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Why Zach Ertz’s new contract makes sense for Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles inked both of their tight ends to new contracts Monday as both Zach Ertz and Brent Celek signed contract extensions to remain with the Eagles at least through 2019. Once the deals were signed, many criticized the Ertz extension of five years, $42 million as too pricey for the young tight end. The deal makes Ertz the fourth-highest paid tight end in the league...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Defending Andy Reid

The Kansas City Chiefs magical run of 11-straight wins ended in the divisional round of the playoffs against the New England Patriots, and with it came the end of another season. Coach Andy Reid was able to turn around a 1-5 team and eventually make the playoffs. During the team’s final drive of the season, Reid’s clock management came into question, as it has before during his...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid defends clock management against Patriots

Andy Reid once again found himself defending his team’s clock management after last week’s playoff loss at New England. With the Chiefs down two touchdowns and 6:29 remaining on the clock, the team embarked on a methodical drive that ended with a touchdown, but left Kansas City with just over a minute to go, forcing them to recover an onside kick to have any chance of winning...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid is, naturally, defending his awful clock management

Andy Reid was largely criticized for his clock management during the Chiefs’ 27-20 AFC Divisional Round loss against the New England Patriots, and rightfully so. Recently hired Eagles coach, and former Chiefs offensive coordinator, Doug Pederson defended Reid’s clock management, saying that the Chiefs did not want to give Tom Brady the ball back, via ESPN: “It took us...
Via The Comeback
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid defends Chiefs’ clock management against Patriots

Andy Reid is alone on an island thinking his Kansas City Chiefs handled the clock correctly at the end of the AFC divisional matchup against the New England Patriots last weekend. Speaking with 610 Sports Radio’s “The Drive” show on Thursday, Reid defended his team’s snail’s-pace scoring drive late in the fourth quarter: “I think clock management’s very important...
Via Sportsnaut
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid trolled by watch company over clock management

One of the constant criticisms of Andy Reid throughout his otherwise successful head coaching career is his underwhelming acumen when it comes to the issue of clock management. Reid’s inability to manage the clock with any efficiency during crunch time is being blamed for how the Kansas City Chiefs came up short in its divisional round showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs last...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Divisional playoffs in stupid, feat. Andy Reid

In the playoffs, every decision becomes enhanced. That includes the stupid ones, which is why it’s easy to keep providing readers with This weekend in NFL stupid despite the lower quantity of games. This week’s winner is obvious. Congratulations, Andy Reid! Did the Kansas City Chiefs think there was a fifth quarter? This wasn’t the first time Reid’s offense moved at a famously...
Via This Given Sunday
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid: Chiefs had headset problems against Patriots

The Patriots advanced to yet another AFC Championship Game with a win over the Chiefs Saturday night. As usual, the conspiracy theories have been rolling in. Kansas City coach Andy Reid said after the game that his team experienced some issues with their electronic communications in the first half. Apparently quarterback Alex Smith was unable to hear the calls from the coaching...
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid downplays Chiefs' brutal clock management

FOXBORO, Mass. — Trailing the New England Patriots by 14 points with just 6:29 remaining, the Kansas City Chiefs needed a touchdown. They accomplished that task, but not before all but blowing the Saturday’s AFC Divisional Playoff matchup with some brutal clock management. The Chiefs’ embarked on a glacial, five minute, 16 second drive that finally ended on Charcandrick...
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Maclin’s high ankle sprain is ‘mild,’ could practice this week

It’s going to be all hands on deck for the Kansas City Chiefs if they want to pull off the road upset against the New England Patriots on Sunday. But fortunately, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin may be one of those hands after all. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid called Maclin’s high-ankle sprain “mild” on Tuesday, saying that the Pro Bowl wideout could even return to practice later...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

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