The Chiefs have invented lots of creative ways to move the ball since Patrick Mahomes became their quarterback, but their Monday night approach against the Bills ran out of bells and whistles
They ran the ball 46 times for a record 245 yards in the 26-17 win This was only the second time they ran more than they passed with Mahomes in the lineup and it was the most times a team coached by Andy Reid had ever run the ball in a single match
First-round pick Clyde Edwards-Helaire was at the forefront of the offense He had 161 yards on 26 carries just days after the Chiefs signed Le’Veon Bell to join him in the backfield Monday’s outing showed why the Chiefs would likely be okay with moving forward without Bell, but Edwards-Helaire appeared ready to welcome his new teammate with open arms
“Speaking to Le’Veon he’s another piece of the puzzle,” Edwards-Helaire said, via TheAthleticcom’s Nate Taylor “From there I just feel like we can only go up Le’Veon is older than me I’m still in my first year, so ultimately whatever I can do to choose his brain and gain knowledge of him, that’s what I’m here for «
It remains to be seen how Bell fits into the Chiefs’ attack, but the prospect of him making the unit even more menacing is one that future Chiefs opponents will be wary of this season.
Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, NFL, Patrick Mahomes II, Monday Night Football
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