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12-26-2018, 05:35 AM,
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The Kansas City Chiefs improved to 6-1 by defeating the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday Night Football.Here were the snap counts for the Chiefs:OffenseDefenseSpecial teams (only)Starters (offense): WR Tyreek Hill , LT Eric Fisher, LG Cam Erving, C Jordan Devey, RG Andrew Wylie, RT Mitch Schwartz, TE Travis Kelce, WR Sammy Watkins, RB Kareem Hunt, WR Chris Conley, QB Patrick MahomesStarters (defense): NT Derrick Nnadi, RDE Chris Jones, LOLB Dee Ford, LILB Reggie Ragland Youth Mitch Morse Jersey , RILB Anthony Hitchens, ROLB Breeland Speaks, LCB Orlando Scandrick, RCB Steve Nelson, S Jordan Lucas, S Ron Parker, CB Kendall FullerActive, but did not play: QB Chad HenneInactive: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams, LB Justin Houston, LB Nate Orchard, OL Mitch Morse, OL Kahlil McKenzie White Xavier Williams Jersey , DT Justin HamiltonTakeaways (in no particular order)No Chiefs skill-position player played more than 90 percent of offensive snaps—wide receiver SammyWatkins and tight end Travis Kelce each had 60 snaps (86 percent), while WR Tyreek Hill had 52 snaps (74 percent).Running back Kareem Hunt needed just 46 offensive snaps (66 percent) to record 141 yards from scrimmage and three total touchdowns. Spencer Ware had 22 offensive snaps in the game. Darrel Williams got in the game for two snaps.Offensive lineman Jeff Allen had two offensive snaps in his return to the lineup.There were no iron men on defense (100 percent of snaps) this week likely thanks to the big lead. Outside linebacker Breeland Speaks led the team with 57 defensive snaps for 97 percent.Coming into the game, linebacker Dorian O’Daniel had 10 defensive snaps. Against the Bengals, due to an injury to Terrance Smith and other factors, which I’m sure we’ll hear more about this week, O’Daniel had 25 defensive snaps (42 percent) and 17 special-teams snaps. The Chiefs are working safety Eric Murray back in (22 defensive snaps for 37 percent), but Jordan Lucas stayed in the lineup as the “starter.” Lucas had 50 defensive snaps (85 percent) in the Chiefs win.Derrick Nnadi earned his third start in a row but had just 22 defensive snaps (37 percent). Xavier Williams had 19 defensive snaps (32 percent). With the Chiefs having a big lead in the third quarter, CB Charvarius Ward, CB/S Josh Shaw, LB Ben Niemann and CB Tremon Smith all saw more action than they may have otherwise.Chad Henne had no snaps, which, according to social media and calls on the post-game show last night, not everybody agreed with.Arrowhead Pride Beer of the Week: Oskar Blues Brewery Dale’s Pale Ale Welcome to another edition of the Beer of the Week!As always Sammy Watkins Jersey , the Beer of the Week is originally presented on the Arrowhead Pride Tailgate on 610 Sports Radio as part of my Defense and Beer of the Week segment.This week, with the Kansas City Chiefs playing the Denver Broncos, I decided to go just up the road from the Denver metropolis and make one of my all-time favorite beers the pick. This week’s Beer of the Week is the one, the only Oskar Blues Brewery Dale’s Pale Ale!A 6.5% ABV American Strong Pale Ale, Dale’s Pale Ale is an insanely drinkable beer with a lot of body. It’s aggressively hopped with citrus and floral hops, but not so aggressive that you can’t crush a few of these while watching the game. Coming in can-form only, this is a beer that you can take everywhere and is appropriate for every occasion. It’s America’s first craft-canned pale ale, proudly wearing the title of the Original Craft Beer in a Can.Oskar Blues Brewery started in Lyons, Colorado in 1997 as a restaurant up in the Rocky Mountains. In 1999, founder Dale Katechis started brewing his own beer in the basement of the restaurant, to great acclaim. In 2002, Oskar Blues started canning Dale’s Pale Ale and distributing it, helping to pioneer the canned-craft beer movement.On top of the fantastic Dale’s Pale Ale Authentic nthony Hitchens Jersey , Oskar Blues makes some wonderful beers in many styles. G’Knight, an Imperial Red IPA, is dangerously easy to drink beer, wearing its 8.7% ABV very well. Death By Coconut, a 6.5% ABV Irish Porter, is a must for any chocolate and coconut fans. And Ten Fidy, the huge 10.5% Imperial Stout, will absolutely blow you away with their blend of dark malts.So if you can, make sure to swing by your local liquor store and scoop up some Oskar Blues Brewery Dale’s Pale Ale this weekend!Check back here this time next week for the new Beer of the Week!

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