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NFL: Chiefs, the next victim of the Titans?

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RDS2 and RDS Direct present the game between the Chiefs and the Titans from 1 p.m.

PRE-MATCH

The Tennessee Titans have the opportunity this afternoon, against the Kansas City Chiefs, to prove to all their rivals in the American Association that they should be wary of them.

The Titans (4-2) have won four of their last five games, including the most recent Monday night against the mighty Buffalo Bills.

With a 3-3 record that earned them third place in the West American Division standings, the Chiefs are in catch-up mode after a difficult start to the season. Division champions for the past five years, the Chiefs are currently ahead of the Los Angeles Chargers (4-2) and the Las Vegas Raiders (4-2). They will try to sign a second win in a row.

To do this, they will obviously have to brake the running back Derrick Henry. The latter has amassed at least 100 rushing yards in five straight games and leads the NFL in total rushing yards and touchdowns by ground (10).

The Chiefs are averaging 133.2 rushing yards per game on 27e performance in the NFL.

Moreover, no other team has suffered more turnovers than the Chiefs. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has eight interceptions to his record. He’s added at least one to his record in each of his last five games.

Brady takes on the Bears
RDS2, RDS Direct – 16 h

PRE-MATCH

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to extend their winning streak to four this afternoon when they host the Chicago Bears.

The Bears (3-3) are one of four teams to beat the Bucs in the 2020 season. In Week 5, they had the best 20-19 at Soldier Field.

The Buccaneers’ attack (5-1), which will be deprived of wide-winger Rob Gronkowski and receiver Antonio Brown, is in full swing this season. She has scored at least 28 points in four of her six games and averages over 400 yards per game. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady leads the NFL with 2,064 yards and 17 touchdown passes put him at 2e rank behind Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (18).

The Bears offense, led by rookie Justin Fields, is in the bottom of the circuit overall. The Bears, who are 2-2 with Fields as a starter, are the only NFL team to average more rushing yards (129) than air yards (117.2) each. meet.

Add to that the Bucs are allowing 54.8 rushing yards on average per game, the best yield in the NFL, and you’ve got a tall order for the Bears.

Garoppolo’s return
RDS, RDS Direct – 20 h

PRE-MATCH

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo will make a comeback tonight against the Indianapolis Colts.

Injured in the right calf, Garoppolo missed the last game of the 49ers, before a week off. Rookie Trey Lance replaced him two weeks ago against the Arizona Cardinals, but he injured his left knee and won’t be able to play tonight.

The 49ers (2-3) have lost their last three games.

The Colts (2-4) will try to maintain the pace imposed by the Tennessee Titans (4-2), who dominate the South Division of the American. They will be looking for a second straight win for the first time this season after outscoring the Houston Texans 31-3 last week.

In his first season with the Colts, quarterback Carson Wentz is having a good time with 1,545 yards, 9 touchdowns and an interception. The Colts’ ground game is one to watch. Running back Jonathan Taylor has amassed at least 100 yards in two of his last three games.

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