1. Davis should get another heavy workload
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"Expect another heavy workload for Knile Davis this weekend. Rookie De'Anthony Thomas might be available for the first time in his NFL career, but Jamaal Charles is unlikely to play for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday when they play the Dolphins in Miami.
Coach Andy Reid said Charles has a high ankle sprain, and though Reid didn't rule him out of the Dolphins' game, he would probably need more recovery time before he's ready to play." READ MORE…
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2. Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has high ankle sprain
By Sam McDowell - The Kansas City Star
"Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) left the game after this first quarter play on a two- yard run against the Denver Broncos on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Co. Charles did not return and the Chiefs lost 24-17.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles suffered a high ankle sprain, and safety Eric Berry sprained an ankle in Sunday's loss at Denver, coach Andy Reid said Monday." READ MORE…
3. 3 in the Kee: Is the magic of Dave Toub gone for good?
By Sean Keeler - FOX Sports Kansas City
"In the return game, until we get a healthy De'Anthony Thomas in there, it might be too early to fairly (or realistically) judge. Frankie Hammond Jr. looked better on kick returns (one for 37 yards on Sunday) than Week 1, but it's a different dimension, a different look, when you have someone back there that opposing coordinators respect -- or fear. Hammond Jr. (six punt returns, 8.16 yards per runback), for all his quicks, isn't DAT. Then again, who is?" READ MORE…
4. There are no moral victories, but Chiefs showed improvement Sunday
By Sam Mellinger - The Kansas City Star
"Moral victories are for arguments with your spouse, not NFL games, so the company line is tight and consistent here.
"We're by no means in the business of moral victories," Chiefs coach Andy Reid says." READ MORE…
5. The Film Don't Lie: Chiefs
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"A weekly look at what the Kansas City Chiefs must fix:
The Chiefs are one of four teams yet to force their opponent to commit a turnover. That's one reason the Chiefs are 0-2 going into Sunday's game against the Dolphins in Miami. Their defensive system is based on pressuring the opponent into making mistakes, and the Chiefs have failed in that regard so far. The Chiefs' pass rush has otherwise been productive. It has a sack on 8.5 percent of its opponents' pass attempts, which ranks eighth in the league. In their 9-0 start last season, the Chiefs led the NFL with 23 takeaways and five defensive touchdowns." READ MORE…
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