Gladdale, Ariz. – This week, researchers at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and the Department of Environmental Health published an article in the journal Natural Health on the dangers of malnutrition and the harmful effects of certain foods. The study identified foods that can increase or decrease the amount of time in our lives.
What do you think this has to do with Friday night’s 17-10 victory over the Cardinals in Kansas City?
Well, I can’t help but wonder how many years of pre-racing games are killing everyone! We have all seen so much. The best thing to do then is to have just one more of them in the NFL before we really start to look into Week 1.
Where to start?
Asked in the first half of the week whether the Cardinals’ head coach, Cliff Kingsbury, could have an impact on his bosses, he said: “We will do what is right for us. They do what they think is best for them. But that does not change our plans.
Of course, Kingsbury did not intend to open the game with four consecutive three-and-a-half losses due to player error, but it did happen. In nine games, when the Cardinals ‘reduced in number’ and Murray completed a 1-of-4 pass for 2 yards, Qatar’s Killer Murray came out on top after the first three and three exits. When the wide receiver Rondale Moore ran for nine yards, the Cardinals did not get down in the first half.
At that point in the game, Kansas City won 134 yards out of 32 games, but were held to a 3-0 lead by Patrick Mahoms’ fourth in the final zone.
Murphy, who said he died in Dallas a few weeks ago, later said. I had to make up for it. ”
Mahoms, of course, was not much better than Morera, who was slightly better than Murray at 39.6 in 10 attempts, 18 attempts for 78 yards and 43.3 interceptions.
As a prelude, Chiefs’ fourth-seeded Chad Heine led the team to a 10-0 half-time lead in 49 seconds on a 6-game, 77-yard drive. Henne owned a 5-to-6 possession for Barron Pring 41 yards and 17 for McColl Hardman.
The Cardinals threatened to score in their next possession, but in the quarter-finals, Colt Makoi threw a poor ball into the bottom corner of the net.
In half an hour, the Chiefs played 42 cards for 218 yards and 25 for 79.
In the back of the quarter, Shane Buchelle opened the scoring in the second half and quickly led the way in 12 37 games, 87 in 37 37 and 17-0. Of the eight attempts, six were fewer than seven or more yards out of seven finishes, with the exception of Marcus Camp, a 36-yard touchdown pass that the captain took to the 20-yard line in Arizona. He then met Jericho Makinon in the back in a 5-yard touchdown pass.
In short, the Cardinals seem to be back as they were last week and the last few minutes are exciting. That did not happen.
Extensive receiver Greg Dortmund had a 15-yard touchdown pass through McCoy and scored 10 and 19 yards in the lead in the fourth quarter, led by Chris Streveler. 17-10. Henno Benjamin had a 15-yard run and after the Cardinals had a second-and-a-20 lead, Streveler connected with a narrow end to Ross Travis on the VV and 20-yard touchdowns, resulting in a touchdown.
Alas, the Cardinals never returned the ball. Kansas City took its 12-yard line with 8:58 to play Anthony Gordon in the quarterfinals. To finish the hour, he ran 18 plays, including three caretakers, and played Kipwayway.
Gordon was 7-for-7 for 42 yards, while Derek Gore carried eight times for 54 yards and the Chiefs had seven first touchdowns in his hands.
There was still little talk after that game because the fact is that most players will not be on the roster in Week 1. And while there are some, they don’t always play much with the game online.
Defenders Margus Hunt, Josh Mauro and Leki Foto, linebackers Tanner Valjo, Reggie Walker, Brison Young and Ezekiel Turner and defenders Tai Goan, Charles Washington, Jess Whittar and Picasso Nelson were on the cards.
That’s what pre-tournament football is all about.
“What will happen in our mind this week,” said DJ Humphris, acknowledging the fact that there are so many moving pieces on the field that it will be difficult to continue.
“But it’s still good to be out there,” he said.
“We were clearly not an attacker,” said Kingsbury. We have to do a lot. But it is always good to get a job. ”
Among those players were wide receiver Deander Hopkins, tight end Maxx Williams, linebackers Chandler Jones, Marcus Gold and Kylie Fats, cornerback Darill Worley and Darkes Denard and safety Chris Banjo.
Williams Kingsbury was diagnosed with something unrelated to COVID-19. During the week, Warly injured his right leg or ankle.
There was some good news when defender JJ Watt told ESPN on Monday that he would practice. Kingsbury affirmed, “It would be good to get him out there. Wat has not experienced a sore throat during a camp conditioner opening on July 27.
However, because of the virus protocols, the tight news was that Steve Heiden and the defensive assistant (perhaps Rusty McKinney or quality control coach Rob Grosso) were not in the game, which was even worse news for Covy. Kingbury said at the beginning of the camp that all coaches had been vaccinated.
“I think we are worried,” said Kingsbury for the first time this summer.
“Now is the time,” he told the Tennessee Titans in Nashville.