Indy can get on track
On Friday, Nyheim Hines told me the #Colts weren't "desperate" for a win. He said: "It's only been two games. We could win the next 15." Today, he spotted me cause of the J's — and he also approves of my eyeshadow skills 😜 pic.twitter.com/6y1TOxrSTM
Michael Pittman Jr. was out early at Lucas Oil to get some pass catching reps in. #Colts WR1 being back in the lineup is a huge boost.
Colts rookie Jelani Woods before today: 0 career catches After today: 2 catches, 2 touchdowns and the game-winner over the Chiefs
The Colts put a lot of pressure on Jelani Woods and Alec Pierce this offseason by not adding any veteran pass-catchers at WR and TE. If PIerce and Woods play like they did against KC, the rookies just might add dimensions this offense badly needs. indystar.com/story/sports/n…
One guy who's been balling out this season and deserves some credit: Grover Stewart.
Just got off the phone with Frank Reich on the Colts' win over the Chiefs and, in explaining his team's start, he said he believes the Jaguars are a lot better than people think. They certainly look like it right now. Jags now up 31-10 on the Chargers.
Taylor carried 21 times for 71 yards and brought in three of five targets for 20 yards in the Colts' 20-17 win over the Chiefs on Sunday.
Taylor was frequently stymied by a tough Chiefs front, with his longest run of the day going for a modest 13 yards. Taylor's involvement in the passing game was a nice bonus, however, and the star back now has 13 targets through three games. The 2020 second-round pick now has two straight sub-100-yard games, but he looks as explosive as last season and draws a very favorable statistical matchup against the Titans' suspect run defense in a Week 4 home divisional clash.
Stephon Gilmore, a veteran who gets it, on the criticisms the Colts have heard: "It's a performance-based business. That's what it's about. You have to perform and make plays. That's what we signed up for and that's what you want if you want to be a great player."
Colts' defense looks a heckuva lot better this week. Nice series there from Grover Stewart, Bobby Okereke and Stephon Gilmore with the tackle on 3rd down.
The punt combo of Matt Haack and Kylen Granson. The new Rigoberto Sanchez and Ashton Dulin.
Colts get some pressure up front -- hello, Kwity Paye -- and force a three-and-out to start.
Kelce can't end up matched up with Zaire Franklin on third down.
Julian Blackmon (ankle) is OUT. Stephon Gilmore (hamstring) is not on the field to start the 2nd half. 3 CBs: Kenny Moore, Brandon Facyson, Isaiah Rodgers
Kylen Granson is having a heck of a punt coverage game.
Julian Blackmon (ankle) is out for the rest of the game.
Chiefs double teamed Yannick Ngakoue on that second-down play, so nice to see other guys create disruption in his stead and make Mahomes have to scramble. That's how it's SUPPOSED to work.
The story of this season continues to be a highly-paid Colts offensive line not coming close to living up to its billing. Braden Smith gives up a bad sack. Ryan's fumbling issues, it should be said, are compounding the problem.
Frank Clark just threw Danny Pinter out of the club.
Colts tried rushing Buckner from end, with E.J. Speed standing up in the middle, almost spying. Didn't work. Chiefs got Kelce out for 29 yards. Kelce against Okereke is a mismatch. Kelce TD on next play. 4th down call, both going for it and the play call itself, bites Indy.
This is the way the Colts defensive line was supposed to play. Ifeadi Odenigbo, in my mind, has earned more rotational snaps.
Julian Blackmon is down. It's rookie Rodney Thomas, and not Nick Cross going in for Blackmon. Interesting. Blackmon walks off under his own power.
#Colts inactives: -- QB Sam Ehlinger -- CB Dallis Flowers -- LB Shaquille Leonard -- WR Dezmon Patmon -- OT Bernhard Raimann -- OT Luke Tenuta This means DE Yannick Ngakoue (back) is active today after being listed as questionable.
Julian Blackmon went down and has left the game. Colts have replaced him with rookie Rodney Thomas. Could be interesting.
|IND||1ST||12:28||Matt Ryan passed to Jelani Woods to the left for 1 yard touchdown||0||7|
|KC||1ST||0:39||Patrick Mahomes passed to Travis Kelce to the left for 3 yard touchdown||6||7|
|IND||2ND||9:44||Chase McLaughlin kicked a 43-yard field goal||6||10|
|KC||2ND||1:50||Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed to the right for 1 yard touchdown. 2pt attempt converted, Patrick Mahomes pass to Travis Kelce.||14||10|
|KC||3RD||7:59||Matt Ammendola kicked a 26-yard field goal||17||10|
|IND||3RD||2:58||Chase McLaughlin kicked a 51-yard field goal||17||13|
|IND||4TH||0:29||Matt Ryan passed to Jelani Woods down the middle for 12 yard touchdown||17||20|
|Malik Herring||DE||Knee (acl)||OUT|
|Chris Lammons||SS||Ankle Sprain||OUT|
|Andrew Ogletree||TE||Knee (acl)||OUT|