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Welcome to our second grade games page! On this page, you’ll find a variety of fun and educational games that are designed to entertain, challenge, and engage children who are around 7 to 8 years old. Our games cover a range of subjects, including math, vocabulary, and more, and are designed to help kids practice and continue building on the skills they are learning.
One of the key areas of focus for second graders is math, and we have a number of games that are designed to help kids practice and improve their skills in this area. For example, our “Jet Ski Addition” game challenges kids to practice addition facts as they race other students across the water. We also have games that focus on other subjects such as typing, word recognition, and more.
In addition to the subject-specific games, we also have a number of games that are designed to help kids improve their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. For example, our “Mazes and Keys” game presents kids with a series of puzzles and challenges that are designed to get them thinking and solving problems.
Here are just a few of the games you’ll find on this page:
Dolphin Dash Addition : Join the fun of a canoe regatta while honing your 2-digit addition skills in this multiplayer math game. Choose your puppy and race with a partner to improve your math abilities.
Sailboat Subtraction : Navigate the waters of subtraction in this multiplayer math game while engaging in a tug-of-war competition with your sailboat friends. Correctly answer subtraction facts to propel your team to victory.
Typing Jets : Practice your home-row keys in this fun multiplayer typing game. Compete with friends as you fly through the sky, typing the given letters as accurately and quickly as possible to emerge victorious.
Dolphin Dash Money : Dive into a thrilling race while honing your money counting skills in this fun multiplayer math game. Race along the water with a colorful dolphin and be the first to correctly count the coins in record time to win the race.
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Use these free, printable worksheets to practice and improve reading comprehension, vocabulary and writing. Each worksheet includes a short fiction or non-fiction passage followed by some questions. These worksheets are at a 2nd grade level.
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Phonics Games for 2nd Graders
Rhyming Words With Trigraphs Game
Learn language art skills by practicing rhyming words with trigraphs.
Begin Blending With Diphthongs OI and OY Game
Begin blending with diphthongs OI and OY to play this game.
Explore Words With Trigraphs - dge Game
Get familiar with reading by learning to explore words with trigraphs - dge.
Explore Words With Diphthongs - oy Game
Polish your language skills by exploring words with diphthongs - oy.
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Explore Words With Diphthongs - ou Game
Polish your language skills by exploring words with diphthongs - ou.
Explore Words With Diphthongs - ow Game
Polish your language skills by exploring words with diphthongs - ow.
Explore Words With Triple Blends - spl Game
Get familiar with reading by learning to explore words with triple blends - spl.
From Sounds to Words: coil and toy Game
With the help of this game learn to translate sounds to words: coll and toy.
Guess the Word: boy and moist Game
Kids must guess the word: boy and moist to develop their english skills!
Find Words Using Blending: joy and join Game
Use your skills to find words using blending: joy and join.
The Ultimate Diphthongs Challenge: soil, coy and toil Game
Introduce your child to reading with the ultimate diphthongs challenge: soil, coy and toil.
Begin Segmenting With void and boy Game
Practice english by learning to begin segmenting with void and boy.
Rearrange Sounds to Make Words: oink and coy Game
Ask your child to rearrange sounds to make words: oink and coy.
Sequence the Letters to Make Words: soy and foil Game
Make english easy by learning to sequence the letters to make words: soy and foil.
Guess the Word: coin and toy Game
Practice language art skills by spotting the word: coin and toy.
Begin Blending With Diphthongs OU and OW Game
Begin blending with diphthongs OU and OW to play this game.
From Sounds to Words: growl and cloud Game
With the help of this game learn to translate sounds to words: growl and cloud.
Guess the Word: shout and crown Game
Put your language skills to the test by guessing the word: shout and crown.
Find Words Using Blending: how and found Game
Use your skills to find words using blending: how and found.
The Ultimate Diphthongs Challenge: cow, prowl and ground Game
Introduce your child to reading with the ultimate diphthongs challenge: cow, prowl and ground.
Begin Segmenting With down and mouth Game
Practice english by learning to begin segmenting with down and mouth.
Rearrange Sounds to Make Words: bound and drown Game
Ask your child to rearrange sounds to make words: bound and drown.
Sequence the Letters to Make Words: brown and round Game
Kids will sequence the letters to make words: brown and round.
Guess the Word: loud and clown Game
Put your language skills to the test by guessing the word: loud and clown.
Begin Blending With Three Letter Blends SPL and STR Game
Begin blending with three letter blends SPL and STR to practice your skills.
From Sounds to Words: splat and strut Game
With the help of this game learn to translate sounds to words: splat and strut.
Guess the Word: squirm and street Game
Put your language skills to the test by guessing the word: squirm and street.
Find Words Using Blending: splurt and squeak Game
Let your child find words using blending: splurt and squeak.
The Ultimate Triple Blends Challenge: splash, string and squish Game
Have fun with the ultimate triple blends challenge: splash, string and squish.
Learn Three Letter Blends With SQU and STR Game
Play to learn three letter blends with SQU and STR.
Identify the Three Letter Blend: strum and squid Game
Learn language art skills by practicing how to identify the three letter blend: strum and squid.
Choose the Correct Triple Blend: SPL and SQU Game
Kids must choose the correct triple blend: SPL and SQU.
Build Words Using the Triple Blend: spleen and squirm Game
Kids must build words using the triple blend: spleen and squirm.
Triple Blend and Its Name: SPL, SQU and STR Game
Practice english skills by learning about triple blend and its name: SPL, SQU and STR.
Begin Segmenting With stream and squirt Game
Practice english by learning to begin segmenting with stream and squirt.
Rearrange Sounds to Make Words: split and strand Game
Ask your child to rearrange sounds to make words: split and strand.
Sequence the Letters to Make Words: struck and splash Game
Get familiar with reading by learning to sequence the letters to make words: struck and splash.
Guess the Word: squeak and strain Game
Put your language skills to the test by guessing the word: squeak and strain.
Begin Blending With Trigraphs IGH and DGE Game
Make english fun by learning to begin blending with trigraphs IGH and DGE.
From Sounds to Words: night and pledge Game
With the help of this game learn to translate sounds to words: night and pledge.
Guess the Word: ditch and bridge Game
Put your language skills to the test by guessing the word: ditch and bridge.
Find Words Using Blending: thigh and hedge Game
Kids will find words using blending: 'thigh' and 'hedge' to develop their english skills!
The Ultimate Trigraphs Challenge: nudge, latch and sigh Game
Make learning fun with the ultimate trigraphs Cchallenge: nudge, latch and sigh.
Explore Words Ending With Trigraphs DGE and TCH Game
Put your language skills to the test by exploring words ending with trigraphs DGE and TCH.
Identify the Trigraph: wedge and stitch Game
Play and learn to identify the trigraph: wedge and stitch.
Pick the Right Trigraph: trudge and hitch Game
Kids must pick the right trigraph: 'trudge' and 'hitch' to develop their english skills!
Make Words With the Trigraph sketch and bridge Game
Kids must make words with the trigraph 'sketch' and 'bridge'.
Ending Trigraph and Its Name: TCH and DGE Game
Practice your skills by learning about ending trigraph and its name: TCH and DGE.
Begin Segmenting With bright and ridge Game
Practice english by learning to begin segmenting with bright and ridge.
Rearrange Sounds to Make Words: dodge and match Game
Ask your child to rearrange sounds to make words: dodge and match.
Online Reading Games for 2nd Grade
Children love to read and be read to. You can help shine the light on your reader by starting early and starting right with fun reading games for 2nd graders. The early years in childhood often set the foundation and the tone for reading as a skill and a hobby. Getting the learning dynamic right at this stage ensures that reading, writing, and spelling come more naturally to your child. 2nd grade reading games like phonics games and sight words games provide practice guides and fun activities that help bring the joy of reading alive.
Other ELA games you can explore are: reading games , writing games , writing sight word games , letter tracing games , etc.
How do we introduce reading to 2nd graders?
Fun reading games for 2nd graders can be very helpful to introduce reading skills to children. They help kids practice diphthongs, trigraphs, three letter blends, rhyming words, magic E, bossy R and much more. These essential concepts form the foundation of reading skills.
How can we make reading fun for 2nd graders?
Online reading games for 2nd grade make reading fun, exciting and enjoyable. These games provide a platform to kids where they can practice repeatedly without worrying about scores and grades. Concept reinforcement builds their confidence skills and they are able to have a lot more fun and experiment with learning techniques.
How can games help better the reading skills of 2nd graders?
2nd grade reading games help kids practice the same concepts and ideas several times using different methods. This helps children achieve clarity about the subject matter. These games also enhance their linguistic skills and comprehension skills overall which subsequently improves their reading skills as well.
1. How do I teach my 2nd grader reading skills?
By grade 2, children are learning reading comprehension – that means they are trying to understand what is being read. This is a vital stage for them. To help them build reading skills, you must discuss, practice and collaborate with them. The more you talk about what they read, the better they will understand it. You can also play fun games online that teach them the right skills they need to practice reading.
2. What to teach 2nd graders in reading?
All sorts of fun topics such as phonics, sight words, three letter blends, trigraphs, reading short and long words, rhyming words, sight word sounds, etc. should be taught to 2nd graders to help them practice reading.
3. What are some of the best fun reading activities for 2nd grade?
Fun reading activities like reading bingo, making up a story, vocabulary scavenger hunt, etc. are excellent to build and practice reading skills.
4. What are the best books for reading for 2nd grade?
Interesting fiction stories can be read aloud with the kid or narrated to the child to develop reading skills. Start with short stories or short fiction storybooks of any genre that interests your child. This will greatly help them develop reading skills at an early age.
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Second Grade Homework Assignments and Exercises
In second grade, students don't receive much homework, but they do receive some assignments to help them review and strengthen their understanding of what is learned in class. You can review these with your child and create your own for additional practice.
What Exercises Should I Assign to My Child?
Many teachers expect second graders to read at night for homework and ask parents to sign their child's reading logs. If you'd like to complete this exercise independently, you can print blank reading logs for free off the Internet. In addition to reading logs, second graders typically complete math worksheets. Depending on the unit, worksheets cover skills like addition, subtraction, time, money and measurement. You can find free samples of these online as well.
When assigning homework to your second grade child, you may want to aim for 30 minutes of reading and 30 minutes of practice in a different subject. Approximately 30 minutes worth of work will keep his or her attention and won't be overwhelming. To get started, you can try the ideas below.
Three Homework Assignments for Second Graders
Alphabetizing sight words.
Because second graders are still beginning readers, one exercise you might try with your child is creating alphabetized lists of words. This activity can be done frequently, so you may want to start by creating a schedule and category for each list. For example, you could do a Valentine's Day list in February or a summer-themed list in July.
To set it up, simply type out a list of sight words and other key terms your child has already covered in class in a random order. Then, ask your son or daughter to label the word that comes first in the dictionary with a one, the second with a two and so on. Once complete, take some time to review the results and discuss any errors you find.
Although students have just begun to read when they reach second grade, short writing and journal prompts are a great way to encourage learning new vocabulary, practicing proper spelling and getting thoughts on paper. Once a week, schedule some time with your child to write a journal entry or response that you can keep in a file until the school year is over. At such a young age, opinion prompts are best. For example, ask your child to answer questions about favorite pets, food or vacation spots and why he or she enjoys them.
In second grade, your child will learn how to tell time. One way to practice this is to provide worksheets that simply list a numerical time and have your child draw the hands on a blank clock. Alternatively, you can also create a paper clock with movable hands for your child to use during review. You can state a time out loud and ask your son or daughter to move the hands on the paper clock to the appropriate position.
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Second grade math builds upon the skills learned in the first grade. In second grade, homework becomes slightly harder, causing many students to look toward their parents for homework help. Read on to learn more about the math topics taught in second grade classrooms and how you can help your child to succeed.
Second grade is a critical time for children to learn skills such as basic reading. Parents are often encouraged to provide homework help because there is not enough time during the school day to both teach and sufficiently reinforce these skills at school.
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Chiefs vs. Dolphins highlights: Catch up on the big moments from KC's win in Germany
The Kansas City Chiefs hung on to beat the Miami Dolphins to kick off the NFL's Sunday schedule for Week 9 .
With a minute left and the game on the line, Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was unable to corral an errant snap and the Chiefs recovered the football on the fourth-down play.
This clash of potential AFC championship game contenders started with a lopsided first half. The Chiefs took a 21-0 lead into halftime, and saw the Dolphins score 14 unanswered points in the third quarter to set up an exciting finish.
But the Chiefs got the last laugh defensively, causing Tagovailoa and the Dolphins offense to retreat backward on three occasions in the fourth quarter to end their comeback attempt.
Mahomes finished the game 20 of 30 for 185 yards with touchdown passes to receiver Rashee Rice and running back Jerick McKinnon, while safety Bryan Cook scored a 59-yard fumble return just before halftime to lead the Chiefs.
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Tagovailoa was 21 of 34 for 193 yards, throwing a touchdown pass to Cedrick Wilson Jr., while running back Raheem Mostert scored on 13-yard run with 22 seconds left in the third quarter.
Before the Dolphins’ final fumble, Tagovailoa was sacked on consecutive plays on Miami’s second-to-last drive as their offense was unable to tie the game in the fourth quarter.
The Chiefs improve to 7-2, while the Dolphins fall to 6-3. Both teams have a bye in Week 10. — Safid Deen
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Here are the kickoff times and TV info for all of Sunday’s NFL action.
- Kansas City Chiefs 21, Miami Dolphins 14
- Minnesota Vikings 31, Atlanta Falcons 28
- Baltimore Ravens 37, Seattle Seahawks 3
- Cleveland Browns 27, Arizona Cardinals 0
- Green Bay Packers 20, Los Angeles Rams 3
- Houston Texans 39, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 37
- Washington Commanders 20, New England Patriots 17
- New Orleans Saints 24, Chicago Bears 17
- Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS)
- New York Giants at Las Vegas Raiders, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)
- Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)
- Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals, 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
Bye week: Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Francisco 49ers
Winners and losers from Chiefs' win over Dolphins
Kansas City Chiefs: The first AFC team to reach seven wins in the 2023 season, the reigning Super Bowl champions cemented their hold on the conference’s projected No. 1 playoff seed and home-field advantage – which is pretty important given the last five AFC championship games have been staged at Arrowhead Stadium. K.C. now rolls into its Week 10 bye week, which is followed by a massive Monday nighter at Arrowhead, a Super Bowl 57 rematch with the Philadelphia Eagles.
K.C. D: The Chiefs offense has not been as explosive in 2023, and Sunday’s 21 points fell short of the team’s 23.4-point average entering Week 9. Luckily, the defense has stepped up in a massive way – never more so than limited the Miami Dolphins’ top-ranked offense to a season-low 14 points and just 292 total yards (the Fins’ second-lowest total in 2023). Not only did Kansas City stonewall Miami as it drove for a potential game-tying score on its final possession, Chiefs S Bryan Cook’s 59-yard fumble return for a touchdown at the end of the first half proved to be the difference in the game.
Germany: The league’s second regular-season game in Deutschland appeared to be another massive success, more than 50,000 attending in Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park, a venue designed for Bundesliga soccer matches. Next week, the venue will host the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots in this season’s final international game … and we’d expect one more rendition of the late John Denver’s, "Take Me Home, Country Roads."
Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill: To the degree either of Miami’s offensive stars should be under MVP consideration, Sunday was a blow to such candidacy. Tagovailoa passed for 193 yards and one TD in his least-productive game of the season. Worse, his inability to handle Miami’s final snap from scrimmage cost the Dolphins any shot at tying or winning the game deep in K.C. territory. Hill finished with a pedestrian eight catches for 62 yards but also committed the pivotal fumble in a game he’d had circled against his former team.
Travis Kelce: The Chiefs improved to 3-2 in games this season not attended by Taylor Swift. However Swift's beau, TE Travis Kelce, was again quiet with her presumably halfway across the world. Kelce’s three catches and 14 yards were both season lows. However, it must be noted those 14 yards were sufficient to make Kelce the Chiefs' all-time leader in receiving yards (10,941) as he supplanted Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez by 1 yard Sunday.
Dolphins: Though still 6-3 and in strong position to ultimately secure a playoff spot, Miami continues to feed the narrative it beats up on the NFL’s weak links but can’t hang with the big boys. The Dolphins are averaging 39 points in their victories – all against sub-.500 opponents – but just 17 in defeat, each of those occurring against teams also projected to be in the playoffs. Fortunately for Miami, the only team it will face – twice – with a winning record before Christmas Eve is the AFC East rival New York Jets, who are 4-3 and have plenty of problems of their own. — Nate Davis
Two-minute warning: Dolphins driving
We're set up for a heck of a finish in Frankfurt.
The Dolphins have the ball back after holding the Chiefs to a three-and-out. On their first play after receiving the punt, Miami got a 25-yard run by Raheem Mostert to the Kansas City 31 yard line.
We've reached the two-minute warning.
Huge defensive stop by Chiefs
The Dolphins had a great chance to tie the game, but their offensive drive ended with two debilitating sacks and a punt.
Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was sacked twice for 11-yard losses on consecutive plays, killing Miami’s drive after it passed midfield.
The Dolphins offense was somewhat rolling with a chance to capitalize on the Chiefs' misfortune in the second half. But the Chiefs defense got the job down to keep Kansas City’s lead intact.
The Chiefs took over at their own 10-yard line, after Mecole Hardman returned the punt instead of letting it reach the end zone for a touchback.
There’s 4:10 left in this game. — Safid Deen
NFL referee speaks German to make penalty call
If you were wondering if referee Clay Martin spoke a different language after the game's first penalty, you'd be correct.
After a false start from Dolphins wide receiver Chase Claypool, Martin said the first part of the penalty call in German .
"Fehlstart," the sixth-year NFL referee said before continuing in English. "Offense, number 83. Five-yard penalty. Third down." — Jack McKessy
Frankfurt crowd sings 'Take Me Home, Country Roads'
If "traditions" can take root after two games, then we have one in Germany.
As the third quarter of Sunday’s Chiefs-Dolphins game in Frankfurt expired, the crowd at Deutsche Bank Park erupted into a singalong rendition of the late John Denver’s "Take Me Home, Country Roads." Because, naturally.
The same thing happened at Allianz Arena in Munich last year, when the Buccaneers defeated the Seahawks in Germany’s first NFL regular-season game. — Nate Davis
Chiefs' Chris Jones called for crucial penalty
An unnecessary roughness penalty by Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones on third down helped the Dolphins close to within one touchdown.
Jones pushed a Dolphins offensive lineman after the third-down play, and the Dolphins made the Chiefs pay one play later. — Safid Deen
Raheem Mostert touchdown: Chiefs 21, Dolphins 14
The stage is set for a meaningful final quarter.
Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert scored on a 13-yard run with 22 seconds left in the third quarter, and the Chiefs are hanging onto a 21-14 lead.
The Dolphins have scored 14 unanswered in the third quarter, and a crucial Chiefs penalty after a Chiefs turnover have gotten Miami back in this game.
Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones was called for unnecessary roughness on a pivotal third down, pushing a Dolphins offensive lineman after the play. And the Dolphins made the Chiefs pay one play later.
The Dolphins regained possession after Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes fumbled after he was sacked by edge rusher Bradley Chubb, and defensive tackle Zach Sieler recovered the ball.
If the first three quarters were any indication, we could be in for an exciting finish in Germany. — Safid Deen
Cedrick Wilson Jr. touchdown: Chiefs 21, Dolphins 7
The Dolphins have finally found some mojo offensively.
Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa found receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. for a 31-yard touchdown, and the Chiefs’ lead has been trimmed to 21-7 with 4:47 left in the third quarter.
The Dolphins notched their first conversion on third down in the game during the drive, which lasted eight plays, 80 yards and more than five minutes of game time.
Tagovailoa was 6 for 6 on the drive to lead Miami. — Safid Deen
The Taylor Swift effect?
It definitely seems real as it pertains to the Chiefs and TE Travis Kelce, who’s been – hanging out? – with the mega pop star in recent weeks, though he declined Friday to say whether or not he’s in love .
Regardless, no doubt that Kelce and the reigning Super Bowl champs have played at a higher level whenever Swift is on the premises – which she apparently isn’t today in Germany with her "Eras Tour" resuming in South America in recent days. Kansas City is 4-0 this season when Swift is in attendance and 2-2 when she’s got other things to do.
Kelce, specifically, has averaged 6.7 catches for 50.3 yards and 0.7 TDs in three games with Swift absent (he missed Week 1 with a knee injury). But when she’s cheering him on from a suite? In those four contests, Kelce has averaged 8.5 receptions for 108 yards and 0.5 TDs.
Going into halftime, Kelce had two grabs for 7 yards. — Nate Davis
Dolphins punter hits scoreboard with kick
NFL punters lofting kicks into a scoreboard became an issue when Jerry Jones hung his massive replay system above the field at the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium. And it's definitely not unusual to see punters try to drill the scoreboard at Arlington, Texas, in pregame warmups, yet it's also happened during games – such plays requiring a stoppage in play and subsequent re-kick.
A similar occurrence took place Sunday at Frankfurt's Deutsche Bank Park, with Dolphins P Jake Bailey drilling the underside of the German scoreboard suspended above the field right before halftime. (He sailed a 48-yarder with his mulligan.)
Of more concern, Bailey has punted five times today – already a season high – while the Dolphins' 41-game streak, including playoffs, of not being shut out before halftime came to an end. — Nate Davis
Halftime score: Chiefs 21, Dolphins 0
The first half could not have gone better for the Chiefs, while it could not have ended more horribly for the Dolphins.
The Dolphins were driving down the field in the final minutes of the first half until star receiver Tyreek Hill was stuffed and fumbled in the backfield, leading to a 59-yard fumble recovery touchdown by Chiefs safety Bryan Cook with 33 seconds remaining.
Patrick Mahomes added touchdown throws to receiver Rashee Rice and running back Jerick McKinnon, and the Chiefs own a 21-0 lead on the Dolphins at halftime.
Mahomes is 14 of 19 for 147 yards, connecting with eight different receivers in this game, while tight end Travis Kelce has just two catches for 7 yards. Running back Isiah Pacheco has 10 carries for 41 yards.
Tua Tagovailoa is 11 of 18 for 89 yards, while Hill has five catches for 39 yards and Jaylen Waddle has two catches for 29 yards and a 12-yard run. But the Dolphins have not had a drive last longer than six plays in this game, going 0 for 5 on third down in the first half.
The battle between the Chiefs and Dolphins, the top two seeds in the AFC, has been one-sided so far. — Safid Deen
Kansas City defensive touchdown: Chiefs 21, Dolphins 0
Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie stripped Dolphins star receiver Tyreek Hill after a catch, the ball was picked up by Mike Edwards, who lateralled it and safety Bryan Cook returned it 59 yards for a touchdown in the final minute of the first half to give Kansas City a 21-0 lead just before halftime.
The Dolphins went to their four-minute offense and were charging down the field until Hill was stopped in the backfield and fumbled to his former team. — Safid Deen
Jerick McKinnon touchdown: Chiefs 14, Dolphins 0
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are now up two scores on the Dolphins in Germany.
Mahomes found trusty running back Jerick McKinnon underneath for a 17-yard catch-and-run touchdown to help the Chiefs take a 14-0 lead with 2:31 left in the first half.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was a decoy on the play, freeing up space for McKinnon to roam freely into the end zone.
A penalty by Dolphins edge rusher Bradley Chubb early on extended the Chiefs’ drive to 13 plays and 95 yards. The Dolphins offense has yet to answer in this game. — Safid Deen
How legit are the Dolphins?
Miami and its top-ranked offense came into Sunday's game with a 6-2 record, good for first place in the AFC East and second overall in the conference. But how good are the Fins? Really?
That's been the major question this year, all six of the Dolphins' wins coming against sub-.500 teams, their average margin of victory 18.2 points per game. However they're 0-2 against bona fide playoff contenders like K.C., blown out by the Bills and Eagles by an average of 21 points. Consequently, Miami has only cracked the top five in USA TODAY Sports' NFL power rankings once this season, following Week 3's memorable 70-point outburst against Denver. But, currently, the Dolphins sit in the ninth spot, behind clubs like the Chiefs, Jaguars, Bills and Ravens.
Today is another important litmus test for Miami's legitimacy going into January … though it's worth noting, following a Week 10 bye, the only opponent with a winning record on the Dolphins lineup before Christmas Eve is the AFC East rival New York Jets (4-3), twice. — Nate Davis
End of first quarter: Chiefs 7, Dolphins 0
Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs down the field on the first drive of the game. And that was all the offense we’ve seen in the first quarter.
The Dolphins defense settled into the game on the Chiefs’ next two drives, resulting in punts. But the Dolphins offense has gotten off to a slow start. A penalty and missed block by left tackle Terron Armstead on third-and-15 ending Miami’s second drive. The Dolphins have punted twice.
Chiefs receiver Rashee Rice caught Mahomes’ first touchdown pass of the game, while star tight end Travis Kelce has two catches for 7 yards. Star Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill has two catches for 17 yards to start the game. — Safid Dee n
Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle returns
After leaving the first drive, Dolphins WR Jaylen Waddle was back on the field for Miami's second possession. He took an end around 12 yards and later caught a 17-yard pass that was nullified by a penalty. — Nate Davis
Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle injured
Dolphins receiver Jaylen Waddle was injured on the second play of Miami’s first drive.
Waddle appeared to be caught under a tackle when running back Raheem Mostert ran toward the right side for no gain on the play.
Waddle was announced to have a knee injury and is questionable to return. He started the drive with a 15-yard completion from Tua Tagovailoa. He has been dealing with a back injury in recent weeks. — Safid Deen
Rashee Rice touchdown: Chiefs 7, Dolphins 0
Well, the Chiefs don’t appear jetlagged.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense blazed down the field, and are on the board first in this one.
Mahomes found receiver Rashee Rice for an 11-yard touchdown on a wide receiver screen one play after a touchdown was taken off the board. Mahomes nearly has an 11-yard touchdown to Justin Watson, but the ball hit the field as Watson finished his catch.
The Chiefs needed just seven plays and 75 yards to reach the end zone on the opening drive of the game. — Safid Deen
No European vacation
The Chiefs and Dolphins have taken drastically different travel approaches to this game, and that's always a fascinating (and highly parsed) component of International Series games played across the Atlantic.
The Chiefs are 2-0 in international matchups, both occurring during HC Andy Reid's tenure. They beat the Lions in London in 2015 and defeated the Chargers in Mexico in 2019. Coming off a Week 8 loss in Denver's mile-high altitude, Reid opted to let his AFC West leaders recuperate in Kansas City before arriving in Germany on Friday.
Conversely, the Dolphins – they're 2-4 internationally, losing the first-ever regular-season game in London to the New York Giants in 2007 – landed in Germany on Tuesday. Coach Mike McDaniel wanted his first international game with Miami to double as a bonding experience for his players while also giving them sufficient time to adapt their bodies to the local time zone.
Who did it better? Verdict in about three hours. — Nate Davis
Chiefs get opening kickoff
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense will be on the field first.
NFL picks Week 9
The NFL is back, its 104th season set to kick off, and USA TODAY Sports’ panel of resident NFL experts have made their Week 9 picks. Check them out here .
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NFL's international outreach expanding to Brazil and Spain?
Germany has joined England, Canada and Mexico among international countries where the NFL has staged regular-season games since 2007. Sunday morning, during an interview with NFL Network, Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league plans to expand to a new nation in 2024 – Brazil and Spain vying for the honor. — Nate Davis
Today's matchup between Kansas City and Miami – both divisional leaders with 6-2 records which currently own the AFC's top two projected playoff seeds, respectively – marks the NFL's second regular-season game in Germany. Last year, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-16 in front of approximately 70,000 very spirited fans in Munich.
The Chiefs and Dolphins will meet in Frankfurt, not an hour from where I graduated from high school on a U.S. Army base. Back in the day, Germans very much backed the Frankfurt Galaxy in the old World League of American Football (aka NFL Europe). As I wrote two years ago when the NFL revealed its intention to expand to the German market, "I was witness to a passionate base of Frankfurt Galaxy fans … even if their enthusiasm for American football often outstripped their education – extra points and punts often drawing far more cheers than first downs or touchdowns. I still can't unhear those ardent chants of 'Goooo, Galaxy' tinged with the local accent. And European fashion being what it was at the time, not unusual to see a local wearing green and purple knockoff Los Angeles Raiders gear, the NFL Properties police opting not to cross the Atlantic to crack down on such unofficial merchandise." — Nate Davis
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Chiefs vs. Dolphins in Germany: Predictions, picks and odds
The Chiefs are favorites to defeat the Dolphins, according to BetMGM NFL odds .
- Spread: Chiefs (-1.5)
- Moneyline: Chiefs (-125); Dolphins (+105)
- Over/under: 50.5
USA TODAY Sports’ staff picks for this game:
- Lorenzo Reyes: Chiefs 29, Dolphins 23
- Tyler Dragon: Chiefs 28, Dolphins 27
- Safid Deen: Dolphins 31, Chiefs 28
- Victoria Hernandez: Dolphins 32, Chiefs 27
- Jordan Mendoza: Dolphins 29, Chiefs 27
Is Taylor Swift going to Chiefs-Dolphins game in Germany?
Travis Kelce declined to discuss Taylor Swift’s status for Sunday’s game in Germany.
The Chiefs tight end spoke Friday at a news conference but wouldn’t say whether the pop star plans to attend the game against the Dolphins at Deutsche Bank Park.
“When I mention or everybody knows that she’s at the game, the Vegas, the over under on my catches kind of goes up and down, the spread goes up and down,” Kelce joked. “I don’t want to mess with any of that stuff, so I’m just going to keep it to myself.” — The Associated Press
Tyreek Hill stats: Dolphins WR in midst of historic season
Dolphins All-Pro WR Tyreek Hill enters his first game against the Chiefs, the club which drafted him in 2016, leading the NFL with 1,014 receiving yards (and 8 TDs). He is the first player in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) to be on the receiving end of 1,000 yards in a season's first eight games. And with nine more contests on the docket, he's on pace to finish with 2,155 – that would shatter Hall of Famer Calvin Johnson's single-season standard (1,964 yards in 2012) – and achieve Hill's avowed goal of becoming the league's first 2,000-yard receiver. Rams WR Cooper Kupp is the only other man to exceed 1,900 in the regular season, doing so two years ago. — Nate Davis
Chiefs' Travis Kelce season stats: Taking aim at another 1,000-yard year
The Chiefs superstar tight end won't be surpassing 2,000 yards this season ... or probably ever (his career high being 1,416 yards in 2020, a record for a tight end). Kelce, who missed Week 1 with a knee injury, is currently tracking toward 1,333 yards for 2023 -- and if he eclipses 1,000, it would be the eighth consecutive year he's managed that. Greg Olsen is the only other tight end to turn the trick even three seasons in a row. — Nate Davis
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Celtics Get Positive News on Health Front for Timberwolves Game
Posted: November 7, 2023 | Last updated: November 7, 2023
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As the Boston Celtics aim to remain the NBA's last unbeaten team and improve their record to 6-0 to start the season, the latest developments for them on the health front will go a long way toward that goal.
While Derrick White will miss his second-straight game after his family welcomed its second child, the injury scare that threatened Kristaps Porzingis' availability will not keep him out of the lineup for Monday's matchup vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The seven-foot-three center has a right eye sty, and his absence would've meant a heavy workload for Al Horford against Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert after playing 30 minutes in Saturday's 124-114 win over the Brooklyn Nets and two days before facing Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Celtics will also have Oshae Brissett , previously considered questionable due to a left thumb sprain, for Monday's tilt against the Timberwolves.
As previously reported, center Neemias Queta will miss his fourth-straight game because of right foot injury management.
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2023 NFL trade deadline grades tracker: 49ers acquire Chase Young, Bears land Montez Sweat, Vikings get new QB
All the trades that have taken place ahead of the oct. 31 trade deadline.
The 2023 NFL trade deadline was the final opportunity for all 32 NFL teams to add talent for a Super Bowl run, or sell assets for draft capital -- and now it has come and gone.
We actually saw several trades go down in the first few weeks of the season, but these weren't blockbuster transactions as much as they were teams taking fliers on players who didn't work out with their respective teams for whatever reason. However, activity really ramped up on the final day of trading, and we saw some huge surprises on Tuesday.
Below we will break down every trade that took place before the 4 p.m. ET trade deadline on Halloween.
Buffalo adds a DB
Bills get: CB Rasul Douglas , 2024 fifth-round pick Packers get: 2024 third-round pick
NFL Media reported that the Bills made as many calls about cornerbacks or defensive backs as anyone over the past week. In fact, they were reportedly interested in Jaylon Johnson of the Bears, per ESPN. Ultimately, Brandon Beane lands Rasul Douglas, but that's not a bad add.
The 28 year old has had an overall good season in Green Bay and is a leader that should make an immediate impact in a secondary that has dealt with some injuries. When you look at draft compensation, this may be more like a late third-round pick for Douglas and a higher fifth-round pick.
Trade grades : Bills B+, Packers C-
Donovan Peoples-Jones returns to Michigan
Lions get: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones Browns get: 2025 sixth-round pick
A former University of Michigan star and Detroit native is headed back to the Motor City, as the Browns are sending Peoples-Jones to the Lions for a 2025 sixth-round draft pick. DPJ has just eight catches for 97 yards in seven games this season, after a campaign which he caught 61 passes for 839 yards and three touchdowns.
The now-former Brown gives Jared Goff another experienced target in the passing game, although he will be a free agent at the end of this season.
Trade grades : Lions B, Browns C
Chase Young to The Bay
49ers get: DE Chase Young Commanders get: 2024 third-round pick
How many pass rushers do you need, Kyle Shanahan? The 49ers paid Nick Bosa this offseason, traded for Randy Gregory not long ago and now have added a former No. 2 overall pick in Chase Young. He joins a group that also includes Clelin Ferrell and Drake Jackson . Per ESPN , the 49ers were expecting compensatory picks for the losses of offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey , new Titans GM Ran Carthon and Houston Texans head coach DeMeco Ryans , and one of those will be sent to Washington.
The former Defensive Rookie of the Year is in the midst of a career campaign with five sacks in seven games, and will surely benefit from San Francisco's defensive scheme. Now comes the question if Young's long-term home is in San Francisco.
Trade grades : 49ers: A, Commanders C+
Jaguars beef up offensive front
Jaguars get: OL Ezra Cleveland Vikings get: 2024 sixth-round pick
I guess the Vikings were both sellers and buyers at the trade deadline. Cleveland was viewed as one of the top offensive guards on the "trade market," and he is now perusing the housing market in Jacksonville. The 25 year old lineman is on an expiring deal, but has played both guard spots on the interior and will immediately upgrade the Jaguars offensive line.
Trade grades : Jaguars A-, Vikings C
Vikings find new QB in Joshua Dobbs
Vikings get: QB Joshua Dobbs, 2024 seventh-round pick Cardinals get: 2024 sixth-round pick
Kirk Cousins suffered a torn Achilles on Sunday, so the Vikings needed to find a new quarterback if they didn't want to roll with rookie Jaren Hall . Minnesota found said new quarterback on Tuesday in Joshua Dobbs of the Cardinals. Dobbs, who was traded from the Cleveland Browns to Arizona in August, started all eight games for the Cardinals this season, going 1-7. He has completed 62.8% of his passes for 1,569 yards, eight touchdowns and five interceptions.
Dobbs is a quick study. He was an aerospace engineer intern at Pratt & Whitney, and spent time at NASA's Kennedy Space Center as part of an NFLPA externship. It's a reason why the Titans plucked him off the Browns practice squad to start games late last year, and why the Cardinals traded for him earlier this season.
Trade grades : Vikings A, Cardinals D
Bears make monster move for Montez Sweat
Bears get: DE Montez Sweat Commanders get: 2024 second-round pick
The Bears kicked things off on Tuesday with a swing for the fences, as they sent the Commanders a second-round pick for pass rusher Montez Sweat. If the season ended today, Washington would pick at No. 35 overall, so it's a borderline first-round pick. Sweat is an underrated player in the midst of a career year with 6.5 sacks, 32 tackles and 10 tackles for loss tallied through eight games, but this is an interesting move considering that Sweat is on an expiring deal. Chicago clearly believes in Sweat, and you can bet he will use this in contract negotiations.
When it comes to the Commanders' side of things, this is nice compensation for a player who may have been on his way out of town anyway. With Sweat gone, all eyes now turn to former No. 2 overall pick Chase Young , who is also on an expiring deal.
Trade grades: C- for Bears, A- for Commanders
Atlanta Falcons add help on the defensive line
Falcons get: DL Kentavius Street , 2025 seventh-round pick Eagles get: 2024 sixth-round pick
He's back in the NFC South. Street signed with the Eagles this offseason after a career year with the Saints in 2022 under co-defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen, who is now the defensive coordinator for the Falcons. However, the Eagles have one of the best defensive lines in the entire league, which left Street on the outside looking in on the rotation. This season, he has recorded just four combined tackles. For the Falcons, they just lost star lineman Grady Jarrett to a torn ACL in the loss to the Titans in Week 8, so Terry Fontenot was looking to add to the defensive line.
Trade grades: A- for Falcons, B+ for Eagles
Seattle Seahawks acquire former Pro Bowl defensive lineman
Seahawks get: DL Leonard Williams Giants get: 2024 second-round pick, 2025 fifth-round pick
The Seattle Seahawks are 5-2 and near the top of the NFC standings, so they don't have a ton of holes. However, with their team quarterback pressure rate rankings just outside the top 10 (36.6%) 12th best in the NFL , Seattle sought to reinforce that area by acquiring Giants defensive lineman Leonard Williams, whose 22 quarterback pressures this season now rank as the second most on the Seahawks trailing only linebacker Boye Mafe's 23 by one pressure. Williams is likely a rental since his three-year, $63 million contract expires at the end of this season. The Giants are paying out the majority of the $10 million remaining on his deal, according to NFL Media , and they get a decent draft pick return for a player they were likely to lose in the offseason anyways.
Trade grades: B- for Seahawks, A for Giants
Philadelphia Eagles add former All-Pro safety
Eagles get: S Kevin Byard Titans get: S Terrell Edmunds , 2024 fifth-round pick, 2024 sixth-round pick
The Philadelphia Eagles arguably had one major weakness on their roster, and they just filled it with one of the league's best players at the position. After seeing both of their starting safeties from last season's team walk in free agency, Philly was trying to patch things over with multiple players on the back end. Now, the Eagles have Byard, one of the best center-field safeties in the league who has also been quite good flying down from the top against the run. He immediately improves what was already one of the best rosters in football.
Trade grades : A for Eagles, C- for Titans
Kansas City Chiefs get Mecole Hardman back
Chiefs get: WR Mecole Hardman, 2025 seventh-round pick Jets get: 2025 sixth-round pick
Mecole Hardman is heading back to the Kansas City Chiefs . The New York Jets have moved on from Hardman after just six games. He received just three targets in his short tenure with the Jets, a significantly different experience from what he had in Kansas City.
Hardman, a former second-round pick of the Chiefs, had 151 catches for 2,088 yards and 16 touchdowns in four seasons with Kansas City. His best season was his rookie campaign (2019), when he finished with 26 catches for 538 yards and six touchdowns -- averaging 20.7 yards per catch.
Trade grades : B for Chiefs, D for Jets
Atlanta Falcons deal for Van Jefferson
Falcons get : WR Van Jefferson, 2025 seventh-round pick Rams get : 2025 sixth-round pick
On the same day as the initial report came out that the Rams were shopping Van Jefferson, the Rams struck a deal with the Falcons, sending the wideout to Atlanta. Along with Jeffers, the Falcons got a 2025 seventh round draft pick while the Rams acquired a 2025 sixth-rounder.
Jefferson, a 2020 second round pick out of Florida, is in the final year of his rookie contract, so the Falcons will be able to get a solid look at the 27-year-old within their offense before having to possibly commit long-term. Meanwhile, the Rams gain greater draft capital in exchange for a player that played just two offensive snaps a week ago. Jefferson's best season in the NFL came back in 2021 when he caught 50 passes for 802 yards and six touchdowns.
Trade grades : A for Falcons, C for Rams.
San Francisco 49ers acquire Randy Gregory
49ers get : LB Randy Gregory, 2024 seventh-round pick Broncos get : 2024 sixth-round pick
The Denver Broncos let it be known that they were set to release veteran pass rusher Randy Gregory unless a trade partner emerged. It was the 49ers who stepped up, and agreed to send a 2024 sixth-round pick to Denver for Gregory and a 2024 seventh-rounder.
Gregory signed a five-year deal worth up to $70 million with the Broncos during the 2022 offseason, an obvious swing and miss for general manager George Paton. Now, Denver will be paying Gregory $10 million to rush the passer for arguably the best team in the NFL .
Trade grades : A- for 49ers, F for Broncos
Miami Dolphins add Chase Claypool
Dolphins get : WR Chase Claypool, 2025 seventh-round pick Bears get : 2025 sixth-round pick
After being made a healthy inactive in multiple games, the Chicago Bears parted ways with Chase Claypool. Chicago shipped him to the Dolphins in a late-round pick swap, as Miami received Claypool and a 2025 seventh-round pick for a 2025 sixth-round pick.
Claypool caught 18 passes for 191 yards and one touchdown in 10 total games played for the Bears, and there were questions about his work ethic. A league source told CBS Sports Lead NFL Insider Jonathan Jones that Claypool needs some hard coaching. That he needs to be someone where there's "a thumb on him." Still, Claypool is a big, athletic target who could help the blazing Dolphins.
Trade grades : C for Dolphins, F for Bears
J.C. Jackson returns to New England
Patriots get : CB J.C. Jackson, swap sixth- and seventh-round picks in 2025 with Chargers Chargers get : Swap sixth- and seventh-round picks in 2025 with Patriots
The Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots swapped sixth- and seventh-round picks in 2025 for Jackson to be shipped back to his former team. Jackson was another player who had been benched and even made inactive by the Chargers. This coming after they team gave "Mr. INT" a five-year, $82.5 million deal just a year and a half ago. Jackson suffered a season-ending patellar tendon injury in 2022, and struggled through the early portions of 2023.
The Patriots lost two of their most important defenders in the blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Christian Gonzalez and Matt Judon , so Jackson was a familiar face Bill Belichick turned to.
Trade grades : Patriots B+, Chargers D
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