Locked on Chiefs: Seth Keysor on his Arrowhead experience

CARSON, CA - SEPTEMBER 24: Albert Wilson
CARSON, CA - SEPTEMBER 24: Albert Wilson /

Seth Keysor of Arrowheadpride.com returns to talk about his experience at the game on Monday night against the Washington Redskins.

Andy Reid spoke to the media on Wednesday and there wasn’t a lot of updates for Kansas City Chiefs fans. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is day to day with a sprained knee. The injury appeared much more severe than they are letting on that it is right now. If it is just a sprained knee then LDT could be back and playing next week against the Steelers. Kansas City needs him playing as they are already missing two other starters on the offensive line.

Rookie kicker Harrison Butker didn’t know all of his teammates headed into the game on Monday night. In fact one of the biggest stars on the team hadn’t even said hello. Before the game start Butker got a visit from Travis Kelce who introduced himself to the new kicker. What a week for the rookie from Georgia Tech. Not even a week before kicking the game winning kick on Monday night Butker was on the Carolina Panthers practice squad. His leg made sure his teammates knew who he was Monday night.

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The Chiefs have a brutal stretch of games upcoming on their schedule. They head to Houston before playing the Steelers at home. Then on a short week they go to Oakland to face the Raiders on Thursday night who could be without Derek Carr. Kansas City then heads back home to face the current second place Broncos on Monday Night Football the night before Halloween. They finish off their stretch with an away game at Dallas before their bye week. If the Chiefs can find a way to be 7-2 or better headed into their bye week they will hold all the cards.