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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 300 or more yards in nine games this season, and his season-low was 122 passing yards during a game in October.

The Bills’ opponent that day? The Chiefs, who won 26-17 in Orchard Park, N.Y.

Despite keeping Allen to a season-low in passing yards, Chiefs linebacker Cheap Anthony Hitchens Jersey says his team believes it will face a challenge in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.

Hitchens was on the “Behind the Mask” podcast with Takeo Spikes and Tutan Reyes and was asked about the threats the Bills present.

“I mean Josh Allen, that’s enough right there,” Hitchens said. “He’s having a crazy year, got better every year. Like I literally admire players like that, that just continue to get better. Doesn’t matter the coaching situations or the head coaches or your team is winning or losing, you just got better. So, yeah, he’s gonna throw the ball, everyone knows that, 40 times a game. So we’ve got our hands full with that.

Howard Mudd, one of the most respected offensive line coaches in NFL history, died two weeks after being critically injured in a motorcycle accident, his family announced Wednesday. He was 78.

Mudd spent nearly five decades in the NFL, first as a player and then as a longtime offensive line coach.

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“Today the NFL lost one of the great o-line coaches and my mentor,” Grunhard wrote on Twitter. “Howard was my 1st OL coach and believed in me and was instrumental in me being drafted to the Chiefs. I loved this man as a father along with countless other OL who played around the league.”

Mudd was a three-time Pro Bowl selection as a player. He became most prominently known during his 11-year tenure as the Colts’ offensive line coach from 1998-2009, which included a Peyton Manning-led Super Bowl run.

In addition to the Chiefs and Colts, Mudd’s career included stints with the Chargers, 49ers, Seahawks, Browns and Eagles.

Mudd spent two weeks in intensive care following the motorcycle accident, which left him with multiple injuries, his family said.

“Right after the accident he fought so hard against all odds to communicate to us that he loves us and that he knows we love him,” his family posted on CaringBridge.org, also writing, “Please honor Howard today and every day by sharing a belly laugh with a loved one or telling a stupid joke or calling up a friend to tell them you are thinking of them.”

“And then they just keep you balanced with the running game. Not to say they can’t run it, but they keep you balanced and keep you honest. But let’s not fool ourselves that their best player isn’t the quarterback. They’re going to mix in some runs, keep you honest, but I mean our hands are full every week. There’s only four teams left. It’s going to be good ball from here on out.”

Stefon Diggs, the NFL’s leader in receiving yards this season, was held to 46 yards in eight catches against the Chiefs, but he had a touchdown.

Hitchens expects the Bills to make it a priority to get Diggs the ball.

“We played him early in the year, and we did some things to take him away,” Hitchens said. “But … teams just try to take players away, they’re still going to get them touches — screens, reverses, jet sweeps, so he’s going to get his touches. We just can’t give up a 60-yard bomb or make four people missing and go for 80. So between him, then you still got Cole Beasley in the slot. I play with him in Dallas, so I know all about him.”

Hitchens, who spent four seasons with the Cowboys before joining the Chiefs in 2018, had four tackles and a tackle for loss in the AFC Divisional playoff win against the Browns.

A team captain for the postseason, Hitchens said he believes the game will be won in the trenches.

“They’ve created a good formula for what they want, and keep you honest with the run and pass, but I think it’s gonna come down to our D line versus the O line in the passing game,” Hitchens said. “We’ve got two of the best rushers in the league in Chris (Jones) and Frank (Clark) and put them on opposite sides and let him go.

“So yeah, I mean, I like our odds in this game, and we’ve got to go back to work. … There’s nothing else to it. It’s just work. People that work hard, good things happen to them.”

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A system called the “common draft” was implemented for the AFL and NFL in 1967, creating a joint draft between the two leagues and establishing the precursor for what has become the marquee event of the offseason.

The two leagues merged in 1970, and the rest is history.

In the days leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft, we’re taking a look back at who the Kansas City Chiefs have selected in each round since the event’s beginnings 53 years ago.

Here is what we’ve covered so far:

7th Round | 6th Round | 5th Round | 4th Round | 3rd Round | 2nd Round

We’ll wrap things up with the first round, where the Chiefs currently own one pick in this year’s draft (No. 32 overall). Kansas City hasn’t made a selection in the first round since 2017, when the Chiefs picked quarterback Cheap Patrick Mahomes Jersey 10th overall.

As of now, these are the selections Kansas City currently has for the 2020 Draft:

No. 32 (Round 1)

No. 63 (Round 2)

No. 96 (Round 3)

No. 138 (Round 4)

No. 177 (Round 5)

And here’s a look at who the Chiefs have drafted in the first round since 1967.

2017 | Pick No. 10 | Patrick Mahomes | QB | Texas Tech

2015 | Pick No. 18 | Cheap Marcus Peters Jersey | CB | Washington

2014 | Pick No. 23 | Cheap Dee Ford Jersey | LB | Auburn

2013 | Pick No. 1 | Eric Fisher | T | Central Michigan

2012 | Pick No. 11 | Dontari Poe | DT | Memphis

2011 | Pick No. 26 | Jonathan Baldwin | WR | Pittsburgh

2010 | Pick No. 5 | Cheap Eric Berry Jersey | DB | Tennessee

2009 | Pick No. 3 | Tyson Jackson | DE | LSU

2008 | Pick No. 15 | Branden Albert | G | Virginia

2008 | Pick No. 5 | Cheap Glenn Dorsey Jersey | DT | LSU

2007 | Pick No. 23 | Cheap Dwayne Bowe Jersey | WR | LSU

2006 | Pick No. 20 | Tamba Hali | DE | Penn State

2005 | Pick No. 15 |Cheap Derrick Johnson Jersey | LB | Texas

2003 | Pick No. 27 | Cheap Larry Johnson Jersey | RB | Penn State

2002 | Pick No. 6 | Ryan Sims | DT | North Carolina

2000 | Pick No. 21 | Sylvester Morris | WR | Jackson State

1999 | Pick No. 14 | John Tait | T | BYU

1998 | Pick No. 27 | Victor Riley | T | Auburn

1997 | Pick No. 13 | Tony Gonzalez | TE | California

1996 | Pick No. 28 | Jerome Woods | DB | Memphis

1995 | Pick No. 31 | Trezelle Jenkins | T | Michigan

1994 | Pick No. 25 | Cheap Greg Hill Jersey| RB | Texas A&M

1992 | Pick No. 20 | Dale Carter | DB | Tennessee

1991 | Pick No. 21 | Harvey Williams | RB | LSU

1990 | Pick No. 13 | Percy Snow | LB | Michigan State

1989 | Pick No. 4 | Cheap Derrick Thomas Jersey | LB | Alabama

1988 | Pick No. 2 | Neil Smith | DE | Nebraska

1987 | Pick No. 19 | Cheap Paul Palmer Jersey | RB | Temple

1986 | Pick No. 7 | Brian Jozwiak | G | West Virginia

1985 | Pick No. 15 | Ethan Horton | TE | North Carolina

1984 | Pick No. 21 | John Alt | T | Iowa

1984 | Pick No. 5 | Bill Maas | NT | Pittsburgh

1983 | Pick No. 7 | Cheap Todd Blackledge Jersey | QB | Penn State

1982 | Pick No. 11 | Cheap Anthony Hancock Jersey | WR | Tennessee

1981 | Pick No. 14 | Willie Scott | TE | South Carolina

1980 | Pick No. 11 | Brad Budde | G | USC

1979 | Pick No. 23 |Cheap Steve Fuller Jersey | QB | Clemson

1979 | Pick No. 2 | Cheap Mike Bell Jersey| DE | Colorado State

1978 | Pick No. 2 | Cheap Art Still Jersey | DE | Kentucky

1977 | Pick No. 10 | Cheap Gary Green Jersey | DB | Baylor

1976 | Pick No. 14 | Rod Walters | G | Iowa

1974 | Pick No. 16 | Woody Green | RB | Arizona State

1972 | Pick No. 23 | Jeff Kinney | RB | Nebraska

1971 | Pick No. 16 | Elmo Wright | WR | Houston

1970 | Pick No. 26 | Sid Smith | C | USC

1969 | Pick No. 23 | Jim Marsalis | DB | Tennessee State

1968 | Pick No. 22 | George Daney | G | Texas – El Paso

1968 | Pick No. 19 | Mo Moorman | G | Texas A&M

1967 | Pick No. 24 | Gene Trosch | DE | Miami (FL)

Notes:

– All forty-nine of Kansas City’s first-round picks since 1967 have gone on to suit up for the Chiefs.

– 14 of those 49 picks played at least 100 games with Kansas City: tight end Cheap Tony Gonzalez Jersey (190), linebacker Derrick Johnson (182), offensive tackle Cheap John Alt Jersey (179), defensive end Cheap Tamba Hali Jersey (177), linebacker Derrick Thomas (169), defensive end Cheap Neil Smith Jersey, defensive end Art Still (136), defensive end Mike Bell (135), defensive back Cheap Jerome Woods Jersey (128), wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (118), nose tackle Cheap Bill Maas Jersey (116), defensive back Cheap Dale Carter Jersey (104), offensive tackle Cheap Eric Fisher Jersey (102) and defensive back Gary Green (100).

– The Chiefs have a knack for drafting prolific pass rushers in the first round, as Thomas (126.5), Hali (89.5), Smith (85.5) and Still (73.0) are four of the top five sack artists in franchise history. Thomas was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

– Gonzalez, who finished his career with the most career catches (1,325), receiving yards (15,127), 100-yard receiving games (31) and second-most touchdowns (114) by a tight end in NFL history, was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame last summer.

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– Speaking of records, Johnson owns the mark for the most tackles (1,262) in franchise history.

– The Chiefs have selected more players from LSU (4) in the first round than any other school.

– Kansas City has drafted more offensive linemen (12) in the first round than any other position.