Chiefs beat Eagles in Andy Reid’s return to Philadelphia

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The Chiefs’ offense looked more like it’s supposed to look today in Philadelphia.

After a disappointing 1-2 start to the season, Patrick Mahomes and Co. took care of business today, beating the Eagles 42-30 to improve their record to 2-2 on the season. It was a homecoming of sorts for Andy Reid, who had his 100th win as Chiefs head coach in a place where he earned more than 100 wins as Eagles head coach.

Mahomes threw five touchdown passes, three of which went to Tyreek Hill, who was outstanding today. The Chiefs have struggled in some phases this season, but there’s never been any doubt that they can pass the ball.

The Eagles were competitive, with Jalen Hurts topping 300 passing yards, but in the end their defense just couldn’t keep Mahomes and Hill in check.

At 1-3 and with a tough schedule ahead, it’s hard to believe the Eagles are going to be contenders this year. But the Chiefs, despite their shaky start, showed today that they’re going to be a dangerous opponent for anyone they face.

8 responses to “Chiefs beat Eagles in Andy Reid’s return to Philadelphia

  1. Hey Kansas City defense, if you’re struggling to contain the Eagles pedestrian offense, good luck with high power offenses come playoff time.

  2. Two plays kept this from being even more embarrassing for the Eagles. One was the fumble recovered by KC at the goal one that the refs missed, the next being CJ not falling on the fumble by Hurts at the end of the half. This game could have been 50-13.

  3. Buffalo is Gonna Woop them in their own House!! Mahomes is good!! ALLEN IS GREAT!!!

  4. Bad things coming next week!!! Bills gonna roll em!! Mahomes is no Allen!!! Allen is better in all parts of the game… coming from a Chief fan ..

  5. “Bad things coming next week!!! Bills gonna roll em!! Mahomes is no Allen!!! Allen is better in all parts of the game… coming from a Chief fan ..”

    That’s rich. 3 AFC championships in a row, 2 Super Bowls, one win, one SB MVP, one regular season MVP, all kinds of records, stacked against Allen’s accomplishments? Look, I like Allen, a lot, but I do believe you are talking out of your ass.

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