The Chiefs have a rare losing streak having lost back-to-back games for what seems like the first time in Andy Reid’s tenure as coach. Kansas City has lost by one score or fewer in both contests and QB Patrick Mahomes is struggling a bit with turnovers early on. While he’s thrown for 940 yards and 9 TDs, he’s also thrown 3 INTs, a couple of them costly. This feels like a get-right spot for the Chiefs going on the road to face the Eagles, who were just embarrassed on national TV by the Dallas Cowboys.
Philly was embarrassed on national TV by the Cowboys in Week 3. It was a 41-21 rout in which QB Jalen Hurts threw 2 INTs, one that went for a TD. The Eagles only had two offensive scores and both came after the game was 27-7. RB Miles Sanders’ usage was a big talking point. He only had 2 carries for 27 yards in the entire game. The Eagles only trailed 14-7 after the first quarter and 20-7 at halftime, so there really isn’t much reason why Sanders didn’t get more work.
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