The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept rolling single coverage onto Tyreek Hill, and Patrick Mahomes kept zinging passes deep downfield to the fleet-footed Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver, who proceeded to waltz into the end zone three times while piling up 269 yards in a record-setting afternoon. It was just the latest example of the conundrum faced by Kansas City's opposing defenses. When the Buffalo Bills steadfastly refused to let Mahomes beat them through the air, Clyde Edwards-Helaire led a ground game that ran 46 times for 245 yards.
Some young guns landed big salaries and bonuses just a year or two and a handful of touchdowns into their careers, which means more cash per end zone toss.
The Buccaneers are waiving linebacker Jack Cichy, NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo reported on Wednesday. A third-year linebacker out of Wisconsin, Cichy has mainly played special teams in his time with Tampa Bay. He was activated off injured reserve on Saturday, but did not play in the Buccaneers’ Week 12 loss to Kansas City. Cichy has [more]