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Jan 7, 2023 202 1 0 105 16
Jan 1, 2023 328 3 1 106.1 29
Dec 24, 2022 224 2 0 106.8 26
Dec 18, 2022 336 2 0 117.1 36
Dec 11, 2022 352 3 3 86.6 26

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2022 5250 41 12 358 4 52330.8
2021 4839 37 13 381 2 43525.6
2020 4740 38 6 308 2 44929.9
3y Avg. 4537 34 8 302 2 40927.3
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Remains full at practice

    Mahomes (ankle) was a full practice participant Thursday. Mahomes continues to operate without on-field restrictions since suffering a high right-ankle sprain during the Chiefs' divisional-round win against the Jaguars. Playing through it during this past Sunday's AFC Championship Game versus the Bengals, he completed 29 of 43 passes for 326 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, despite wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle/hamstring) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis) all exiting with injuries of their own. Mahomes discussed his health Thursday, telling Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com that he dealt with some discomfort following the contest but nothing more. With Mahomes' availability not up in the air for Super Bowl LVII against the Eagles, the only question that remains is who among the aforementioned WR trio will be able to suit up Sunday, Feb. 12.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Remains full practice participant

    Mahomes (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. Like he was last week in advance of this past Sunday's AFC Championship Game, Mahomes would have logged all on-field work if the Chiefs had held a session Wednesday to kick off prep for Super Bowl LVII. He played through what was termed a right high-ankle sprain in the 23-20 win over the Bengals, looking visibly hobbled at times but still gutting it out while Kansas City wide receivers departed with a variety of injuries. Overall, Mahomes completed 29 of 43 passes for 326 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, despite all of JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle/hamstring) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis) dealing with health concerns that resulted in their early exits. All three players were listed as non-participants Wednesday, so the team's skill-position talent will be monitored to see who may be at Mahomes' disposal Feb. 12 against the Eagles.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Propels team to Super Bowl LVII

    Mahomes completed 29 of 43 passes for 326 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions during the Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. He also rushed three times for eight yards and lost a fumble. Mahomes unsurprisingly had a critical role in the Chiefs finally getting over the hump against Joe Burrow's Bengals, not only with his overall stellar day through the air, but even with an otherwise unremarkable five-yard run in his final touch of the contest. The perennial All-Pro quarterback connected with Travis Kelce and Marquez Valdes-Scantling for touchdown passes of 14 and 19 yards, respectively, but it was his decision to pull the ball down and take off on a third-down play with 17 seconds remaining that helped lead to a game-winning 45-yard field goal by Harrison Butker, as he was able to draw an unnecessary roughness penalty on his way out of bounds that gave Kansas City 15 extremely valuable yards. Mahomes now will have two weeks to get further treatment and rest for his gimpy ankle before having to face the Eagles' vaunted, league-best pass rush in Super Bowl LVII, but the health of wide receivers Kadarius Toney (ankle), JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Mecole Hardman (pelvis), who all exited Sunday's game with their respective injuries, also will be integral to Mahomes' overall success in such a difficult matchup.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Cleared to face Bengals

    Mahomes (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals after being listed as a full practice participant Wednesday through Friday. Mahomes, who suffered a high right ankle sprain in last weekend's divisional-round playoff win over the Jaguars, had already been confirmed as Sunday's starter by coach Andy Reid, per Adam Teicher of ESPN, with the Chiefs' final injury report officially confirming that there's no doubt about the QB's availability against Cincinnati. What remains to be seen, however, is to what degree Mahomes' mobility might be impacted by his ankle issue, though Reid suggested that Kansas City's game plan has enough options in it for the team to tailor its play-calling around any limitations Mahomes may be dealing with come Sunday.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Practices fully again

    Mahomes (ankle) logged another full practice session Thursday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. With back-to-back full practices under his belt, Mahomes remains on track to play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals. As Adam Teicher of ESPN.com notes, the focus with regard to Kansas City's star signal-caller has gone from whether he can play this weekend to how effective he'll be while working through a high right-ankle sprain that he sustained in last Saturday's win over the Jaguars.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Practices in full

    Mahomes (ankle) was listed as a full practice participant Wednesday. Though Mahomes suffered a high-ankle sprain in this past Saturday's 27-20 divisional-round win over the Jaguars, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com relays that the quarterback said he's made excellent progress in his recovery from the injury and is declaring himself "ready to go" for this Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals. With a full practice to start the week under his belt, Mahomes is on track to play this weekend in the absence of any setbacks, though his mobility could be affected by the ankle issue.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Set to practice Wednesday

    Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that Mahomes (ankle) is in line to practice Wednesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. As for the extent of the quarterback's participation in Wednesday's session, Reid noted that he thinks Mahomes -- who took part in the team's morning walk-through session -- will probably do everything. The Chiefs' looming injury report will add further context to the situation, but the mere fact that the signal-caller is slated to practice at this stage bodes well for his availability for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals. He was diagnosed with a right high-ankle sprain in the aftermath of last weekend's divisional-round victory over the Jaguars and likely won't have his full mobility if he gets cleared to start versus Cincinnati.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Wednesday practice status TBD

    Coach Andy Reid relayed Monday that it has yet to be determined whether Mahomes -- who is dealing with a high right-ankle sprain -- will practice Wednesday, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. In terms of the QB's potential availability for the Chiefs' first on-field work of the week, Reid noted, "As far as the reps, I'll have to see how he feels as we get ready for practice." For his part, Mahomes plans to play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, with Reid indicating that the team plans to "take it day by day" with the franchise signal-caller. Unless Mahomes is able to practice fully by the end of the week, however, he figures to head into the weekend with an official injury designation.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: MRI confirms high ankle sprain

    An MRI has reportedly confirmed that Mahomes suffered a high-ankle sprain Saturday against the Jaguars, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Schefter indicates that it appears as though the QB avoided any other issues with his right ankle beyond the reported high-ankle sprain, while Mahomes has noted that he plans to play in next Sunday's AFC Championship Game. That said, we'd expect the signal-caller's practice reps to be managed in the days ahead, and chances are Mahomes will carry an official designation on Kansas City's final injury report this coming Friday.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: High ankle sprain, per report

    Mahomes reportedly sustained a high-ankle sprain during Saturday's 27-20 divisional-round win over the Jaguars, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Per the report, X-rays on Mahomes' right ankle came up negative, with Adam Teicher of ESPN relaying that the QB is slated to undergo an MRI on Sunday. For his part, Mahomes has indicated that he expects to be "good to go" for next weekend's AFC Championship game, but at a minimum, look for his practice participation to be limited ahead of the contest.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Set for MRI on right ankle

    Mahomes is slated to undergo an MRI on his right ankle Sunday to determine the extent of the injury that he played through during Saturday's 27-20 divisional-round win against the Jaguars, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Mahomes was taken down awkwardly near the end of the first quarter, and while he finished out the possession, he yielded the offense to backup Chad Henne for the team's next drive as he underwent an X-ray that came back negative. Such news allowed the Chiefs to clear Mahomes to return, and he proceeded to finish out the game, completing 22 of 30 passes for 195 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions while rushing three times for eight yards. Afterward, he relayed to Nate Taylor of The Athletic that he'll "be ready to go" for next Sunday's AFC Championship Game, but Sunday's test likely will reveal what type of practice restrictions he'll be under in the coming days.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Overcomes ankle injury

    Mahomes (ankle) completed 22 of 30 passes for 195 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in Saturday's 27-20 win over the Jaguars. He added three rushes for eight yards. Mahomes started the game very well and orchestrated a 12-play, 83-yard touchdown drive on the Chiefs' first offensive possession. However, he suffered an ankle injury one drive later and was held out for the entire second quarter. Mahomes returned in the second half but was largely limited to throws in the short areas of the field to avoid any additional hits to his lower body. While that impacted his stat line, Mahomes still managed to lead Kansas City to the AFC Championship Game. After Saturday's victory, he confirmed that X-rays came back negative on his ankle, and that he would be ready to take on either the Bengals or Bills next week Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Back in Saturday's game

    Mahomes (ankle) returned to Saturday's divisional-round contest against the Jaguars, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. After hurting his right ankle late in the first quarter, Mahomes sat out most of the second quarter as he went to the locker room and then watched it from the sideline while Chad Henne led the Chiefs offense. Now that he's back in the game, though, Mahomes appears as if he'll attempt to gut out the injury with his ankle taped up.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Questionable to return

    Mahomes (ankle) is questionable to return to Saturday's divisional-round game versus the Jaguars. After getting taken to the ground awkwardly near end of the first quarter, Mahomes was visibly hobbled and favoring his right ankle, but he got it taped up between quarters and stayed in the game until a Harrison Butker field goal. During Jacksonville's ensuing drive, though, Mahomes eventually made his way to the locker room following conversations with coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs' training staff. While he returned to the sideline with a bigger tape job, Mahomes has yielded Kansas City's offense to backup quarterback Chad Henne.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Light workload in win

    Mahomes completed 18 of 26 passes for 202 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in Saturday's 31-13 win over the Raiders. He added three rushes for 29 yards. Mahomes made quick work of the Raiders defense on the Chiefs' first offensive possession, as he completed a deep 67-yard pass to Justin Watson prior to capping the drive with a two-yard pass to Jerick McKinnon to find the end zone. Kansas City continued to move the ball effectively throughout the game, though all three of the team's additional touchdowns came on the ground. With the game comfortably in hand, Mahomes attempted only nine passes in the second half. He'll end the regular season with 5,250 passing yards to go along with 41 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He'll be off next week with the Chiefs securing their first-round bye.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Top DFS Play

    The Chiefs love records, and both Mahomes and Travis Kelce have extravagant numbers to chase in Week 18. The Chiefs starters should play for as long as this game is competitive and based on the way Jarrett Stidham played against San Francisco, that could be the entire game. Mahomes has topped 400 yards twice against the Raiders in his career.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Goes for three scores Saturday

    Mahomes completed 16 of 28 pass attempts for 224 yards and two touchdowns while adding another score and eight rushing yards on two carries in Saturday's 24-10 win over the Seahawks. Mahomes didn't need to post gaudy numbers in this comfortable victory, as Seattle rarely threatened the decision after starting the second half down two scores. The 27-year-old's short rushing touchdown brought his season total up to four, doubling his previous career high. Mahomes and the Chiefs will close out the regular season with games against AFC West opponents in Weeks 17 and 18, beginning with a home tilt against the Broncos next Sunday. Denver boasts one of the stingiest pass defenses in the NFL, but Mahomes is a matchup-proof fantasy quarterback.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Helps Chiefs to division title

    Mahomes completed 36 of 41 passes for 336 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Chiefs' 30-24 overtime victory over the Texans on Sunday. He also rushed five times for 33 yards and another score, threw a two-point conversion pass and fumbled once but recovered. Mahomes' near-perfect afternoon ironically came during a surprising game-long struggle for the Chiefs, who were gunning for their seventh straight AFC West title. Kansas City was ultimately able to accomplish the feat thanks to key contributions from multiple players, with Mahomes connecting most often with Travis Kelce and JuJu Smith-Schuster. The star signal-caller tossed both of his scoring throws in the second quarter, hitting Jerick McKinnon and Marquez Valdes-Scantling from 20 and four yards out, respectively. Mahomes then scored a critical rushing touchdown from five yards out early in the fourth quarter and followed it up with a two-point conversion pass to McKinnon to give the Chiefs a three-point lead at the time. With the division title now secured, Mahomes will look to keep his now-11-win squad in contention for top playoff positioning during a Week 16 home battle against the Seahawks on Saturday afternoon.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: Overcomes mistakes in Denver

    Mahomes completed 28 of 42 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns with three interceptions in Sunday's 34-28 win over the Broncos. He also ran the ball three times for minus-3 yards. It's the first time in two years (Week 14 of 2020 against Miami) Mahomes got picked off three times, but his miscues only managed to let Denver hang around after Kansas City had jumped out to a 27-0 lead. Jerick McKinnon was surprisingly his biggest weapon, catching back-to-back TDs in the second quarter en route to Mahomes' seventh game this season with three or more touchdown passes. Expect him to be productive again in Week 15 against a Texans defense that just gave Dak Prescott a little trouble before giving up a 98-yard game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter.
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  • Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes: No limitations in practice

    Mahomes (foot) was a full practice participant Wednesday. The foot bruise he picked up in Sunday's loss to Cincinnati shouldn't be an issue for the upcoming matchup with Denver. Mahomes will be without wideout Mecole Hardman (abdomen) for at least one more week, while receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant and could be ready to rejoin the lineup.
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