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2-0, 1st in AFC West
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FPI likes Chiefs in Carson

Nobody's averaging as many yards per play and yards per rush than the Chiefs, and ESPN's FPI is giving Kansas City nearly a 60 percent chance to win on the road over its AFC West rival, which is currently allowing the sixth-most rushing yards in the NFL.

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13hMel Kiper Jr.

Kiper's Rookie Big Board: Don't sleep on these RBs

The top player in Mel Kiper's ranking of the NFL's best rookies this season was the sixth running back taken in the 2017 draft. Kareem Hunt isn't the only RB from a terrific class on this list.

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Chiefs look to break down the Chargers in Week 3 (0:45)
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AFC West cruising and a QB in trouble in Week 3 (1:09)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Houston won't practice today for Chiefs because of illness.

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QB Smith hopes Mahomes 'sits for a long time'

Chiefs QB Alex Smith says that "without a doubt" he wants to finish his career in Kansas City and that as a native San Diegan, he understands the sting of losing the Chargers.

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2dMike Sando

NFL evaluators make picks on Week 3's best games

We gathered a panel of NFL execs to break down the five biggest games in Week 3. Who wins Chiefs-Chargers, Raiders-Redskins, Seahawks-Titans, Falcons-Lions and Cowboys-Cardinals?

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said he's impressed how his Chiefs counterpart, Alex Smith, has diffused what could have been an awkward situation. The Chiefs drafted QB Patrick Mahomes II in the first round. “Obviously it's from afar but it seems like Alex has handled it absolutely as good as it can be handled, not only the way he's handled it from a media standpoint but just the way he's handled it with his play . . . I don't think there's any question who the quarterback of that team is,'' Rivers said. The Chiefs and Chargers meet on Sunday in Los Angeles.

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Raiders to test Chiefs' Super Bowl potential (1:52)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The most interesting thing about Chiefs lineman Chris Jones being named AFC defensive player of the week is that he played only 32 snaps out of a possible 72 in Sunday's win over the Eagles. Jones missed much of training camp after having arthroscopic knee surgery and the Chiefs are working him back into the playing rotation. He didn't start against the Eagles, but still managed three sacks, an interception and two forced fumbles.

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FPI ranks best games of NFL Week 3

The classic AFC West matchup between the Chiefs and Chargers will shift to the StubHub Center, where the (perhaps-less-than capacity?) crowd will be treated to what FPI projects as Week 3's highest-quality contest.

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NFL Insiders predict: Week 3 upsets, fantasy flops, more

Can the Chargers find their first win of 2017 against the Chiefs? Which top fantasy wide receiver should you bench? Which 2-0 team is most at risk of not making the playoffs? Our experts weigh in.

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3dDan Graziano

What we learned (and didn't learn) in Week 2

Will Kareem Hunt be the best of the rookie running backs? Scouts agree he's an excellent runner, but there are still areas where he needs to prove himself.

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Week 3 NFL Power Rankings: Let's be optimistic

The Falcons shook their 28-3 demons (for now). The Chiefs are living up to the Week 1 hype. Even the Jets have a reason to hope. Here's how our experts stack all 32 teams after two weeks.

Team Stats

Passing Yards292.05th
Rushing Yards148.52nd
Points For34.53rd
Points Against23.523rd

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