KC Chiefs Blog 2011 Midseason Awards

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley lives each season in quarters.  With the second quarter now in the Chiefs rear view mirror with a 4-4 record, they are pacing one game behind last season’s AFC West champion squad who finished the first half at 5-3. As the Chiefs prepare to kick off the third […]

AFC West Up For Grabs Entering Critical Stretch

After their impressive 24-17 win over the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football, the Oakland Raiders are the top dogs in the AFC West.  No matter what happens on Sunday, they will have at least a one game lead on the Chargers and either the Kansas City Chiefs or Denver Broncos. If the Chiefs […]

Jon McGraw Upgraded, Javier Arenas Downgraded

The players on the Kansas City Chiefs injury report didn’t change on Thursday, but two swapped designations.  Safety Jon McGraw went from a limited participant to full, while cornerback Javier Arenas went the other direction and was downgraded from full to limited. McGraw missed last week’s loss to the Miami Dolphins due to a shoulder […]

Palko Wants To Be Treated Like Tebow

If you’re the Kansas City Chiefs and are going to face Tim Tebow on Sunday, how do you best prepare for a big, strong and athletic lefty quarterback?  By putting your big, strong and athletic lefty backup quarterback on the scout team of course! No. 2 QB Tyler Palko has been one of several players […]

Tamba Hali With Joe Paterno At Penn State

The firing of Penn State University head football coach Joe Paterno is everywhere you look today.  No doubt you’ve heard the iconic Paterno was ousted after details emerged about his failure to act when he found out his former assistant coach, Jerry Sandusky, was sexually abusing children. Though I believe that the school absolutely made […]

Three Chiefs Land On Injury Report

Once again, the Kansas City Chiefs injury report is much shorter than the league average.  After only one or two players residing on the list last week, the Chiefs list has grown to three but is still four less than the Denver Broncos. After being held out of practice all of last week, S Jon […]

Chiefs D Should Prepare For Plenty Of Option

It’s safe to say that whenever you face Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow, you get anything but a classic drop back passer.  While it’s easy for media and fans alike to poke fun at Tebow’s mechanics, there’s no denying he presents a unique challenge for a defense. Unlike most running quarterbacks, who only occasionally would […]

Pioli, Chiefs Players Visit Whiteman Air Force Base

The Kansas City Chiefs continued their work with the VFW’s “Return The Favor” program on Tuesday with a trip to Whiteman Air Force Base.  The trip was led by General Manager Scott Pioli and featured the Chiefs defensive backs. Chiefs players were more than happy to sign autographs for the brave men and women at […]

Soldier Surprises Fiancé At Chiefs-Dolphins Game

Things weren’t all bad at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.  Sure the Kansas City Chiefs were terrible while losing to the Miami Dolphins 31-3, but during halftime the fans got to see the play of the year. That’s when Staff Sgt. Williams Bell surprised his fiancé, Staci Lowe, on the field during a special military tribute.  […]

Chiefs Favored Over Tebow, Broncos

If people have doubts about the Kansas City Chiefs being able to bounce back from their embarrassing 31-3 loss to the Miami Dolphins, they aren’t oddsmakers in Las Vegas.  For just the third time this season, the Chiefs find themselves favored in a game, this time over the Denver Broncos. Todd Haley’s squad is currently […]

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