Pacheco told reporters that the #Chiefs' offense stands ready to execute, regardless of any circumstances. from @TheJohnDillon
The Chiefs landed running back Isiah Pacheco in the seventh round and he’s had a clear positive impact on the team’s offense. He finished the regular season leading the league s top offense with 830 rushing yards and five touchdowns. While Jerick McKinnon was Kansas City s best backfield receiving threat, Pacheco also caught 13 passes for [more]
Chiefs RB Jerick McKinnon (ankle) practiced fully on Wednesday ahead of the AFC Championship game vs. the Bengals. The veteran figures to split backfield duties with rookie RB Isiah Pacheco should he ultimately be healthy enough to suit up this weekend. We'll follow McKinnon's status on the practice report this week in case something takes a downward turn.
No NFL back has been more productive in the second half of the season against light boxes than Chiefs rookie Isiah Pacheco.
Chiefs HC Andy Reid said Thursday that RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle) is "unlikely" to play vs. the Jaguars on Saturday. CEH was designated to return from IR and has been practicing this week, but he evidently needs a bit more time to recover from his November 20 high-ankle sprain. Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon will continue to handle the majority of backfield work for Kansas City this weekend, with Ronald Jones potentially sprinkling in.