Kansas City Chiefs

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Quick-hitting game-by-game look at every NFL Week 2 contest. Click play icon to start listening (Firefox users click audio icon). Games discussed in this order: Chicago Bears @ Carolina Panthers Tennessee Titans @ Cincinnati Bengals Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills @ Jacksonville Jaguars Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs Indianapolis Colts @ Minnesota Vikings New York Giants @ St. Louis Rams New Orleans Saints @ Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Miami Dolphins @ Arizona Cardinals San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos Baltimore Ravens @ Houston Texans Pittsburgh Steelers @ [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Patriots-Chiefs, Falcons-Lions, Ravens-Bengals, Bills-Seahawks, Saints-Bucs New England Patriots 14, Kansas City Chiefs 10 Alright, to avoid the obvious, let’s do this: second biggest story from this game? How about New England’s defense stifling the Chiefs inside the 10-yard line to end the game. Imagine how demoralizing a last-minute collapse would have been, given the first biggest story. ******* Speaking of….Tom Brady’s ACL is the most significant injury to strike the NFL in my lifetime. Thank goodness it didn’t come during the [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
DE: Tamba Hali, 3rd yr, Kansas City Chiefs Excellent run-defender who now gets a shot at more sacks playing on the right side. DT: Amobi Okoye, 2nd yr, Houston Texans Amazing natural power; could one day reach the level of a Warren Sapp. DT: Tank Johnson, 5th yr, Dallas Cowboys Coming off his first great offseason in years. The deciding factor will be whether he plays hard. DE: Gaines Adams, 2nd yr, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Started getting traction in the second half of his rookie season. Physically speaking, the game is remarkably natural for him. OLB: LaMarr Woodley, 2nd yr, Pittsburgh Steelers Incredible fluidity. A lock to be the next dominant pass-rusher in Pittsburgh. ILB: [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
Predictions 1. San Diego Chargers Injuries potentially pose major problems. Still, this team is loaded and this division, unequivocally, is not. [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
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1.) Jared Allen                  DE     TRADE         6-6          270       4    Chiefs         Vikings [...] Continue reading → | , ,
This team is something I created prior to LAST SEASON. Feel free to post your update, suggestions, etc. --Andy Benoit (starters in bold) QB: Tony Romo, Dal Jake Delhomme, Car   Jeff Garcia, TB [...] Continue reading → | ,
For those of you who did not see the HBO reality show Hard Knocks last summer, be assured that the behind-the-scenes look at the Kansas City Chiefs training camp was indeed every bit as good as people say. It was insightful, authentic, and entertaining. What stuck with me was the behavior and mindset of Chiefs defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham. To say the 26-year coach – who has had stints with five different teams, including a previous one with Kansas City in which he was the head coach from '99-'00 – is a hardnosed [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
  Ask yourself, What does a mid-first-round draft pick need to do in his career in order to be successful? Would leading the league in sacks at 26 years old be sufficient return on such an investment? Nine GM’s out of 10 would tell you Yes (the other GM would tell you he’s on crack). This is what gives me reservations about Kansas City’s trade of All-Pro defensive end Jared Allen to Minnesota. The entire goal of the draft is to find players like [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
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