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Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Rams – ESPN, 8:15 PM
Just a couple of big-time quarterbacks
Patrick Mahomes has produced more big-time throws (our highest-graded throws) than any other quarterback in the NFL. We could be in for a show on Monday night.
Kelce the matchup nightmare
Travis Kelce has been one of the most productive tight ends in the NFL this season. He's been especially dominant from the slot.
The Chiefs' defense is putting up numbers
Ford bringing the heat
Dee Ford has been one of the NFL's best edge defenders this season. Through 10 weeks, he's produced a league-leading 55 total pressures.
Clean pocket efficiency
Jared Goff has posted a passer rating of 126.7 from a clean pocket – the third-best mark among signal-callers. Patrick Mahomes' mark of 140.5 ranks first. We're going to be in for a show on Monday night.
Gurley: Lethal on screens
Todd Gurley has been nothing short of lethal on screen passes this year. Stopping this will be the Chiefs' top priority.
Donald getting to the quarterback
Aaron Donald‘s dominance starts with his ability to get to the quarterback. Donald leads all defenders with 67 total pressures, which is 12 more than the next closest defender.
Robey-Coleman holding down the slot
Nickell Robey-Coleman has been one of the league's best slot cornerbacks in 2018. The Rams will need more of the same from him when they face off against the Chiefs.