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RankTeamStatusW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) +1
     
7-4-0.636W382,106.701,913.90
Division 1: Steel Blue
       Points
RankTeamStatusW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) +1
     
7-4-0.636W382,106.701,913.90
2 (2) -1
     
7-4-0.636L271,997.902,000.25
3 (6) -2
     
5-6-0.455L151,893.251,902.80
4 (7) +1
     
5-6-0.455W141,856.901,916.05
5 (8) -2
     
5-6-0.455L131,761.751,895.90
Division 2: Battle Red
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RankTeamStatusW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (3)
     
6-5-0.545L1102,051.051,880.20
2 (4) +1
     
6-5-0.545W191,868.201,749.35
3 (5) +2
     
5-6-0.455W162,102.602,022.55
4 (9) +1
     
5-6-0.455W221,695.851,855.75
5 (10) -1
     
4-7-0.364L211,688.801,886.25
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  • 11/20, 10:06 pm
    • Davis had two carries for two...

      Davis had two carries for two yards in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Jamaal Charles rarely left the field in a close game, leaving Davis with little opportunity to make an impact. One of Davis' carries went for a three-yard gain on first down, while the other went for a one-yard loss on third-and-one. Davis could see extra work in blowouts, but with the Chiefs in the midst of a tight playoff race, Charles is going to dominate the workload when healthy.

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  • 11/20, 10:02 pm
    • Bowe caught 3-of-5 targets for 42...

      Bowe caught 3-of-5 targets for 42 yards in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Bowe seemed to be headed in the right direction a few weeks back, but he now has just five receptions for 60 yards on nine targets over the last two games. He has also yet to score a touchdown this season, as is the case for every other Kansas City wideout. Bowe does lead the team in targets, but that says more about the Chiefs' offense than his own role, as he's on pace for just 99 looks.

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  • 11/20, 9:58 pm
    • Kelce caught 4-of-5 targets for 67...

      Kelce caught 4-of-5 targets for 67 yards in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: This was a nice microcosm of Kelce's season, as he looked good on the opportunities he got, yet still fell short of six targets for a sixth time in the last seven games. After playing nearly every snap in Anthony Fasano's absence in Week 11, Kelce watched his fellow tight end return to action with a 2-30-1 receiving line on two targets. However, according to Nathan Jahnke of Pro Football Focus, Kelce still played 94 percent of the offensive snaps, which easily represents his second-best total of the season. That doesn't necessarily mean he'll see a major increase in targets, but it's at least a step in the right direction.

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  • 11/20, 9:44 pm
    • Smith completed 20-of-36 passes for 234...

      Smith completed 20-of-36 passes for 234 yards, with two touchdowns and no interception in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders. He added five yard on two carries.

      Analysis: This is one of the better stat lines you'll see from Smith, but he didn't actually play one of his better games. While the lack of aggressive downfield throws is to be expected at this point, Smith typically does well with his composure in the pocket and short accuracy, both of which were problems for most of Thursday's game. Even in leading the Chiefs to back-to-back touchdown drives to tie the game, Smith mostly just hit wide-open receivers on botched coverages by the Oakland defense. The Chiefs may need another 35+ pass attempts from Smith next week against the Broncos, but that doesn't change the reality of his limited weekly ceiling.

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  • 11/20, 9:38 pm
    • Charles had 19 carries for 80...

      Charles had 19 carries for 80 yards, adding four receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown, in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Charles had just six touches in the second half, but one of those was an impressive catch-and-run for a game-tying, 30-yard touchdown. The Kansas City offense often seems to ignore its best player at the oddest of times, yet Charles rarely lacks for touches when you look at the box score. It thus remains more of an issue for the team than Charles' owners, as the speedy running back has at least 88 scrimmage yards and one touchdown in each of his last six games. Next week's matchup with the Broncos is a tough one, but so were Charles' Week 10 and 11 matchups against the Bills and Seahawks.

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