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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Mahomes took a hit on the right knee that recently had a dislocated kneecap on a second-half scramble. He looked for a few plays afterward like he was favoring the leg but reported no problems when the game was over. “I got hit on my knee for the first time,'' he said. “I'm kind of sitting there like ‘That's the first time I've taken a shot there.' I just kind of felt it. It felt fine. I just kind of got back up and kept going.''

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"There's not a lot of oxygen. But it's good oxygen, what we had. We were able to make the best of it. We used every bit of it toward the end there.'' -- Andy Reid on the effects of Mexico City's altitude.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"I felt every bit of it. I was out there struggling the whole time. The whole game I kept the oxygen on but I tried to fight through it.'' -- Chiefs safety Juan Thornhill on playing at altitude of about 7,300 feet in Mexico City.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

"As a defense, that's one of the things you pray for." — Frank Clark on the many defensive opportunities in the fourth quarter to finish off the Chargers.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Damien Williams will not return because of a rib injury.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Workers are trying to fill divots at halftime.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs RB Damien Williams is questionable to return with a rib injury

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

63 passing yards are a career low for a first half for Patrick Mahomes. Previous low was 65

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll confirmed that Mychal Kendricks' sentencing date has been postponed until after the season, as ESPN reported, and said: "Really happy for him that he has that peace of mind as he works through the season. There's nothing done. I have no statement about any of it, what it means, but I know just for him it gives him the peace of mind for this football season and he can really stay focused and all that. He's done a marvelous job under the circumstances and I'm real happy for him."

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll said he was "disappointed" that the Seahawks couldn't watch Colin Kaepernick's workout as a result of the change of venue on Saturday. Carroll confirmed they sent someone to the Falcons' practice facility for the workout, as ESPN reported, "but we couldn't stay with the changes that happened. We missed it. We were real curious. I was real curious to see how the workout went. Just competing as always." Carroll said he's seen some of the video that Kaepernick's agent sent to teams.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyreek Hill just went to the Chiefs locker room. Trainers were looking at him during last Chargers possession.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

A couple of WR updates: Sean McVay said Monday that there's no update on Robert Woods, who was inactive and absent from Sunday's game because of a personal matter. However, McVay said that he anticipates Brandin Cooks will be available Monday night against the Ravens.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll said Tyler Lockett is "doing better" after suffering a leg bruise last Monday that forced him to spend two nights at Stanford Hospital. "We'll know later in the week his status," Carroll said. "We're hoping – planning on him being able to play [Sunday at Philadelphia] but yet he's got to show it to us, so we'll see." Luke Willson (hamstring) is unlikely to play against the Eagles, Carroll said, but there's a "a really good chance" Ed Dickson (knee) is activated off IR this week.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs held the Chargers to a field goal on the opening possession but the Chargers had an easy time getting into the red zone. The Chiefs went after Philip Rivers with extra rushers on the two longest plays of the drive. Rivers got rid of the ball before they could get to him.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs get back two injured starting offensive linemen, Eric Fisher and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, for tonight's game. The Chief could have their original starting offensive line for the first time since Week 2 against the Raiders.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs inactive players for tonight/s game against the Chargers: CB Kendall Fuller, RB Darwin Thompson, QB Chad Henne, OL Jackson Barton, OL Nick Allegretti, TE Blake Bell, DE Alex Okafor

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

RBs Damien Williams and LeSean McCoy are active for the Chiefs tonight against the Chargers.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams offensive line averaged a pass-block win rate of 53.7 percent through 10 weeks. On Sunday night, against the Bears, their pass-block win rate jumped to 78.6 percent, their best rate of the season, despite relying on three first-year starters and moving Austin Blythe from OG to C.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

When J.J. Watt has not been on the field, the Texans have recorded a pass rush win rate of 29%. That would rank 31st in the NFL, only ahead of the Lions. (ESPN metric, NFL Next Gen Stats data)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Anthony Brown will undergo surgery on a torn triceps suffered late in the win at Detroit as soon as Tuesday, according to coach Jason Garrett. Jourdan Lewis will take over full-time in the slot and the Cowboys also have C.J. Goodwin in dime package situations. Garrett said the team will discuss internal options, like Donovan Olumba, a cornerback on the practice squad, as well as external options before making a final decision on Brown's roster spot.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers owner David Tepper in his meeting with media allowed that "losing is sh----'' and you should feel "sh----'' when you lose. He also made it clear all options are on the table with quarterback Cam Newton, but before anything the team has to know Newton is completely healthy.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers owner David Tepper met with media today and expressed his dissatisfaction with losing. He made it clear without addressing the future of management or the coaching staff he will not accept long-term mediocrity.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield's $12,500 fine for criticizing officiating after the Seahawks game has been overturned after the QB won his appeal, per source. The criticism was deemed not strong enough to warrant a fine. After a 32-28 loss to Seattle, Mayfield said, “I'll probably get fined for saying this, but it was pretty bad today.'' Mayfield was referencing a controversial blindside blocking penalty against WR Jarvis Landry

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is 26th in the NFL in rushing with 418 yards on 67 carries. He's the only player in the top 29 in rushing with fewer than 100 carries. He also has more yards than running backs like Tevin Coleman, Saquon Barkley, Latavius Murray, LeSean McCoy and Devonta Freeman.