One of the most exciting parts of the NFL was once the kick off return touchdown. That has been killed off in recent years with kickoffs being pushed up to the thirty-five yard line and with most kickers having ‘cannon legs’. This means that most kickoffs result in a touchback which is boring.
So we have to give kudos to Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back, Knile Davis...
There is a reason why you go ahead and pick a talented running back in the middle rounds of the draft even though he never really got to show his true potential in college. It's because when he does his get is chance in the NFL he is going to prove just how talented he is by making plays like this one--a 108-yard kick return (a new Chiefs record).Right Knile Davis?From Bleacher...
The Kansas City Chiefs are putting some pressure on the Denver Broncos right now and Knile Davis’ 108 yard touchdown off his kickoff return is a big reason why. Burners. We’ll have to wait and see if Peyton Manning and the always dangerous Denver Broncos offense can get things back on track in the first […]
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- There is little doubt that the NFL has become a next-man-up league as big-name players everywhere go down to injury each week.
And in Kansas City, that scenario is always on the minds of Chiefs fans when they consider the workload running back Jamaal Charles has endured through nine games. Charles has more carries (170) than any other back in the NFL.
Chiefs rookie running back Knile Davis looked solid against San Francisco, rushing 10 times for 37 yards and catching three balls for 31 yards.Fantasy Spin:The questions with Davis have never been about talent. Davis is the handcuff for Jamaal Charles.
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3.34 Kansas City Chiefs Knile Davis, RB, Arkansas (5-11, 227)
With the 34th pick in the third round of the NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected RB Knile Davis from Arkansas. There is no denying the skill set that Knile Davis has. He’s got arguably some of the best athleticism of anyone in the draft but there is a reason he slid to the end of the third round. For one, his durability is...
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed running back Knile Davis, a third-round pick out of Arkansas.
Davis was selected 96th overall in last month's draft. Terms were not released Monday.
Davis had a monster sophomore season for Arkansas, running for 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns. But the 227-pound Davis broke an ankle as a junior, and a combination of uncertainty on the coaching...
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May 13, 2013
Former Arkansas running back Knile Davis gave a very interesting reason as to why he chose No. 35 with the Kansas City Chiefs.