This week, Travis Kelce said what many of us were thinking while watching Kadarius Toney’s impressive performance as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, “I don’t know how he got out of (the Giants) building."
Toney accumulated 58 yards receiving, 33 yards rushing, and a touchdown, as the KC offense displayed a willingness to use him in ways his former team never did. The Giants are very much in playoff contention and could use Toney’s playmaking, but for some reason—whether because of injuries or general displeasure—the two sides never quite gelled. New York’s loss is very clearly Patrick Mahomes’ gain.
While Tyreek Hill is setting the world on fire in Miami, the Kansas City offense is still getting along just fine without him, thank you very much. Now with Toney in the fold, a young former first-round receiver who has clocked a 4.38 40-time, the Chiefs appear more dangerous than ever.
The Chargers have an explosive offense in their own right. The total is 51 points, which seems like a lot, but not for the wide-open style these teams play.