Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons: 2016 Week 13 NFL Pick

Kansas City Chiefs (8-3) at Atlanta Falcons (7-4) For weeks, the Chiefs have been at the top of my overrated teams list. They’re still on the list, as they are overly reliant on winning close games (5 wins by a touchdown or fewer), winning the turnover margin (+14 on the season), and getting return touchdowns (+5 on the season), but they’re a lot healthier now than they were...
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17 hours ago

Chiefs vs. Falcons: Game Preview

Sunday is key for the Chiefs and Falcons, who are playing for division crowns down the stretch
19 hours ago

Celebrating One of the Chiefs’ Biggest Fans, "X-Factor"

Bud Light is in the midst of a yearlong acknowledgement of the Super Fan
20 hours ago

Check Out Chiefs Players Custom Cleats in Support of the My Cause My Cleats Campaign

Players had cleats customized to support organizations of their choice in Week 13
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Weekend web roundup: Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs’ opportunistic defense to test high-scoring FalconsATLANTA (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons have found different ways to win despite ranking near the bottom of the league in yards allowed. Chiefs mourn the death of former teammate Joe McKnightNews travels fast these days, especially when it’s bad. Tamba Hali was on his phone at the Chiefs’ practice...
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Sheriff: Joe McKnight shooting suspect fired from inside car

The tragic tale of Joe McKnight losing his life on Thursday took a twist when the man who shot him, Ronald Gasser, was released from jail Friday. This was met with jaws agape as many struggle to understand how Gasser could possibly be released or fail to be charged with a crime. Jefferson Parish sheriff Newell Normand spoke with reporters a bit later in the day, revealing the reason...
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Chiefs defensive lineman Howard added to injured reserve

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chiefs defensive lineman Jaye Howard has been put on injured reserve with a hip injury.The five-year veteran has been out for several weeks, and the Chiefs decided Thursday that he was unlikely to make it back this season. There was no corresponding roster move made.Howard signed a two-year deal to remain in Kansas City in the offseason, even though he had a breakout...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs' offense keeps floundering -- until crunch time

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Every football fan has been through the experience: He watches his favorite team flounder around on offense for most of four quarters, then sees it slice up a defense with the two-minute drill.Naturally, everyone wonders why teams don't just run their hurry-up offense all the time."It's a totally different situation there at the end. I've been asked that a lot...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Reid on containing Julio Jones: ‘You hope he misses the bus’

The Kansas City Chiefs are facing an extremely important matchup against the Falcons in Atlanta this upcoming weekend. At a surprising 8-3 on the season, Kansas City currently holds the top wild card spot in the AFC and is just one game behind the Oakland Raiders in the AFC West. One of the biggest keys in a game that pits two likely playoff teams against one another is just how...
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Chiefs breakout star Tyreek Hill is trying to outrun his past

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tyreek Hill has proven he can outrun just about anybody in the NFL.If only he could outrun his past, too.The rookie wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs has been a breakout star this season, evidenced by his performance Sunday night in Denver. Hill had nine catches for 52 yards and the tying touchdown, ran right around the Broncos' Von Miller for another score...
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Why The 2016 Chiefs Are Different From Previous Kansas City Teams

When Andy Reid and Alex Smith arrived in Kansas City, they brought respectability back to the team. They went 11-5 and made the playoffs in their first season after the franchise went 2-14 the season before. Since that point, they have been recognized as a perennial playoff contender with a very good defense and a solid quarterback, but never put into the Super Bowl discussion...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Survive in Mile High

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football in one of the best games in the NFL so far this year. The game took almost a complete overtime period to decide the outcome, but the Chiefs came away victorious after a Cairo Santos field goal hit the left upright and went it. The Chiefs have now beat each team in the AFC West and currently sit behind the...
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Chiefs WR compares team to 'MJ and the Bulls'

Tyreek Hill became a legitimate NFL star Sunday night. He became the first player since Gayle Sayers in 1965 to score a rushing touchdown, a receiving touchdown and a return touchdown in the Chiefs’ 30-27 overtime win at Denver. Hill isn’t quite in the same stratosphere as Michael Jordan - not yet, anyway. But that didn’t prevent him from name-dropping the Bulls’ NBA dynasty...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chiefs end wild game against the Broncos with field goal off the upright

For a second there Sunday night, it looked like the NFL could have its third tie of the season. Instead, the Kansas City Chiefs walked off the field in Denver as victors in one of the craziest game of the NFL season. Kansas City kicker Cairo Santos knocked a 34-yard field goal off the upright and in to give the Chiefs a 30-27 win. The Chiefs’ win was enabled by Broncos coach...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs will be without Jeremy Maclin and Dee Ford against Broncos

JThe Kansas City Chiefs are going into Sunday’s matchup against their AFC West rival Denver Broncos shorthanded. Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and pass rusher Dee Ford will not be in the lineup as they deal with injuries, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. WR Jeremy Maclin and LB Dee Ford out Sunday night vs Denver. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2016 It’s already...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Week 12 Fantasy Football news

After a disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week, the Kansas City Chiefs (7-3) will look to rebound against the Denver Broncos (7-3) on Sunday Night Football. With the Chiefs’ offense preforming far below expectations during their last few matchups, fantasy football options have been limited and unpredictable at best.  However, there are a few Chiefs who, in my...
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Kansas City Fans' Tomahawk Chant Helped Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston Beat the Chiefs

Crowd noise during an NFL football game can definitely affect an opposing team. The louder the crowd, the harder it is for players to hear the call in the huddle, react to the quarterback's cadence at the line of scrimmage and remain focused in general. But during Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the crowd noise actually pumped up Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Winston says Chiefs’ ‘Warchant’ helped him feel at home

Kansas City Chiefs fans are fond of doing a “Warchant” that is eerily reminiscent of the one Florida State Seminole fans do. For Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston, that was a very welcome perk on Sunday. Winston, a Florida State alum, credited the Warchant for making him feel like he was playing in Tallahassee again. “Man, the crowd noise was amazing,” Winston said,...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Houston to make season debut in Week 11

Kansas City Chiefs fans already have to be happy about the team’s 7-2 start to the season, but they will be downright thrilled about the latest news regarding Justin Houston. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Houston will be active in Week 11 and make his season debut: Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston, listed as questionable with a knee injury, will make his 2016 NFL debut...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jamaal Charles undergoes yet another knee scope

It doesn’t sound like Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles will return anytime soon. Charles found himself sidelined and unable to return after a slight knee issue required a scope earlier this year. Thursday, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport revealed Charles needed yet another scope, albeit on the other knee: #Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles had a knee scope on his other...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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