The Chiefs have had a tumultuous start to the season. QB Patrick Mahomes is throwing INTs like Brett Favre and the defense can’t stop a nose bleed. Kansas City has allowed at least 29 points in EVERY game so far in 2021. The offense will always be explosive, but if the Chiefs can’t make any stops, it won’t matter much. Now, Tyreek Hill is a bit banged up heading into Week 6 vs. Washington.
The Washington Football Team is coming off a 33-22 loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 5. WFT went back and forth with the Saints but were unable to stop them on offense. Allowing too many big plays was the problem, particularly in the secondary. QB Taylor Heinicke has been a bright spot filling in for Ryan Fitzpatrick and TE Ricky Seals-Jones stepped up with Logan Thomas on IR last week.
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