Arrowhead Pride’s Seth Keysor joins the show to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs win over the Oakland Raiders from Week 14.
The Kansas City Chiefs had everyone back at practice on Wednesday except for starting center Mitch Morse who looks to miss another game. With the Los Angeles Chargers coming to town on Saturday night, K.C. could use a healthy offensive line. It’s looking more likely that they will be without Morse for at least this week. At this point in the season, it’s hard to know if Morse will be back because when he did return it wasn’t at full strength.
The Chiefs are the only team in the NFL with two tackles with over 500 snaps. That says a lot to the dependability of the Chiefs bookend offensive lineman. Both Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz haven’t missed a snap this season. Schwartz is allowing the least amount of pressures of all of the league tackles that have played over 500 snaps this season. His signing two years ago looks to be one of the best deals the Chiefs have made in free agency recently.
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Defensively the Kansas City gets back cornerback Marcus Peters this Sunday and it’s a much needed addition. While the corners played great against the Raiders, a healthy and lethal Phillip Rivers is coming to town on Saturday night. Peters will get an opportunity to go against Keenan Allen again who he has sparred with in the past.
While Allen isn’t Rivers’ only weapon, he certainly is the biggest. Allen has been on a tear lately and could pose trouble if the Chiefs secondary isn’t ready. Kansas City has a lot of reasons to want to win this game but they have to play their best game in the past two months to win.