The Kansas City Chiefs are one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now, with a five-game winning streak and a 7-3 record heading into Thursday night's game against the Oakland Raiders. Here's a closer look at the Chiefs' final injury report for Week 12. #458290324 / gettyimages.com The Chiefs have a long list of players listed as probable on a short week, including tight end...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Chiefs are without starting tight end Anthony Fasano and the Seahawks without middle linebacker Brock Coyle for Sunday's game at Arrowhead Stadium.
Fasano is out with a knee injury. Coyle is out with a buttocks injury.
The Chiefs are also down two wide receivers with A.J. Jenkins inactive with a shoulder injury and Donnie Avery still recovering from...
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Thanks to Mark Sanchez and his infamous fumble there will forever be 'butt' plays attached to the New York Jets--either by them or against them. This time it was against the Jets when Kansas City Chiefs tight end was sitting on his butt when the Jets were nice enough to tip an Alex Smith pass right in to his hands.Since no one had touched him even though he was sitting down...
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano scored his second touchdown of the season in one of the more improbable ways you’ll see. An Alex Smith pass intended for Dwayne Bowe was deflected behind the line of scrimmage by Jets linebacker Calvin Pace. As luck would have it, the ball fell into the hands of...Read More
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano was blocking his man when he fell to the ground. While that was happening, New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace was batting down Alex Smith’s pass. In a true showing of the luck the Jets have, that pass was sent directly into the hands of Fasano, who quickly […]
When things are going bad, even good plays end up going against you in the NFL.
And when you're the Jets, things like this happen:
Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano was blocking on the play, and Jets linebacker Calvin Pace batted down the Alex Smith pass.
But the deflection landed right in Fasano's lap, and he got up and lunged into the end zone.
When you're 1-7 and losers...
Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano can thank the football Gods today. The veteran somehow found a gift touchdown after Alex Smith had his redzone pass tipped. The ball floated into the hands of Fasano who crawled a couple feet for a bizarre score. [Twitter: @TheCauldron]
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The New York Jets thought they had batted a Alex Smith pass down at the line. But sometimes, life just isn’t that simple—in fact, it never is for the Jets.
Instead, the ball slapped off linebacker Calvin Pace’s hands and into the grips of a seated Anthony Fasano. With no one close enough to get their hands on the Chiefs tight end, Fasano spun on his backside and stretched...
There wasn’t much in yesterday’s loss to the Denver Broncos for fans of the Kansas City Chiefs to get excited about. Not only did they drop to 0-2 but they lost Jamaal Charles for several weeks to a high ankle sprain.
One bright spot though was this circus catch by tight end Anthony Fasano. Check it out:
Fasano finished the game with three catches and 39 yards....
This might be one of the best catches that you will see all year. Kansas City Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano was able to get a hand on the ball but couldn’t quite bring it in. Then somehow he loses sight of the ball and was able to still reel in the ball. [@gifdsports] The post Anthony Fasano Makes Ridiculous One-Handed No-Look Catch appeared first on Diehardsport.