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chiefStats: Five stats to watch in the Chiefs’ game against the Chargers Welcome to the first week of the regular season White Anthony Hitchens Jersey , as well as the first issue of “chiefStats.“ Each week we will weed out five topics and discuss the statistics surrounding them leading up to the game.I am hoping to offer unique content through the season that will only be discussed here. I am also excited to announce this article will be complemented with a video discussing one of the topics. I am excited for this new setup, and at the same time, any feedback is more than welcome.Now let’s get down to the five topics:1. Who is Philip Rivers’ Father?Fortunately for me, I made a video with images. So I can plop them in the article and discuss.So you’re telling me that Bob Sutton has basically turned Philip Rivers into Kansas City’s average year from Matt Cassel? For all the crap Chiefs fans have given Bob Sutton (some of it deserved), the Chiefs defense has done great against Rivers.So perhaps Bob Sutton is Rivers’ father...No. 2 Is Keenan Allen’s Presence Relevant?So we all know Keenan Allen has a checkered injury history. He has missed 27 games over the course of his career - that’s roughly one-third of his potential starts. The question is, does Allen’s presence on the field swing things in the Chargers’ favor?The Chargers have played terribly on offense without Allen against the Chiefs. 10 points per game is an embarrassment.If you look more closely at the numbers you’ll see that Keenan Allen boosts the number of wins for the Chargers, he boosts Rivers’ stats, and he boosts his team’s overall offense.So to answer the question, yes Keenan Allen is relevant in this game and I hope the Chiefs are prepared to stop him.No. 3 No Marcus Peters (Oh noooooeeesss)I get it, hot topic, but it’s in the past. I don’t like talking about the past, but I saw a number of Chiefs fans say the following on Twitter this week:The reason the Chiefs defense has done well against the Chargers is only due to Marcus Peters, nothing else.So I felt it was a valid question — Was Peters mostly to credit for the Chiefs defensive success against Rivers?For starters, Peters’ replacement — Kendall Fuller — actually graded out higher on Pro Football Focus than Peters in 2017. This means the individuals who watch countless hours of tape believe Fuller to be better than Peters.Because of Fuller’s presence, I believe not having Peters in this game is a wash. Let’s look at the numbers though...The difference between having Peters and not having Peters is night and day.With Peters on the field Rivers averages an astounding 1.7 interceptions per game. If you stretch that number for an entire season, that’s 27 interceptions a year!Also to note is the Chargers’ offense scores 10 less points per game with Peters on the field when compared to the Chiefs not having Peters on the field.So while I believe adding Fuller neutralizes the loss of Peters , looking at these numbers does have me slightly concerned.We all love the interceptions Peters was able to generate while in Kansas City, and I believe Peters is a better ball hawk than Fuller. However, I also believe Fuller is a better cover corner than Peters.I hate to say it, but at this point in time, I have no idea if Peters’ absence will mean anything for the Chiefs. We’re going to have to wait and see how this plays out, but I do believe the move from Peters to Fuller is a wash... so if that’s true shouldn’t the Chiefs defense play well?4. What’s up, Gus?Which Gus are we talking about? Well, that would be Gus Bradley, the Chargers’ defensive coordinator.In 2009 Bradley took over the defensive coordinator position for the Seattle Seahawks. While working as the Seahawks DC, Bradley gradually turned their defense into one of the best units in the entire NFL. Bradley was largely responsible for the construction of the Legion of Boom which won a Super Bowl in 2013.Before Bradley could be part of that Super Bowl team, he chose to take a head coaching position at Jacksonville. While at Jacksonville the team struggled to win games, but if you look at the improvement to the Jaguars secondary under Bradley, it’s hard not to see why he is considered one of the best defensive coaches in the NFL.Bradley converted a terrible Seahawks defense, and a bad Jaguars defense, into absolutely dominant defensive units. If you look at the Chargers’ progress with Bradley, you can see he’s doing the same again — assembling a very stout defense.The Chargers had great passing and overall defense in 2017. Needless to say Youth Chris Jones Jersey , things won’t be easy for Patrick Mahomes on Sunday.However, even with the Chargers’ great success on defense, they were dead last in the NFL in yards per rushing attempt allowed. It could be the Chiefs decide to run the ball more often than usual on Sunday, and they have the personnel to do it.It could be Kareem Hunt and Spencer Ware saying, “Whats up, Gus?” all game long Sunday.5. Preseason MahomesMahomes had a great preseason, and the numbers agree with me.Mahomes’ completion percentage and yards per attempt in the preseason would have finished at first overall in 2017. Very impressive.Needless to say, if Mahomes can continue his preseason play into the Chargers game the Chiefs should win. It won’t be easy though, since he’s facing a tough Gus Bradley defense.I also think it’s unfair to expect Mahomes to average a quarterback rating at or above 103, but if he can have several games where he eclipses that mark the Chiefs will win most of them.I’m very interested to see how and if Mahomes carries his preseason success into the regular season.Patrick Mahomes Week 5 Film Review: something improved and something that needs improvement This is part three of a three-part weekly film analysis on the performance of Patrick Mahomes.Part one here, part two here.Something improvedThe most fun part about watching Mahomes is knowing and seeing that he’s just getting started and continues to improve on a weekly basis. The reps are going to bring plenty of experience and it seems as though he is maximizing every new opportunity and milking as much intel out of each play as he can.Over time, as he continues to get more and more thrown at him, you’re seeing his ability to process plays more quickly. His preparation during the week and experience he’s gaining is allowing him to work through progressions quicker every week. He’s prepared for the coverages he’ll see and is able to get off routes in his progression quickly because of his understanding of how the defense is playing him.He’s aware of coverage structure and knows who should be there and who shouldn’t. Every week, we see more confidence to throw to voids. Some of the things he’s showed in this cut-up of plays from Jacksonville:Play One (first two shots); Understanding coverage and knowing where the void will be for Kelce. Throws with anticipation and confidence, even though it’s ultimately incomplete.Play Two: Working through his progression on the boot, knowing he has Conley working to him from the backside of the play White Cameron Erving Jersey , Smith clears and he has space to deliver the ball. Also great use of a high elbow to keep the short throw over the top of the defender.Play Three: With the corner cleared, knowing he has that underneath defender caught in a “can’t be right” situation. The way the defender started driving on the route to the flats makes me think Mahomes might have manipulated the coverage.Play Four: Understanding coverage and leverage, knowing that if the ball is on time and accurate on the out route, the defender doesn’t have a chance. Good velocity to deliver the ball in time for an easy catch.Mahomes is seeing the field well and processing the plays at a very high level that will only grow over time. There is a lot to be excited about.Needs improvementMahomes talked about what went wrong with this throw after the game.He said he over-strided. It’s a common issue for players with pitching backgrounds. He’s mentioned it throughout training camp and after games, and it seems like a focal point for him from a mechanical perspective.Players with backgrounds as a pitcher are used to making long extensions when delivering pitches. I suffered that, going back and forth between football and baseball in my college career. It takes time to completely eliminate those learned movements and in certain situations, you sometimes lean on those old habits. Over-striding can lead to timing thrown off on your delivery and more importantly affect your release point. Balls tend to sail when you over-stride. You’re also allowing more time for things to break down mechanically on the delivery of the ball. You never want a bail to sail in the middle of the field, and that’s obviously what happened on Sunday. It was a bad time for that mechanical breakdown.It will take more reps to eliminate it completely, but it rarely rears its ugly head, but it seems like something he’s mindful of. I don’t anticipate it being a continual issue, but you see minor relapses at times. Hopefully, we don’t see it result in any more turnovers moving forward.Miss this week’s episode of the AP Laboratory?If you can’t see the player, click here.Links: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Art 19
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