Kansas City Chiefs
It made sense that Andy Reid spoke in baseball metaphors after Kansas City whipped the New England Patriots on Monday night, with the Royals poised to end a long playoff drought just across the parking lot from Arrowhead Stadium.
Things have looked very differently for the Miami Dolphins during their first four games of the season.
The Miami Dolphins had to deal with some off-field issues in the week leading up to their game against the Oakland Raiders in London, England, and everything seemed to revolve around the teams quarterback.
Ryan Tannehill may remain the starting quarterback at least through the Miami Dolphins’ trip to London, but he could use some better performances to solidify his hold on that spot heading into a bye week.
Following a pair of extremely frustrating losses, the Miami Dolphins will travel across the Atlantic to face the Oakland Raiders this Sunday at Wembely Stadium in London, England.
With everyone trying to pretend this is just a normal week of practice, perhaps the best plan of action for the Oakland Raiders is to embrace the abnormality of being in London, and hope something positive happens.
Wide receiver Mike Wallace concedes that he needs to have better production in a sputtering Dolphins offense, even though he has been more involved and is being utilized in more ways than last season.
Following the Miami Dolphins loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, the team has been left searching for answers on several fronts.
Despite being extremely short-handed, the Kansas City Chiefs went into Sun Life Stadium and handed the Miami Dolphins a disappointing, 34-15 defeat. Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was sensational, while Fins’ offensive line struggled to protect signal-caller, Ryan Tannehill.
Alex Smith shook off five sacks to throw three touchdown passes and help the Kansas City Chiefs earn their first victory by beating the Miami Dolphins 34-15 on Sunday.