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Best bets on Week 17 NFL games- NFL Vegas Experts (insider)
The sharps joined the public in grabbing the Chiefs at lower numbers but the lines seems to have peaked at -6 (with some books getting buyback on the Chargers and dipping back to -5.5).

Chargers GM Tom Telesco mum on Mike McCoy's future - Eric Williams
"We obviously have a lot of work to do when the season concludes to assess where we are and where we’re going," Telesco said. "This year’s team is a reflection on everyone. It’s a reflection on me, the players and all of the assistant coaches. It’s not just Mike.

Smart Notes – Clemson’s Offensive Playbook, Lamar Jackson’s Passing, Belichick, Match Quarters - Chris B. Brown
I will admit to my biases in that, while I am always a proponent of simplicity, the sophistication of the passing game in this playbook — or, frankly, from much of Clemson’s film — leaves me a bit cold. Now, as I mentioned, Clemson’s staff has done a nice job adding more to the passing game to better feature Deshaun Watson’s skills, and there’s no reason for Clemson to drop in 500 of Bill Walsh’s favorite pass plays into the middle of a very streamlined, tightly organized offense, but it’s clear that the goal of Clemson’s offense is to make you defend Clemson’s tempo, formations, runs, "shot play" play-action passes behind your secondary and individual one-on-one matchups in the passing game, and only then do you worry about specific pass game concepts.

Chiefs Wary of Bolts Playing Spoiler - Hayley Elwood
"I agree with Coach, totally," affirmed Marcus Peters.  "When you have a quarterback like that who can put up numbers and who is a gunslinger and when you have a (future) Hall of Fame tight end, they’ve been doing it for a long time and you have to respect them.  You just go in with the same attitude."

The Right Combination in Season Finales - Joe Gigliotti
Tyrell Williams is closing in on 1,000 receiving yards this season. However, he made an impression after going undrafted coming out of college in last year’s regular season finale against the Broncos. Williams showed signs of what was to come, hauling in his first career catch and touchdown in one big swoop – an 80-yard touchdown against the best defense in the NFL.