Vikings probably won’t see Patrick Mahomes in Week 9

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With the manner in which the NFL rotates their schedules each season, the NFC North coordinates with the AFC West in 2019. That implies that every one of the four of the NFC North clubs play the Kansas City Chiefs and their quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, the child of previous Minnesota Twins pitcher Pat Mahomes. (Goodness, and furthermore the ruling NFL MVP, in case they’re into that kind of thing.)

The previous evening, in the Chiefs’ 30-6 gluing of the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football, Mahomes endured what gave off an impression of being entirely awful knee damage that saw his kneecap slide strange. As indicated by our companions at Arrowhead Pride, in any case, it seems like their group has stayed away from the most exceedingly awful.

In the event that that is the situation, and Mahomes misses the Chiefs’ next three games, he’ll miss two of their games against NFC North rivals. They have the Packers on Sunday Night Football in Week 8 preceding facilitating the Vikings on Sunday evening in Week 9.

From a simply matchup-based point of view, not confronting Mahomes is clearly a positive for the Vikings. The person accomplishes things that challenge practically everything due to his physical endowments, and there are times where regardless of whether their protection does everything right Mahomes will make them look foolish.

From a fan’s point of view, however. . .man, They might want to see the Minnesota resistance coordinate against the Chiefs’ offense at full quality with Mahomes running things. They assume there’s an opportunity they could see him, yet they question the Chiefs would need to risk bringing him back too soon and compounding the situation.

On the off chance that Mahomes doesn’t lead the Chiefs in Week 9 at Arrowhead Stadium, the Vikings won’t coordinate with him. . .in the normal season, at any rate. . .until the Chiefs make their first visit to U.S. Bank Stadium in 2023. (The last time these two groups met, the Vikings were playing their home games at TCF Bank Stadium.)

Hopefully that Patrick Mahomes’ damage is the “best case” that the Chiefs and their fans are seeking after and he’s back accomplishing great things on the field in time for the stretch run.

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Lisa Wright

Lisa Wright is a professor, researcher and clinical psychologist, best known as a research scholar on spirituality in psychology. She writes news as well.