Philadelphia Eagles versus Kansas City: 10 Chiefs who can ruin Week 4

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Philadelphia Eagles schedule: 5 Chiefs to watch on offense

Perhaps you’ve heard? Kansas City is loaded on offense. Here are five Chiefs to watch.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire, running back

Clyde Edwards-Helaire put the NFL on notice that the Chiefs had yet another weapon after he tallied over 1,000 total yards as a rookie in 2020. In 2021, he looks to be up to his old tricks having already rushed for 189 yards on 44 carries and reaching the end zone as a receiver.

Travis Kelce, tight end

Okay seriously. Do we need to have a discussion about Travis Kelce‘s greatness?

Tyreek Hill, wide receiver

We shouldn’t have to go to great length to discuss Tyreek Hill‘s brilliance either, but we’ll dig a little deeper. He’s made each of the past five Pro Bowls, and there’s no reason to assume he won’t make a sixth if he stays healthy.

Mecole Hardman, wide receiver

Mecole Hardman, K.C.’s second-best wideout could be shipped off to over half of the teams in the NFL and immediately become their best receiver. Talk about an embarrassment of riches huh?

If you’re looking for flaws, find something else to do with your time. There isn’t much to criticize here.

Patrick Mahomes, quarterback

The game’s best signal-caller, Patrick Mahomes, is headed to Philadelphia to play in a must-win game for his football team. Expect his best effort. That’s good news for the Chiefs. That’s bad news for the Birds.