Each practice day Limited Reggie Ragland Jersey , the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs travel to Cleveland this weekend to take on the Browns.Here is the Chiefsí second official injury report of the week:BrownsSome notesAfter some odd circumstances Wednesday in which the Chiefs said linebacker Justin Houston would practice but didnít, he was at practice but limited on Thursday. So was fellow linebacker Anthony Hitchens. My gut tells me it will be a stretch for both players to go against Cleveland. Safety Eric Berry missed his 82nd day of practice with a sore heel. Center Mitch Morse is still in the concussion protocol.Wide receiver Tyreek Hill was limited after practice fully on Wednesday. Thatís not exactly a good sign but not necessarily a bad one either. Letís see how the Chiefs list Hill on Friday. I still expect him to play, as of now.Safety Daniel Sorensen once again practiced Thursday but no news to report as far as his activation goes.Browns starting safety Damarious Randall has not had a full practice since Week 6, and he played through ankle and groin injuries last Sunday. The Browns gave him another day off Thursday. Like Randall, Browns starting center JC Tretter had Wednesday and Thursday off last week before practicing limitedly Friday and ultimately playing Sunday. Iím expecting the same this week.Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway looks to have injured his ankle during practice. He was added to the report with a limited status on Thursday. This is part three of a three-part weekly film analysis on the performance of Patrick Mahomes. Part one: something good and something bad here, part two: something smart and something special here.Iím a terrible golfer. My handicap is my birth year. I can never direct the ball where I want it to go, and getting the ball up in the air is a coin flip. I still enjoy playing from time to time, but if youíre trying to win a scramble, Iím dead weight.The worldís best golfers canít rely just on the ability to drive or be a good putter. Youíve got to play a well-rounded game. You have to be able to place the ball where you want it, sometimes with distance, keep yourself out of as many bad situations as you can, get out of them when you do, and oh yeah...have enough touch to putt. If Patrick Mahomes was a golfer, he could drive a golf ball farther than anyone. But the subtleties to his game he reveals every week are what will eventually have him at the top of the leaderboard. This week wasnít requiring him to pull out the 1-wood as much as other weeks, but he got a chance to show how well rounded the rest of his game is starting to become.Something improvedIt felt like the game slowed down a little for him this week. Quickly finding the right play is an ability. Mahomes showed comfort in the pocket Orlando Scandrick Jersey , good navigation of the pocket and quick decision-making in the face of pressure when required. Where Mahomes has been having to manage the juice at the start of games, he settled in quickly this week. He looked like he was playing with supreme confidence and poise all game. Itís revealed in the three plays above.Play one: Mahomes is working through the front-side concept. He feels pressure both to his front and back, steps up in the pocket and has the awareness to know the drag route by Kareem Hunt is working into his line of sight. It was such a quick response to pressure and to find the outlet. He couldnít have responded just by seeing. He was processing the play as it was happening.Play two: Feeling pressure on the drop, knowing he needs to bail backward and delivering a ball quick to his outlet who finishes for a touchdown. Itís an athletic throw to deliver that ball and a smart, poised decision with a rusher at his feet. Play three: Not having anyone open on the vertical routes and getting the ball down to Hunt in the flat quickly and decisively. Heís early to the flat route by Hunt, but in a good way. He wastes no time seeing the depth of the defense to get the ball to the running back with space to run. Check-downs and shorter throws got a bad rap when we see them too much. In proper context, they go a long way in winning football games. A good short game when properly utilized wins. Mahomes is picking the right clubs with consistency.These werenít the rarest of plays heís made, and none of these will be on the highlight reel at the end of the year. Theyíre just indicators of comfort, control, command and an understanding of all facets of the game happening in front of him. He looked as prepared and quick to process as he has. The timing to get the ball to his outlets was perfect and it yielded great results.It was the most veteran-like performance for the young quarterback, and the subtleties should leave you encouraged. There was no urge to make everything happen at all at once. He was fantastic in allowing the game to happen and leaning on his preparation. He continues to develop right before our eyes, and itís happening week to week.Needs improvementThereís been one kind of throw that weíve yet to see Mahomes hit yet, and itís kind of amazing he hasnít.This is a cut of plays where the receiver is streaking down the middle of the field and thereís no defender between the receiver and the end zone. These plays resulted in four incompletions and an interception. I canít recall one being hit in the first seven games.These are not the easiest throws and this is admittedly a narrow scenario thatís happening about once a game, but weíre starting to get enough of a sample size to notice it. For some reason, Mahomes has shown inconsistencies on middle-field throws that are thrown over the entire defense. Plays in which the receiver (almost always Tyreek Hill) are in position to or already have run away from everyone on the defense Authentic Xavier Williams Jersey , weíve yet to see Mahomes connect.Now donít get me wrong, heís hit his fair share of deep passes, but if you notice, theyíve hit in front of a defender. This play I wrote about yesterday mightíve ended up being the first one Mahomes lets Sammy Watkins run underneath, but Carlos Dunlap has other plans and forces the ball short.When thereís a middle-field throw, typically a post route, and Mahomes has a chance to let his receiver run under it, we havenít seen the connection work nearly halfway through the season. Itís interesting. Mahomes provided a quote after the game on what was his only interception against the Bengals.It sounds like he may just trying to understand still how far he can stretch the arm out on these kinds of alerts or shot plays. There are a few instances in the above cut-up of vertical shots where Mahomes has under-thrown the receiver and diminished the separation the receiver was creating. Itís kind of confusing. We KNOW heís capable of throws similar to this......he just hasnít hit them in a real game. Whether heís struggling to gauge how far to leave it out for (specifically) Hill, or the timing is just off, itís surprisingly not something that heís executed to count for his yardage totals. Heíll hit one of these assuredly soon, but itís worth mentioning there are at least five plays where he hasnít.Heís been good on throws to receivers open down the sidelines, but middle-field shots havenít been part of the regular-season highlight real yet. You wouldíve expected him to have hit on a couple by now.Hopefully, this week is when we finally get a play of this nature.Miss this weekís episode of the AP Laboratory? If you canít see the player, click here.Links: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Art 19Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you donít miss videos like this from Kent!