Foles got snaps on only two series against the Seahawks and was able to lead the Chiefs to a field goal against the second team defense. When the Chiefs came back out after their first field goal Tyler Bray stepped in at QB. On the day he probably struggled the most of all the QB’s but Foles and Hogan didn’t play great either. Only completing three passes in nine attempts does not speak well for Bray but he is currently ahead of both Aaron Murray and Kevin Hogan.
Bray has the best arm of all of the Chiefs QB’s which really makes his final throw of the day even more questionable. Set up after a stupid penalty by the Seattle defense Bray got a play after the clock expired. As he rolled out to buy a little more time I thought for sure he would throw it to the end zone and show how effortless it is for him to get the ball 45 yards down the field.
Instead, Bray hit De’Anthony Thomas who was in the middle of the field around the 20-yard line and had no chance to score. Bray has always had the physical tools to play in the NFL but he is still showing mental lapses that make me wonder if he has the mental ability.
Aaron Murray got to start the second half and looked pretty good for most of his afternoon. He had a deep pass that he just missed to TE Ross Travis that would have ended up coming back because of a tripping penalty. Murray was able to get KC in range for a long Santos field goal after a nice pass to Da’Ron Brown that went for twenty-five yards. Murray was unable to generate much offense on his second series which was his last for the day.
Next: Hogan's time