2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
9-1, 1st in AFC West
SVP OK with Mahomes liking ketchup on steak (1:45)
Mahomes really likes ketchup (0:48)
Bruschi, Woodson both like Rams in MNF showdown (1:03)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes listed on their injury report with an injured foot. He was a full practice participant.


Barnwell Show: Lindsay Jones & Katherine Terrell talk AFC

Bill welcomes Lindsay Jones of The Athletic to talk AFC West, including how the Chiefs look in their preparations for a big MNF matchup with the Rams (0:55) as well as if Vance Joseph (19:35) and Derek Carr (30:42) are in trouble in Denver and Oakland respectively. Plus, Katherine Terrell joins to talk AFC North, including Hue Jackson's return to Cincy (38:04) and what Le'Veon Bell's next move may be (1:04:01).


Historic MNF Contest Preview

Doug Kezirian previews a high-profile and historic MNF game with John Murray of the SuperBook in Las Vegas. They also anticipate line movements on a few games. Plus, Mike Clay breaks down 8 prop bets (1:07:53).

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

I hope you're not having lunch as you see this but Pat Mahomes said he likes ketchup on mac and cheese, too.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Sammy Watkins will practice today for the Chiefs as they begin their preparations for Monday night's game against the Rams.


Mina and Dan Orlovsky weigh in on Week 11

Mina Kimes welcomes ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky to the show to break down three Week 11 matchups. Also, Mina brags on her Titans prediction and answers fans questions!

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2dDavid Newton

Poe gets chance to pocket $125K weigh-in bonus

Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Dontari Poe had his fourth weigh-in day and his fourth opportunity to earn a $125,000 bonus -- on Wednesday.

Kellerman: NFL 'deserves credit' for relocating Chiefs-Rams (1:07)
Chiefs offense a masterpiece (1:05)
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2dAaron Schatz

NFL futures bets to make right now

Which teams should you bet on to win their division, conference or Super Bowl? Football Outsiders breaks down the best values at this point in the season.


The Radical Confidence of Patrick Mahomes

He is the rarest of quarterbacks, capable of making the impossible look routine. So where did his gifts come from-and where do they lead from here? By Seth Wickersham.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams will honor their community events in Mexico City, which includes hospital visits, a 10K and the building of a playground. Rams COO Kevin Demoff, on not playing in Mexico: "I think ‘bittersweet' is a great word. We were really excited as an organization to play in Mexico. We requested to play in Mexico for our abroad game this year; we spent a lot of time working with the community and business leaders to host a great week, and get our fans excited and really build that fan base. ... On the other hand, for Southern California, what an unbelievable turn of events to be able to get potentially the game of the year here, on Monday night, in the Coliseum."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams officials are all over the place (Colorado Springs, Thousand Oaks, Playa Vista, working remotely), and their Agoura Hills ticket office is in an evacuation zone. They're scrambling to host a game in six days. But there aren't many other events going on in LA this weekend, which will help them secure concessions and security.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL first raised concerns about the playing surface at Estadio Azteca in October, in the wake of a Shakira concert and a handful of soccer games. Rams COO Kevin Demoff saw the field alongside team and NFL officials then and said it seemed "very safe." But it only worsened thereafter, largely because of heavy rainfall. Field testers from all sides raised legitimate concerns on Monday and ultimately determined against playing in Mexico City. The Rams needed at least five days to get the Coliseum ready for Monday Night Football. Said Demoff: "Everybody just kind of needed the dropdead date. I think the NFL took all the information in, they processed it, and they made the right decision."

Team Stats

Passing Yards305.5
Rushing Yards117.6
Points For35.38th
Points Against24.0