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WR Ja’Marr Chase Puts Forth a Provoking Statement for Patrick Mahomes’ Defense Upon His Return Ahead of Chiefs Game

Published 12/01/2022, 3:08 PM EST

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The Cincinnati Bengals are set to face the Kansas City Chiefs. Ja’Marr Chase, the wide receiver of the team, is back after suffering from a hip injury against the New Orleans Saints in Week 6. The WR is taking part in limited practices. But now that the 22-year-old is preparing to face the Patrick Mahomes-led Chiefs and said a stirring statement for them. 

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The Fred Biletnikoff Award winner has been concentrating on his health and improving his fitness level since Week 6 so that he can bring a tremendous fight against his competitors.


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Ja’Marr Chase had something intriguing to say

The NFL world thought they won’t see Chase run around the field because of being inactive. However, the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year gave unmissable information about his much-awaited return. 

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Chase, in an interview, said that he feels better and is very excited to play again. “I don’t think I can be stopped if I’m being honest. I’m out there playing football, playing my game. So when I’m in a rhythm, on a roll …the timing is there, and I’m just playing football.” It sounds like a promise that the young wide-out will try to keep against the Kansas City Chiefs. Chase has so far caught 47 passes for 605 yards and six touchdowns.


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The WR can bring the additional kick the Bengals need


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Ja’Marr Chase is returning to The Joe Burrow-led Bengals at the perfect time. His team has won three consecutive games and is looking forward to topping the list in the AFC North. The lead QB and his team have fared well till now. 

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Chase will play the remaining five games with his team. He could have played in the Week 12 game against the Tennessee Titans. However, he was ruled out as questionable due to his hip injury. 


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Ja’Marr Chase will play his first game. The last he played was in October against the Atlanta Falcons. In every game, the WR had more than 100 receiving yards. Therefore, the return of a strong offensive player will benefit the team a lot. 

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Written by:

Neha Joshi


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Neha Joshi is an NFL writer at Essentially Sports. She is currently pursuing her postgraduate degree in English Literature from R.D National College, Mumbai and has also previously worked as a Graduate Intern at Jacobs.
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Deepika Bhaduri