Lamar Jackson enhanced his MVP bid with his second perfect passer rating of the season as the Baltimore Ravens crushed the Cincinnati Bengals 49-13 in Week 10 of the NFL season.

Patrick Mahomes, the reigning MVP, was unable to lead the Kansas City Chiefs past the Tennessee Titans, despite throwing for over 400 yards in his return from a dislocated kneecap.

Elsewhere, the Atlanta Falcons claimed a shock win over the New Orleans Saints in Louisiana, while  the Jets claimed New York bragging rights over the Giants.

 

RAVENS KEEP ROLLING AGAINST WINLESS BENGALS

Baltimore, fresh from handing the New England Patriots their first loss last week, moved to 7-2 with a 49-13 annihilation of the winless Bengals.

Ravens quarterback Jackson once again impressed, completing 15 of 17 passes and tossing three scores, while ripping off a 47-yard touchdown run too.

Ryan Finley was making his NFL debut after the Bengals benched Andy Dalton, but the quarterback managed just 167 yards through the air and saw an interception returned to the house by Marcus Peters.

TITANS SNEAK PAST CHIEFS AS MAHOMES IMPRESSES ON RETURN

The Chiefs had Mahomes back from a two-game absence on Sunday and though he threw for 446 yards, it came in a losing cause as the Titans upset Kansas City in Nashville.

Tyreek Hill had 157 receiving yards and a score as the Chiefs put up 530 yards of offense, but Derrick Henry had 188 yards and two scores on the ground for Tennessee, who went ahead with 23 seconds remaining through Adam Humphries' 23-yard catch.

Kansas City lined up for a field goal that would have forced overtime, yet Harrison Butker's attempt was blocked.

FALCONS STUN SAINTS

The Falcons picked up just their second win of the season, while the Saints suffered only their second loss as Dan Quinn's team claimed a 26-9 triumph on the road, kicker Younghoe Koo making four field goals on his Atlanta debut.

Daniel Jones threw four touchdowns but the Giants lost 34-27 to the Jets in the clash between the two New York teams, while the Cleveland Browns beat the Buffalo Bills 19-16 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers claimed a 30-27 success over the Arizona Cardinals.

Matthew Stafford's streak of 136 successive starts came to an end as the Detroit Lions, for whom Jeff Driskel played at quarterback instead, were beaten 20-13 by the Chicago Bears.

Patrick Mahomes will return for the Kansas City Chiefs when they take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

The quarterback has not featured for the Chiefs since dislocating his right kneecap against the Denver Broncos on October 17 – a game Kansas won 30-6.

In Mahomes' absence, the Chiefs lost to the Green Bay Packers before overcoming the Minnesota Vikings 26-23, leaving them with a 6-3 record.

Matt Moore has been playing in place of Mahomes, who was selected as the 10th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but the 24-year-old will start in Week 10.

"I'm in a good spot,'' Mahomes told reporters on Friday. "I'm ready to get out there."

"I knew I had a chance once I talked to those doctors and they said as long as I was functioning well, moving well, I could play this week.

"Coach [Andy] Reid still wanted me to take it day by day. I went out here in practice and took the reps and I haven't had any pain or any setbacks, and so as long as we keep going with that I'm glad to be back out there.

"Hopefully it was kind of a fluke thing. I'll always be I guess a tad bit higher [at risk] than the regular person, but whenever you're out on the football field, there's always a chance of injury.''

Reigning NFL MVP Mahomes has passed for 2,180 yards and 15 touchdowns so far in 2019, registering just the one interception.

Andy Reid remains unsure when Patrick Mahomes will return for the Kansas City Chiefs, but the star quarterback is increasing his workload in practice.

Mahomes suffered a knee injury during the Chiefs' 30-6 win over the Denver Broncos on October 17.

The 2018 NFL MVP was expected to miss three weeks so could make a return against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Chiefs head coach Reid is still unsure if the 24-year-old will be available, saying Mahomes still had work to do to prove his fitness.

"I think it's going to be day to day," he told a news conference on Wednesday.

"We've got to see how he handles [it], he didn't take a ton of reps last week so we'll try increase them here a little bit and see how it works out."

Despite Mahomes' injury, the Chiefs are 6-3 this season and sit top of the AFC West.

Russell Wilson led the way as the high-flying Seattle Seahawks rallied to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40-34 in overtime, while the Miami Dolphins ended their NFL drought.

Seattle quarterback Wilson continued his MVP-calibre season by tying a career high with five touchdown passes for the Seahawks on Sunday.

The Seahawks star hit Jacob Hollister on a 10-yard touchdown on the opening possession of overtime in Seattle, where the home side trailed 21-7 midway through the second quarter.

Seattle also overcame Jason Myers' missed 40-yard field-goal attempt on the final play of regulation as the Seahawks improved to 7-2.

Wilson – who posted his third career game with five TD passes – was 29 of 43 for 378 yards, while Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston finished 29 of 44 passing.

After seven consecutive defeats, the Dolphins finally opened their 2019 account with a 26-18 victory against fellow strugglers the New York Jets.

Ryan Fitzpatrick inspired the Dolphins by throwing three touchdown passes as the Jets suffered their fourth successive loss to Miami.

 

Allen impresses in first start

Brandon Allen was the star of the show for the Denver Broncos. Allen – a fourth-year quarterback – capped his maiden NFL start by leading the Broncos to a 24-19 win over the Cleveland Browns. The 27-year-old, who was claimed off waivers from the Los Angeles Rams two months ago, threw for 193 yards on 12-of-20 passing.

Melvin Gordon had a pair of touchdowns as the Los Angeles Chargers snapped a three-game losing streak courtesy of a 26-11 win against the Green Bay Packers. Michael Badgley also kicked four field goals.

 

Bears lack bite against Eagles

It was a forgettable outing for the Chicago Bears, who went down 22-14 to the Philadelphia Eagles. Chicago had just nine yards in the first half and trailed 19-0 before the Bears got on the board in the third quarter. Mitchell Trubisky was 10 of 21 for 125 yards and was sacked three times as the Bears crashed to a fourth straight loss.

Sunday's results

Houston Texans 26-3 Jacksonville Jaguars
Buffalo Bills 24-9 Washington Redskins
Carolina Panthers 30-20 Tennessee Titans
Kansas City Chiefs 26-23 Minnesota Vikings
Miami Dolphins 26-18 New York Jets
Philadelphia Eagles 22-14 Chicago Bears
Pittsburgh Steelers 26-24 Indianapolis Colts
Oakland Raiders 31-24 Detroit Lions
Denver Broncos 24-19 Cleveland Browns
Los Angeles Chargers 26-11 Green Bay Packers
Seattle Seahawks 40-34 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OT)

Cowboys at Giants

The New York Giants (2-6) welcome the Dallas Cowboys (4-3) to MetLife Stadium on Monday. Dallas will be looking to post back-to-back wins after last month's victory over rivals the Eagles ended a three-game losing run.

The Kansas City Chiefs are once again without starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes for the Week 9 game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Mahomes had returned to practice this week, albeit on a limited basis, nearly three weeks after dislocating his right kneecap in a victory over the Denver Broncos.

According to reports, the reigning NFL MVP is "on the cusp" of making a comeback, but that will have to wait until next week's clash with the Tennessee Titans at the earliest.

With Mahomes still sidelined, the Chiefs will once again start Matt Moore, who threw for 267 yards and two touchdowns in the team's loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 8.

The Green Bay Packers were too good for the Kansas City Chiefs as they prevailed 31-24 in Sunday's NFL showdown.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers led the way for Green Bay, who improved to 7-1 for the season.

The Chiefs – playing without reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes – dropped to 5-3 following the loss in Kansas City.

 

Three takeaways from the Packers' win over the Chiefs

Packers must take better advantage of Aaron Jones

The Chiefs entered Sunday night's game ranked 30th in the NFL in rushing yards per game allowed (148.9) and yards per carry allowed (5.0). Not to mention Kansas City were playing without two starting defensive linemen.

So Green Bay came out with a heavy dose of running back Aaron Jones and backup Jamaal Williams, right?

Wrong. The Packers ran the ball only eight times for 27 yards in the first half and were unable to establish the ground attack until later in the game. That put Rodgers in some obvious passing situations, allowing Kansas City to bring extreme pressure.

Green Bay have sometimes seemed reluctant this season to establish the running game. For example, in the Packers' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4, Jones ran 13 times for 21 yards.

Green Bay have two solid running backs in Jones and Williams, who combined for four touchdowns against the Chiefs. Jones showed again that he has star potential — if given enough touches — racking up 226 yards from scrimmage and scoring two touchdowns, including a 67-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter.

Jones' performance demands more touches in the running and passing game.

Rodgers battled through a tough night to put up huge numbers

What more can be said that has not already been said about this quarterback who is bound for Canton? 

But in watching Rodgers struggle to avoid a fierce Chiefs pass rush, we once again witnessed his greatness.

The Chiefs frustrated Rodgers much of the game, pressuring him on more than half his passes. They sacked the veteran QB five times, a remarkable feat considering he had been sacked only six times in seven games entering the night. And when he was not sacked, Rodgers often had to scramble to avoid pressure. 

Yet Rodgers did what Rodgers always does — he finds a way to put up big numbers and excel in key situations. He finished with 305 yards, three touchdowns and one incredible play on a fourth-quarter TD pass to Williams.

It first appeared Rodgers was throwing the ball away. He said after the game he was throwing it up for tight end Jimmy Graham, but he thought Williams might grab it if Graham did not.

"That was one of the best, if not the best pass I've ever seen live and in person," Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur said. "That was incredible. I couldn't believe it ... It's just one of those plays that kinda leaves you speechless."

It was the type of pass that might be in the highlight tape when Rodgers in enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

Short-handed Chiefs exemplified 'next man up' mentality

The Chiefs entered the game seriously outmanned, missing six starters. Quarterback Mahomes was the highest-profile injury, but Kansas City were also missing left tackle Eric Fisher, left guard Andrew Wylie, defensive lineman Chris Jones, defensive end Frank Clark and cornerback Kendall Fuller. And right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and defensive end Alex Okafor left the game with ankle injuries.

Yet the Chiefs hung with the Packers to the very end, exemplifying the "next man up" mentality.

Matt Moore had a solid game in place of Mahomes, hitting on 24-of-36 passes for 267 yards and two scores. While everyone talks about the big weapons in the Chiefs' offense, like Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, there is a solid supporting cast of skill players behind them, including rookie wideout Mecole Hardman. The rookie speedster out of Georgia caught two passes for 55 yards.

It would have been fun to see both teams at full strength in this game (the Packers were notably missing star receiver Davante Adams). Still, the Chiefs have nothing to be ashamed about after this effort on a night when almost a third of their starters were sidelined.

Patrick Mahomes has failed to win his fitness battle for the Kansas City Chiefs' clash with the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

The Chiefs quarterback dislocated his right kneecap in Thursday's 30-6 triumph over the Denver Broncos.

Mahomes returned to practice in the week, going through throwing and individual drills, although back-up Matt Moore got the majority of reps.

The Chiefs had left open the possibility that Mahomes could play in Week 8, but they have not been willing to put a timeline on his return.

"He just wasn't ready," coach Andy Reid told reporters Friday. "He needs a little bit of time here."

Earlier in the week, Reid had said: "I think you just go off how he feels, and what the doctors say. I know people want a time. I don’t think you can do that with this injury."

Mahomes suffered the injury in the first half of Week 7's matchup and underwent an MRI exam that revealed there was no significant ligament damage.

Moore, a 12-year veteran back-up, will continue to fill the void. He stepped in after Mahomes got injured, completing 10 of 19 passes for 117 yards and one touchdown.

Quarterbacks around the league remain on the mend, but there is hope for some to return.

We dive into the injury updates around the league and more in this edition of NFL news and notes.

 

Three things that matter

Ryan misses second straight practice

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan suffered an ankle injury in Week 7 against the Los Angeles Rams and has been on the mend since. But given the team's lowly 1-6 record, it is unlikely the Falcons will rush Ryan back before he is ready.

In the meantime, the Falcons are reportedly preparing backup Matt Schaub to be "ready to go" in the event Ryan is unable to play against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Ryan has not missed a game since 2009, and his streak of 154 consecutive starts is the third-longest active streak in the NFL and second among quarterbacks behind the Chargers' Philip Rivers.

Mahomes on field for warmups despite injury

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is already back at practice despite suffering a dislocated kneecap and has yet to be ruled out against the Green Bay Packers, indicating he may indeed be active in Week 8.

Mahomes was not running, but he was active and seen throwing during the team's workout just one day earlier, which is way ahead of the initial three-week recovery timeline he was given.

Darnold back at practice after toenail removed

The New York Jets quarterback practiced on a limited basis on Thursday because he had a ripped toenail removed after Monday's loss to the New England Patriots.

"Toe's good," Sam Darnold told reporters. "Toe's really good. Working to get better every single day. They're just making sure that it's protected and they're making sure that my toe and my foot feels normal. They're making sure that the cleat feels normal to me like it usually does but also making sure it's protected."

Jets head coach Adam Gase reiterated his confidence that Darnold will still play against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Two things that don't matter

Dareus out four to six weeks after surgery

The Jaguars defensive tackle — who missed the team's season opener with an elbow injury — suffered a core injury during Jacksonville's victory over the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday and underwent surgery to repair the ailment Thursday.

Marcell Dareus has 13 tackles and a half sack through six games this season.

Drew Lock still "not ready to go" for Broncos

Denver Broncos general manager John Elway insisted rookie quarterback Drew Lock needs more time to heal and prepare for potentially taking over the starting role from veteran Joe Flacco.

"I will say this: The most important thing for a young quarterback is not to put him out there before he's ready," Elway said. "So that is the most important thing and if he's not ready, we're not going to put him out there. That is the key thing. And as you know dealing with quarterbacks, it's a very tough thing because if you don't put him in a situation where he has a chance to be successful and he's not successful, the whole roof will cave in. So we have to make sure that Drew is ready when he does get in there, if he does get in there.

"We're still in the process of evaluating that. He is not ready to go right now, I will tell you that."

One video you have to see

The Seahawks' elevator design is hilariously perfect.

Thursday's tweet of the day

Cleveland Browns receiver Jarvis Landry was quick to backtrack his comments about beating the Patriots.

Quarterbacks around the league are on the mend.

We dive into the latest injury updates around the league and more in this edition of NFL news and notes.

 

Three things that matter

Brees expects to play Week 8

While no definitive decision has been made, veteran New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees told reporters he anticipates he will be ready to take the field against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday after missing the last six weeks with a thumb injury.

Brees underwent surgery and sported a brace on his hand as he recovered but was seen throwing earlier this month. In his absence, Teddy Bridgewater has proven to be a reliable backup by winning five straight starts.

Mahomes throws at practice after knee injury

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was not running, but he was active during the team's workout and has yet to be ruled out for Week 8 against the Green Bay Packers. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid confirmed Matt Moore will get the majority of reps at practice this week, though Mahomes will toss the ball and take part in individual drills.

Reigning MVP Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap in last week's win over the Denver Broncos but reportedly could return in as soon as three weeks. The Chiefs are hopeful he could return in Week 11 against the Los Angeles Chargers, though they could choose to wait until after the team's Week 12 bye.

Darnold has ripped toenail removed

Another day, another odd setback for the New York Jets quarterback. Sam Darnold practiced on a limited basis Wednesday because he had a ripped toenail removed after Monday's loss to the New England Patriots. The good news is coach Adam Gase said Darnold will be able to participate in individual drills and is still expected to play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

"Sam will do individual drills, we'll evaluate him after," Gase told reporters. "Hoping to get seven-on-seven in, not sure if we're going to put him in team periods yet. Kind of that toe, we're just trying to make sure that he's good, feels good with the shoes that he's got.

"So we'll kind of progress as we go through practice. If he ends up getting a 'Did Not Participate', he'll at least do individual and then we'll see where he's at after that."

Two things that don't matter

Brady embracing career uncertainty

Patriots star Tom Brady is in his 20th season with the Super Bowl champions and said he wants to keep playing into his mid-40s, but he could become a free agent after this campaign, leaving his future with the franchise in question.

"That is the great part for me, I don't know," Brady said during his weekly appearance on WEEI's "The Greg Hill Show" in Boston. "I think that has been a unique situation that I have been in because I think when you commit to a team for a certain amount of years you kind feel like [there is] the responsibility to always fulfil the contract.

"One day I will wake up and I will feel like, 'OK, that will be enough'. When that day comes, that day comes. I don't know if it will be after this year. I don't know if it will be five years from now. I don't have to determine those things right now, either. That is kind of a good part of where I am at. Just take advantage of the opportunities that I have this year and do the very best I can do and then those decisions come at probably more appropriate times."

Reid motivated entering matchup with former team

The veteran safety has been preparing to face the 49ers since San Francisco opted not to re-sign him after the 2017 season, which ultimately paved his path to the Carolina Panthers.

"I just don't forget," Eric Reid told reporters.

Reid, who later filed a collusion grievance against the NFL along with quarterback Colin Kaepernick stating teams would not sign the pair due to their stances against social injustices, added he does not feel "bitter" or want "revenge," just a win.

One video you have to see

Kansas City are ready to light up Green Bay.

Wednesday's tweet of the day

Too soon, Myles Garrett.

Patrick Mahomes returned to practice for the Kansas City Chiefs less than a week after dislocating his kneecap.

The star quarterback's injury turned a few stomachs during last Thursday's victory over the Denver Broncos.

Kansas City previously indicated there would be a potential Week 11 return for the reigning MVP, but Mahomes has somehow yet to be ruled out of their meeting with the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Head coach Andy Reid told reporters on Wednesday that Matt Moore will get the majority of reps at practice, but Mahomes will throw and take part in individual drills.

Mahomes suffered the injury on a quarterback sneak in the first half against the Broncos. He then appeared to have his kneecap popped back into place on the field.

The cart was initially called out for Mahomes, but he was able to walk off the field on his own power.

"His knee didn't even look like a knee," tight end Travis Kelce said afterwards. "It was all out of whack. I couldn't even describe it."

Mahomes underwent an MRI exam the next day that revealed no significant ligament damage.

Moore, a 12-year veteran, completed 10 of 19 passes for 117 yards and one touchdown against Denver after Mahomes left the game and led Kansas City to a 30-6 win.

Patrick Mahomes has avoided significant damage despite dislocating his kneecap while in action for the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, according to reports.

Mahomes was taken off in the first half of the Chiefs' win over the Denver Broncos, having appeared to have his right knee popped back into place while still on the field.

The quarterback was set to undergo MRI scans on Friday, and the NFL Network later reported the 24-year-old had suffered no additional damage.

It was said Kansas City plan to have reigning NFL MVP Mahomes back on the field this season.

ESPN reported Mahomes could even be back in around three weeks in a best-case scenario.

Mahomes, who had been playing through an ankle problem, was able to leave the field without a cart and will now be aiming to lead the Chiefs in the playoffs.

The team are 5-2 through seven weeks, returning to winning ways on Thursday following back-to-back defeats to the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans.

Kansas City lost the AFC Championship game to eventual Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots last season as Mahomes enjoyed an outstanding sophomore year.

He threw 50 touchdowns in the 2018 regular season and had added another 15 this term before backup Matt Moore was required to step in against the Broncos.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes provided a positive early update on the knee injury which forced him out of his team's win over the Denver Broncos on Thursday night.

The reigning NFL MVP is thought to have dislocated his kneecap on a quarterback sneak in the second quarter of the Chiefs' 30-6 victory over the Broncos.

Mahomes was helped off the field after the fourth-down play and did not return to the game as backup Matt Moore filled in for a Chiefs team that improved to 5-2 with the win.

Shortly after the game, Mahomes posted on Twitter: "Awesome team win! Love my brothers! Thank you for all the prayers! Everything looking good so far!"

Reports suggest Mahomes will undergo an MRI on Friday to determine whether there is any ligament damage.

"His knee didn't even look like a knee," tight end Travis Kelce said in quotes published on ESPN. "It was all out of whack. I couldn't even describe it."

Mahomes has been battling an ankle problem in recent weeks, which made the play call on fourth down even more curious, yet Chiefs head coach Andy Reid defended the decision to use his star quarterback in such a way.

"Not too many people get hurt on a sneak," Reid argued. "It's a freak thing and it happens."

The Kansas City Chiefs ended their NFL skid by topping the Denver Broncos 30-6 after Patrick Mahomes left the game due to injury.

The normally struggling Broncos had been playing well as of late and entered the contest on a two-game win streak, while the Chiefs were facing their first three-gaming losing run since Mahomes took over as starting quarterback in 2018.

Ultimately, Kansas City triumphed and snapped a two-game losing streak away to the Broncos in Denver, where Mahomes hurt his knee and did not return in the second quarter.

 

Three takeaways from the Chiefs' road win over the Broncos

Reid's play-calling caused a serious problem

Long-time Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has been under fire this season for some questionable play-calling. Before Thursday, the most egregious error was not utilising Mahomes on a crucial fourth-and-one versus the Indianapolis Colts. The eventual loss in Week 5 started the team's losing streak.

Reid's latest mistake was a very questionable decision to use Mahomes, who has not been 100 per cent since injuring his ankle in that matchup with the Colts.

Mahomes tried to sneak his way through a crowded line to get a first down as the Chiefs were pressed up to the goal line in the second quarter. Once the pile cleared, reigning MVP Mahomes — who earned two yards on the play, enough for a new set of downs — was lying on top of his own lineman unable to get up. He remained on the ground, appeared to have his knee popped back into place and eventually limped to the locker room with assistance from trainers.

He was later ruled out for the remainder of the game with a knee injury. Mahomes finished 10-of-11 passing for 76 yards and one touchdown before exiting.

Matt Moore came in for the injured Mahomes. The Miami Dolphins scout-turned-backup quarterback finished 10-of-19 passing for 117 yards and one touchdown.

Chiefs' defense stepped up when they needed to the most

Kansas City's defense have not been able to do much as far as stopping their opponents, especially on the ground.

The Chiefs had allowed a 100-yard rusher in four consecutive weeks. The number would have increased to five if not for the Oakland Raiders' Josh Jacobs finishing with 99 yards on just 12 carries in Week 2.

However, against the Broncos, the Chiefs made a key stop on the ground when Denver attempted a two-point conversion after their only score of the night.

Later in the second half, the defense secured a sack fumble and returned it for a touchdown. It was a much-needed score considering it happened just a couple of plays after Mahomes left with his injury.

All in all, the defense played lights out, holding Denver to 205 total yards (71 of those on the ground) and sacking Joe Flacco eight times (nine in total). This is coming from a defense that had 11 total sacks entering the game.

Broncos went back to looking like ... the Broncos

It was a nice thought for Denver fans: the chance at a three-game winning streak and a near-.500 record. But the thought went away — and quickly.

The Broncos showed a glimpse of what they could do when Flacco led a 10-play, 75-yard scoring drive. It would, however, be the team's only highlight ... and score ... on the night.

From the sacks, to the 12 three-and-outs and the missed opportunities on defense, there is not much to take away from Denver's performance in a game they needed to win.

Flacco, who was booed by fans toward the end of the game, finished 21-of-34 passing for 213 yards with those eight sacks.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes became the fastest player to reach 7,500 career passing yards in the NFL.

Chiefs star Mahomes made history after hitting the mark in only 24 games during Thursday's clash with the Denver Broncos.

Mahomes' 13-yard pass to Chiefs team-mate Travis Kelce saw him surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner (27 games) for the record.

Reigning NFL MVP Mahomes etched himself into the history books prior to leaving the game with a knee injury.

Mahomes was ruled out for the remainder of the Chiefs-Broncos game after hurting his leg in the opening half in Denver.

The cart was initially called out for Mahomes, but he was able to walk off the field on his own power in the second quarter.

Mahomes had been dealing with an ankle injury coming into the game away to the Broncos.

Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes exited Thursday's NFL game against the Denver Broncos with a knee injury.

Reigning NFL MVP Mahomes appeared to hurt his leg after a quarterback sneak in the first half of the clash with the Broncos.

The cart was initially called out for Mahomes, but the Chiefs quarter was able to walk off the field on his own power in the second quarter.

Mahomes had been dealing with an ankle injury coming into the game at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver.

The Chiefs had lost their last two games to the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans.

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