After their 29-20 win over Washington on Monday night, the Kansas City Chiefs are the last unbeaten team left in the NFL. That’s an impressive feat, and it’s probably not something many people predicted would happen before the season began. With smart coaching, a handful of superstars, and a little bit of luck, the Chiefs look like a real contender.
Youth DeMarcus Ware Jersey The Browns took Garrett with the No. 1-overall pick in the NFL Draft this past April, widely assumed to be the safest pick in quite some time. He missed the Browns’ first four games because of a high-ankle sprain, but Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams said Friday Garrett had a good week, and a really good look in his eye.
Sunday, Garrett had eyes for Josh McCown, who he sacked twice. The first one came on his very first snap as a pro.
It was just a great call by Gregg (Williams) sending me inside, Garrett said via Cleveland.com. He jumps at me and I was just able to put a move on and make the play. His second sack came just after the two-minute warning.
The sacks are great, but Browns fans have to love how Garrett has clearly embraced Cleveland and some of its other favorite athletes, like J.R. Smith.
Mens Red Auerbach Jersey Football’s a cruel game. Watt had offseason back surgery before 2016, and he’d re-injure his back by the end of September. He played in three games. This year, he appeared in five. He’ll have been active for exactly 25 percent of these two regular seasons. He missed a decent little playoff run last year and will miss another this year, assuming Deshaun Watson and a still-solid defense can get Houston there.
Watt’s last play of the 2017 season looked like a freak thing. He engaged with Kansas City offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz and crumbled as he tried to round the edge, with no contact to his lower body. Watt was still hunting for his first sack of the year when he went to the ground, and it turns out he’s never going to get it.