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Patrick Mahomes loves ketchup.There were a lot of interesting tidbits about the Kansas City

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Chiefs’ breakout star in a profile of Mahomes from ESPN’s Seth Wickersham. But the quarterback’s affinity for ketchup was the real golden nugget of the piece:Apparently it goes beyond steaks too. He even told Yahoo Sports’ Terez Paylor after practice Thursday that he puts it on his macaroni and cheese. Uh ... yikes.The good news for Mahomes is that he has a chance at lots and lots of ketchup:OK Youth De'Vondre Campbell Jersey , that’s fun. But we have questions. A lot of them:1. Why?2. How much would Heinz on your steak for life even cost? Can’t be much.3. Even if he has two steaks a week, a $3 bottle of ketchup should last a month or so, right?4. So is this even that great of a deal?5. Does he just get a case per year in perpetuity?6. What if Heinz isn’t even his favorite kind of ketchup?7. What if it only takes a couple years before he’s begging Heinz to stop sending ketchup?8. If Mahomes is seen pouring ketchup on his fries, will Heinz say “HEY WAIT, that’s only for steak!”?9. If Mahomes puts ketchup on steaks and macaroni, is there anything he won’t put it on?10. What if he drenches the whole steak in ketchup?11. What if he full on marinates it in ketchup?12. Is it only regular ketchup, or do alternates apply (e.g. spicy, sweetened with honey, etc)?13. Does he have to ring a bell when he’s about to eat steak?14. Does it have to be Mahomes, or can any QB claim the prize from Heinz if they throw for 57 TDs?15. Not related to Mahomes, but seriously what the hell is Mayochup, and dear God why?16. Should the Chiefs in their next Color Rush game switch their uniform color to Ketchup Red?17. When LaDainian Tomlinson set a record with 31 touchdowns in 2006, why didn’t he get Baskin Robbins for life?18. Mahomes is pacing for 49.6 touchdowns. Would the motivation for ketchup actually make him try to pick up the pace?19. Does Heinz fully appreciate how many damn touchdowns they’re asking for?20. Heinz says his two rushing touchdowns don’t count. WHY DON’T HIS RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS COUNT?21. If Mahomes breaks the single-season touchdown record (55), will he even care about free ketchup?22. Will Andy Reid pay for Mahomes’ ketchup if he rests the starters in Week 17 and doesn’t let Mahomes throw touchdown passes?23. Will Mahomes let Reid have some ketchup if he doesn’t rest him?24. Reid definitely loves ketchup, huh?25. Can Mahomes’ family or relatives or future children eat this ketchup?26. What if his pets want to put steak on their ketchup?27. Are these the squeeze bottles of ketchup or the glass ones?28. Can they not be the glass ones? Those suck and take a lot of effort.29. Actually, the glass bottles could injure our sweet QBs arms. Squeeze bottles or else.30. If these are given out in small packets I’m gonna be so pissed. It can’t be those, right?31. Why is ketchup packaged in such inconvenient forms?32. Hasn’t he been in Kansas City long enough to have learned about barbecue sauce or something by now? 33. If Mahomes runs out of ketchup, can he just go into any grocery store and demand free Heinz by showing his ID?34. Will there be a black market for Patrick Mahomes IDs if that’s the case? 35. Do you pronounce it to-MAY-to or to-MAH-to?36. Why did the product change from catsup to ketchup?37. Shouldn’t Mahomes get something from Heinz anyway, after throwing for six touchdowns at Heinz Field in Week 2?38. Is Ben Roethlisberger pissed they never offered him ketchup after all these years at Heinz Field?39. Are the Steelers going to try to steal Mahomes’ ketchup?40. What if copious amounts of ketchup are the reason Mahomes sounds like Kermit the Frog?41. Will the Chiefs allow Heinz to do this because it can’t be healthy?42. Does Mahomes know that you can tap the “57” on the glass bottle to get the ketchup out of the bottle faster?43. Why do tomatoes taste so bad, but ketchup tastes so good?44. Ketchup is red. The Chiefs wear red jerseys. Maybe they should partner?45. Wait I just realized Mahomes can eat the ketchup(ed) steak and not worry about stains!46.Is putting ketchup on steak a millennial thing? Do older people do it too? 47. Did Mahomes’ receivers lose respect over this ketchup thing? 48. Does Mahomes eat the ketchup-laced steak pregame?49. Does this hurt his diet?50. Is Heinz secretly investing in the cardiovascular downfall of Kansas City’s QB?51. Are the Patriots behind this?52. They are, aren’t they? 53. Tom Brady doesn’t eat ketchup, does he?54. Is this now called KetchupGate?55. Where is Mahomes going to store all of this ketchup?56. Is Mahomes now forced to date ketchup-lovers?57. Actually, maybe he should find someone who loves him enough to tell him to stop eating steak with ketchup? The NFL’s coaching ranks are littered with former players. Todd Bowles spent eight seasons as a defensive back. Doug Pederson started nine games at quarterback for the Eagles before leading them to their first Super Bowl title as a second-year head coach. Frank Reich led the greatest comeback, non-Falcons division, in NFL history.On Sunday, we’ll get the rare opportunity to see one of these veterans stare across the field at the man for whom he played the bulk of his career. Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel did a little bit of everything for Bill Belichick in his eight years in New England. He pestered quarterbacks as an All-Pro outside linebacker, pulled his weight as a special teams stalwart, and even caught eight touchdown passes as a goal line tight end.And now he’ll face the man who built him up from overlooked free agent into do-everything weapon when the Patriots face the Titans in Nashville. That raises a logical question; who’s next? The current NFL landscape is littered with players — quarterbacks, defensive backs, linemen, and more — whose next step after retirement will be to begin the long climb from underpaid assistant to leading a pro team? We’ve got some ideas.The case for: Pierre GarconI pray for a world where Philip Rivers is a new generation’s Jim Harbaugh Youth Alex Mack Jersey , overseeing a staff made entirely of his 27 children and screaming near-obscenities at the opposing sideline. But also I can’t imagine the man so uncomfortable with moving from San Diego to Los Angeles that he’d pay $200,000 for a custom film-room SUV rather than relocate would be up for more travel once his playing career is over. Phil’s gonna make one hell of a pee-wee coach, though.Instead, let’s go with a veteran player whose understanding of offenses across the sport ranges from Division III fields all the way to Santa Clara — Pierre Garcon. The NFL has held no surprises for Garcon, who has adapted to a myriad of different offensive philosophies and strategies in an 11-year career. He’s been a key part of every offense he’s ever been a part of, developing from a sixth-round flyer out of Mount Union College into a league-leading receiver thanks to his innate understanding of the game. Over that span, he’s worked to create plays for quarterbacks like Peyton Manning, Kirk Cousins, Robert Griffin III, and Jimmy Garoppolo. He’s worked with coaches like Kyle Shanahan, Tony Dungy, Frank Reich, Jim Bob Cooter, Mike Shanahan, and Sean McVay.So over that decade-plus, he’s had the opportunity to absorb lessons from a true variety of coaches and passers, and he’s been a lauded teammate at each stop. When he leaves his cleats behind, he’ll have no shortage of opportunities to pass that knowledge on as a coach. And if his coaching career is anything like his playing days, he won’t need long to level up from quality control assistant to a big-time job. — Christian D’AndreaThe case for: Marshawn LynchLynch’s career with the NFL may already over and that’s too bad, because that’d mean it ended in a storm of incompetency in Oakland. He already called it quits once, but came back for another go with his hometown Raiders. But now he’s on injured reserve and the Raiders still have no clear plan where they’ll be in 2019. It’d seem like the time is right for the 32-year-old running back to ride off into the sunset for good.That’s a sad thought, but if his first retirement showed us one thing, it’s that he probably won’t be too far out of sight. During his 2016 season away from the NFL, Lynch hiked in France with Bear Grylls, rode camels in Egypt, and handed out Skittles in Scotland. But we’d really get our daily dose of Lynch if he ended up an NFL head coach.Hear me out.Standoffish with the media? You bet. He’d even give Bill Belichick a run for his money.Ridiculous quotes? Jon Gruden’s given us some gems, but Lynch is a quote machine:Prepared for the job? Lynch coaches with dang chicken wings in his socks. Don’t tell me he doesn’t come prepared.And lastly, he’s one of the most accomplished backs in NFL history. Jokes aside, he’s one of 31 players to crack 10,000 career rushing yards and he’s 16th all-time in rushing touchdowns. His teammates have always seemed to love him and you could probably do a lot worse than putting Lynch in charge. — Adam StitesThe case for: Tyrod TaylorAll offseason, the Browns insisted that Tie/Tuh-rod Taylor was their starting quarterback. They didn’t want to No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield to suffer the same gruesome fate as their previous rookie quarterback Womens Ricardo Allen Jersey , DeShone Kizer, who threw 22 picks and went 0-15 as a starter the year before. That seemed a bit like Hue Jackson “logic.” Mayfield was a Heisman Trophy winner, the top pick in the draft, and clearly more ready for the NFL than a project like Kizer. But it was also understandable if you ever paid attention to what the coaches, and the Browns players, said about Taylor.It wasn’t just about what they said, either. It was the way they said it. They flat-out gushed about him. About his leadership, his thoughtfulness, his worth ethic, his steadiness, and yes, his play too.Because make no mistake: Taylor can still play. In a league where Brock Osweiler, Nathan Peterman (or Matt Barkley), and Nick Mullens are starting games — and that’s THIS week only — Taylor is more than worthy of a spot on an NFL roster. His brief time as the Browns’ starting quarterback doesn’t change that.And what else hasn’t changed, even if he’s Mayfield’s backup now, is Taylor’s demeanor in the locker room. He’s still a leader and still the guy his teammates can turn to when they need a pick-me-up. That ability to read people, and know what they need to hear and when they need to hear, isan underrated skill. So is Taylor’s ability to be a walking motivation quote and just a plain ol’ good dude.And if you have questions about his coaching chops, he seems to have those too:Come to think of it, the Browns really should’ve just made him the player-coach this year. — Sarah HardyThe case for: Josh McCownJosh McCown has been a journeyman quarterback since entering the league in 2002 (he’s played for 10 teams!) and he’s played in a myriad of different systems and schemes. While he’s currently not the active starter for the New York Jets, he’s played an invaluable role in the development of rookie quarterback Sam Darnold.McCown is already acting like a pseudo-coach, standing right next to offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates during the game and helping Darnold understand the playbook during the week. McCown is already acting as a coach for Darnold, so why not let him do the real thing when it’s time for him to hang it up? He already has some experience in the area, so the learning curve wouldn’t be very high for him. — Charles McDonaldThe case for: Sam BradfordNine seasons, four teams, five different head coaches and no fewer than 100 offensive coordinators ... it’s safe to say the guy’s seen a veritable buffet of styles and philosophies, even a couple of successful ones. He’d also be a great fit for a team all set to draft their franchise quarterback. Who better than Sam Bradford, the No. 1 overall pick in 2010, to know what NOT to do with a can’t-miss kid like himself? Still not convinced? Jon Gruden, labeled an offensive guru himself (lol) is making $100 million to be a head coach. HOW HARD CAN IT BE!?!?! — Ryan Van Bibber

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