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and it's already been a rough time health-wise for several NFL starting quarterbacks.The Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger is out for the season with an elbow injury. The Saints' Drew Brees is out several weeks with a thumb injury. The Panthers' Cam Newton has a foot injury Cheap N'Keal Harry Jersey , the Jets' Sam Darnold has been out with mono and Jacksonville's Nick Foles will miss several weeks with a broken collarbone.And two more got hurt Sunday.The Bears' Mitchell Trubisky left the game against Minnesota because of a left shoulder injury. A scrambling Trubisky was hurt on the opening possession. Danielle Hunter dragged him down and the quarterback's arm got pinned awkwardly under his body as the ball popped out. Minnesota recovered the fumble, but a holding penalty against Anthony Harris negated the play.Bills quarterback Josh Allen was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit by Patriots defensive back Jonathan Jones in the opening minute of the fourth quarter of a 16-10 loss to New England.The hit occurred when Allen scrambled out of the pocket and burst through a hole up the middle while facing third-and-8 at the New England 45. He gained 7 yards before Jones closed in on him, lowered his helmet and struck the quarterback in the crown of his helmet. Jones was flagged for a personal foul for unnecessary roughness.Allen lay on the field for several minutes before hopping up on his own. He was briefly evaluated on the sideline before being escorted up the tunnel. Allen was spotted in the locker room chatting with teammates following the game.In other injury news:Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram left in the first quarter at Miami with a hamstring injury.Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson (concussion) was carted off the field in the third quarter against Kansas City. Chiefs defensive end Alex Okafor (hip) and LB Damien Wilson (concussion) left in the fourth quarter of the win at Detroit.Falcons right guard Jamon Brown suffered a concussion in the first quarter and did not return against Tennessee. The line suffered another loss when center Alex Mack left with a left elbow injury in the third quarter. He returned later in the quarter with the elbow heavily wrapped.Tennessee outside linebacker Cameron Wake and Falcons cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson suffered hamstring and groin injuries, respectively, in the fourth quarter.Houston wide receiver Kenny Stills injured his hamstring on the last play of the first quarter against Carolina and didn't return. Panthers tight end Chris Manhertz sustained a concussion early in the second half.Giants linebacker Ryan Connelly was carted off in the fourth quarter with an injury to his right knee and Lorenzo Carter, who was bothered by an elbow injury earlier in the week, sustained a neck injury in the second half.Cardinals defensive end Zach Allen (shoulder) hurt his shoulder in the second quarter and didn't return against Seattle and linebacker Dennis Gardeck (ankle) left early in the fourth quarter. Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk limped off the field on the game's next-to-last play. He appeared to get his right ankle/leg caught underneath a tackler.Broncos linebacker Josey Jewell aggravated a hamstring injury in the second quarter and was done for the day against Jacksonville.Tampa Bay wide receiver Breshad Perriman didn't return from a hamstring injury in the first quarter against the Rams.Rams linebacker Bryce Hager injured his shoulder during the first half and rookie safety Taylor Rapp left the field in the third quarter unable to put weight on his left ankle. TEAM TALKPost Game Notes Womens N'Keal Harry Jersey , Chiefs-Patriots: Records set, milestones reached, trends continued. Patriots set team mark with fourth blocked punt of the season.Game Book: Full Patriots-Chiefs stats.Erik Scalavino’s Game Recap: Patriots fall short for second-straight week.Mike Dussault’s Game Observations: Patriots go down swinging to the Chiefs.Megan O’Brien’s Stock Watch: Patriots D steps up in 2nd half.Post Game Quotes: Patriots and Chiefs.Pool Report: Mike Reiss with Referee Jerome Boger. /Q&A wholly inadequate.Post Game Pressers: Bill Belichick (5.25 min. video) - Tom Brady (5.04 min. video) - Devin McCourty (7.01 min. video)Press Pass: Stephon Gilmore, N’Keal Harry, and James White discuss their performance in tonight’s 23-16 loss against the Chiefs & make no excuses after tough officiating, (1.13 min. video)LOCAL LINKSDoug Kyed’s Pats-Chiefs top takeaways: Sony Michel, N’Keal Harry see limited snaps.Evan Lazar thumbnails 10 things we learned from the loss. 1. Tom Brady has another so-so game in defeat.Nick O’Malley gives us 10 quick takeaways from Sunday: The only thing fans booed more than the offense were the refs.Mike Petraglia puts the lousy officiating aside to say Tom Brady and the Patriots need to look in a mirror for answers.Mike Petraglia recaps the bizarre affair yesterday afternoon that saw Jerome Boger’s crew get two critical calls wrong N'Keal Harry Jersey Patriots , the Patriots snap their 21-game home win streak, and more.Mike Reiss recaps Sunday’s loss as the Patriots’ home winning streak ends at 21 and their rally falls short.Tom E. Curran writes the Patriots’ defining trait over 20 seasons is still there. It’s part of their DNA, it’s baked-in goodness. Their resilience.Ryan Hannable says despite the loss, there’s reason to be hopeful about the Patriots.Mike Reiss details the Patriots and Chiefs exchanging trick plays in the first half.Phil Perry notes Sunday’s loss showed just how thin the Patriots margin of error is.Chris Mason brings up how the offense isn’t giving the team any margin for error against good teams.Zack Cox relays Duron Harmon calling Sunday’s 23-16 loss to the Chiefs one of the toughest he’s experienced.Zack Cox Patriots Notes: Stephon Gilmore explains sideline scrap with Sammy Watkins.Nick O’Malley gives us a roundup of reaction from across the league, in addition to the “Refs you suck” chant from furious fans at Gillette.Ryan Hannable notes Nick Folk shares details of his appendectomy and how he was able to kick Sunday.Mike Cole with the Tom Brady elbow Injury update.Tom E. Curran breaks down the Best & Worst from Sunday, from the best (nice plays on special teams and defense) to the worst (getting screwed out of points by bad calls).Mike Reiss shares some quick-hit weekend thoughts: Current Patriots have new appreciation for ‘On to Cincinnati’.NATIONAL NEWSNFL Game Center (NFL.com) Chiefs at Patriots: Drives, stats Youth N'Keal Harry Jersey , highlights.Analysis Team (Pro Football Focus) NFL Week 14 reFocused: Kansas City Chiefs 23, New England Patriots 16.Jonathan Jones (CBS Sports) Don’t bury the Patriots dynasty just yet after close loss to Chiefs marred by officiating controversy.Ian O’Connor (ESPN) These Patriots are down, not out: The silver lining in a second straight lossDanny Heifetz (The Ringer) The sky is falling in New England—and so are the Patriots: Fans booed the offense and the refs during Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, and New England suddenly looks like it could be playing on wild-card weekend. /Um... the corpse is still breathing.Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Chiefs hold on for 23-16 win in New England.Jarrett Bell (USA Today) Patriots’ 21-game home win streak snapped in loss to Chiefs.Report (AP) On Football: Sharks are circling around Patriots.Peter Botte (NY Post) Patriots are struggling to make their own fans believers.Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Tom Brady downplays wrapped elbow.Peter Botte (NY Post) Tom Brady’s banged-up arm only adds to growing Patriots concerns.Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Tom Brady: “You hear cheers, you hear boos, that’s part of being in sports”.Conor Orr (SI) Fans—Booing the Patriots feels ridiculous, even when the team loses.Albert Breer (SI) Monday Morning QB: Winning every way imaginable: 49ers are sitting pretty in NFC playoff race after outgunning the Saints; More.Gary Gramling (SI) Week 14 Takeaways: 49ers’ offensive masterpiece Color Rush N'Keal Harry Jersey , NFL officiating just offensive. Plus, Patriots offense remains a problem; More.Peter King (ProFootballTalk) FMIA Week 14: How George Kittle and the ‘choice’ route helped lift 49ers over Saints in the game of the year.Around the NFL (NFL.com) What we learned from Sunday’s Week 14 games. 3) New England was burned twice by officiating calls that cost two potential touchdowns late.Nate Davis (USA Today) 32 things we learned from Week 14 of the 2019 NFL season.Jason La Canfora (CBS Sports) Week 14 insider notes: Packers win but leave questions about offense, Drew Lock looks like real deal for now.Rodger Sherman (The Ringer) The winners and losers of NFL Week 14: Pats let the refs decide a gameLorenzo Reyes (USA Today) NFL Week 14 winners, losers: 49ers had a big Sunday, Texans still maddeningly inconsistent.John Breech (CBS Sports) NFL Week 14 grades: Broncos get an A+ for beating down Texans. Patriots C-, Chiefs B.Conor Orr (SI) NFL Playoff Picture: Who’s in, who’s out after Week 14?Frank Schwab (Yahoo! Sports) Hello New England Patriots Jersey 2019 , Baltimore: Patriots have little chance for AFC’s No. 1 seed after loss to Chiefs.Ben Pickman (SI) Report: Chiefs’ gear mistakenly sent to New Jersey instead of Foxboro.OFFICIATING in the DUMPSTERCameron Filipe (Football Zebras) Boger’s crew with several misfires casts a shadow over Chiefs-Patriots clash. “Chiefs offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was correctly penalized for an illegal use of hands foul, but instead of marking off a 10 yard penalty, the crew only penalized Kansas City five yards.” /Explains Belichick swearing on the sideline.Michael Hurley calls out the bad officiating that cost the Patriots a touchdown twice on the same drive.Doug Kyed says the officials cost the Pats two potential TDs with blown calls. /That’s 1 real TD, 1 potential.Ryan Hannable points out the ways Jerome Boger’s crew messed up even more times than you think.Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Jerome Boger: “Not really” a thought to rule N’Keal Harry scored and then review.Jarrett Bell (USA Today) Patriots can’t blame loss to Chiefs on officiating mistakes: “Sure, the Patriots got hosed... Usually, it’s the Patriots opponents and their fans left stewing over some controversial call that benefited Bill Belichick’s team.” /What an idiot.Matt Dolloff cringes at Jerome Boger’s explanation for his crew’s horrendous non-call on what should’ve been a touchdown for N’Keal Harry. Mark Maske (Washington Post) The NFL just can’t seem to work out its officiating issues.Justin Leger writes how the controversial calls in Patriots-Chiefs signify a larger issue with NFL officiating.Conor Orr (SI) 49ers-Saints—two top teams trading blows—should not be about the officiating.Armando Salguero (Miami Herald) The afternoon for Brian Flores and Adam Gase: Emotions decided by an unseen stranger.Adam H. Beasley (Miami Herald) ‘Trash!’ Livid Miami Dolphins lose to New York Jets on replay reversal.

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