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The NFL doesn't want players worrying about getting flagged or fined."You gotta play http://www.thechiefsfootballauthentic.c … -authentic ," NFL football operations chief Troy Vincent said Tuesday at the league's fall meetings. "You hope that no player is thinking about a rule. We want them to play (with a) free mind where you're just free and you play."Chiefs rookie linebacker Breeland Speaks said he didn't take Tom Brady down because he was concerned about a roughing-the-passer penalty in the fourth quarter of Kansas City's 43-40 loss at New England on Sunday night. Brady eluded Speaks and ran 4 yards for a touchdown to give the Patriots the lead."We watched that video and watched that play and Tom did what we've seen Tom do a thousand times," Vincent said."He stepped up in the pocket and the defender didn't make a play or didn't create a sack, but you don't want any player thinking about a penalty or being fined but you hope that he would make that adjustment on some of the things we've put in place and that's not just for his opponent's protection but for his as well."Overall, roughing-the-passer calls are down since the competition committee clarified to game officials the techniques used in such hits during a conference call last month. There were 34 roughing calls through the first three weeks and 19 in the three weeks since the call.Vincent said the league didn't advise officials to cut down on the calls, but emphasized to them making sure they see it clearly."If you don't see the complete play, don't call it," Vincent said. "That was a directive from the competition committee. That was always the point of emphasis but after the (conference) call and after watching the video, the committee and our coaches (said): 'If you don't see the complete play, we ask that you leave the penalty in your pocket.'"Packers linebacker Clay Matthews was penalized three times in the first three weeks for roughing the passer, including two of which that appeared to be normal tackles. Matthews suggested the league has gone soft and argued that defensive players no longer know what constitutes a legal hit.Dolphins defensive end William Hayes tore his right ACL trying to avoid landing on Raiders quarterback Derek Carr."Every time we emphasized a call, you see more calls in the preseason and first (few) weeks and then you see an adjustment, and a leveling out of calls," said Atlanta Falcons CEO Rich McKay, the head of the league's competition committee. "We're not going to apologize for trying to protect players we think are in a vulnerable state."Some other things we learned on the first day of the NFL's fall meetings:MORE FINES THAN FLAGS: There have been only six penalties for illegal use of the helmet, but Vincent said between 10-12 players have been fined for such hits and almost 70 warning letters have been issued to players about using the crown of their helmet to initiate a hit."We told officials if they don't see all three elements of it Youth Travis Kelce Jersey , we can fine it on Monday and we'll get the conducted corrected," McKay said. "I think the players have adjusted, the officials have adjusted and I know the coaches have adjusted."CONCUSSIONS DOWN: Concussions in preseason were down from 91 to 79, a 13 percent decline. Concussions on kickoffs were zero in the preseason, down from three. Concussions in practices were down from 23 to 9. Jeff Miller, the league's executive vice president of health and safety initiatives, credits a reduction plan the NFL put into place last year, improvements in helmets in part spurred by the league ratings of helmets and banning of some, rules changes such as the "helmet rule" and the kickoff rules, and the education of players."We're certainly optimistic about the results," said Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL's medical director. "We'll continue with more in-depth analyses of concussions."HELMET BAN: Miller said there were some 230 helmets players used in 2017 that ranked in the red area, meaning they were banned for new league players in 2018 and will be banned for every player next season. Through Week 3 of this season, about 40 were still in use that were grandfathered in.He noted "it's sometimes hard to make a change," but added that players won't have a choice after this season regarding those helmets.ADVANTAGE Youth Mitch Morse Jersey , OFFENSE: Teams are scoring more than ever. The number of points (4,489), touchdowns (504) and touchdown passes (328) are the most in league history through six weeks.McKay credited the performance of young quarterbacks and the emphasis on calling illegal contact and defensive holding penalties. Illegal contact penalties are up from 11 to 36. After six weeks in 2016, there were 30 such calls."We didn't like the way it was going last year and it led to passing yardage going down," McKay said. "As defenses get more aggressive and grab more, yards go down."Vincent said he expects scoring to "normalize" as teams see more film on the young quarterbacks and he noted weather conditions later in the season could make an impact."I believe some of the defenses and coordinators will adjust," Vincent said. "Players are adjusting all the time and you just need game footage to see what people can and can't do."PARITY IS GOOD: Games have been closer through the first six weeks. So far, 54 games have been decided by one score, tied for the most in league history at this point. There have been 28 games decided by three points or fewer, second-most at this point."Those are good stats for us because fans want to watch and attend close games," McKay said.AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner contributed to this report.Chiefs beat Broncos: 12 winners and 8 losers The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos, 27-23, on Monday Night Football, improving to 4-0. Here are the game’s winners and losers:WinnersRon Chenoy-USA TODAY SportsFor the fourth week in a row to start the NFL season, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is your first winner. That being said Youth Kareem Hunt Jersey , this wasn’t your typical Mahomes game—Monday night in Denver felt much different. Mahomes did not dominate, and he appeared mortal for the first time all regular season as he took pressure after pressure, in the first half even seeming a little rattled. Then, down 10 points late with his teammates not playing particularly well, he rallied the troops and led a comeback for the ages. This game will be remembered for that comeback, highlighted by his astonishing left-handed pass. Chiefs fans have been waiting for the other shoe to drop. It’s time they stop. Mahomes finished 28 for 45 for 304 yards and one passing touchdown and three carries for seven yards and the first rushing touchdown of his career. There you are, Kareem Hunt. Hunt has had a solid year, but nothing like we were used to seeing at the beginning of last—the rookie who seemingly nobody could tackle. Hunt regained that form Monday night against the Denver Broncos, finishing with an old-school Hunt line of 19 carries for 121 yards and the game-winning four-yard touchdown, as well as three catches for 54 yards. On the other side, the Broncos duo of Philip Lindsay and Royce Freeman can run (136 combined yards and a touchdown each)—they could be a force for the Chiefs to have to reckon with for years to come. Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY SportsChiefs Twitter enjoys giving Demetrius Harris a lot of flak for his occasional inability to catch easy passes, but he made a rather important one on third-and-seven late in the fourth quarter with the Chiefs trailing by three points. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has made a point of it in the past to comment about how sometimes the easiest catches are the hardest to make. Maybe that’s it with Harris. Maybe he needs a certain level of difficulty in order to fully lock in. Harris totaled two catches for 59 yards and that key 35-yarder on third down.Let’s stick with the tight ends and hand out a winner to Travis Kelce, who looked to have about three drops before getting out of his funk and helping Mahomes and the Chiefs storm back and beat the Broncos in the fourth quarter. Mahomes’ two-yard pass to Kelce cut the Broncos’ lead to three point. Kelce finished with seven catches for 78 yards and the touchdown.Kudos is in order for right tackle Mitch Schwartz, who, since being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2012 Youth Justin Houston Jersey , has had 100 opportunities to start in the regular-season. He has never missed one.Tyreek Hill had nine catches for 54 yards on 13 targets. He may not necessarily be putting up incredible numbers every single game, but you have to wonder what he is doing for the other Chiefs’ skill-position players given how much attention he is demanding. Every piece of this offense matters.It can’t be easy learning that your team was very aggressive in going after someone that would have probably taken most of your snaps. But rather than playing poorly because of it, Eric Murray did the opposite. He showed out Monday night, recording six combined tackles and likely the most impressive play of his career—an athletic interception he stole from the grasp of Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman. First-half Dee Ford and first-half Justin Houston are two players we have been waiting on for a long time. First-half Ford could be the best version of Ford we have seen since his career year in 2016, and he might even be the best defensive player on the Chiefs. First-half Houston tapped into the player we have grown accustomed to seeing against the Broncos. Both players had 1.0 sack. Allen Bailey was also hungry on Monday night.LosersIsaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsWith a 7-12 regular-season record as head coach, I’m not sure how long our friend Vance Joseph will last in Denver. I could see general manager John Elway growing impatient, especially as Joseph continues to fail to get over the Chiefs’ hump.Second-half Justin Houston and second-half Dee Ford did not impress me on the first look. Houston appeared to be getting pushed around a bit more in half two, and Ford may have re-injured his groin. Ford is one of the Chiefs’ most important players on defense and he is on a contract year. Neither he nor the Chiefs can afford another lingering injury.Speaking of injuries, Sammy Watkins left the game with a hamstring injury (a player with injury issues being immediately ruled out early in the game is NOT a good sign) and Eric Berry still has shown no sign of returning to the field.It is hard to kill the Chiefs defense because the stepped up at the very end when it neede to, but there is something that needs to be done about that whole tackling aspect. This won’t be a fun re-watch in the film room.Orlando Scandrick provided a textbook version of pass interference, and Eric Fisher had two third-down false start penalties with the Chiefs needing all the momentum they could muster.

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