Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is trending toward playing this week after receiving an increased workload in Wednesday's practice.
Of course the Titans have a greater prospect to earn if Matt Moore is the quarterback. Still, I am checking the deep corners of the internet day-by-day to see if Mahomes is going to play on Sunday.
He was initially expected to miss a minimum of three weeks, but when his MRI came back clean, speculation began to build that Mahomes would actually play against the Green Bay Packers in Week 8.
During the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, Mahomes remained second through individual drills behind veteran Matt Moore, who has started the last two games. The Chiefs went 1-1 in those games.
So there's improvement. I think most people reading this article hope to see Mahomes back on the field in week ten.
The Titans' landmark victory right now is a 23-20 squeaker at home against the Los Angeles Chargers (4-5), who couldn't punch the ball in on two attempts from the 1-yard line - and later fired their offensive coordinator, former Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt, because of the.
Coach Andy Reid refused to tip his hand about Mahomes' availability for Kansas City's next game on Sunday at Tennessee.
The Chiefs have insisted they'll be careful with Mahomes, and Reid has stuck to that. It sounds like the star quarterback is close to returning to the Chiefs' lineup.