2013 NFL Mock Draft: Geno Still Gets The Call

With the Super Bowl now in the rear view mirror, all eyes are now focused on April’s NFL Draft in New York City. The 2-14 Kansas City Chiefs own the top pick and get to control which way the draft heads. There’s no consensus No. 1 player and that means a wide array of choices […]

Chiefs Draft Leon Sandcastle First Overall

The Kansas City Chiefs were knocked out of the postseason months ago, but they still managed to be a big part of Super Bowl Sunday. That’s what happens when a team makes their first overall pick during the biggest football game in the world. Of course, when they selected “Leon Sandcastle” it was to promote […]

Will Shields Shut Out Of The Hall Again

Being one of the best offensive lineman to ever play in the NFL was good enough for two players to get elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, but one of them wasn’t former Kansas City Chiefs guard Will Shields. While tackles Jonathan Ogden and Larry Allen received enough support to be […]

Super Bowl XLVII

Another season of free NFL picks will come to an end when the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers face off in Super Bowl XLVII. We’ll try to cap off our best season yet by nailing the big game. Sure, we can have a lot of fun with the unending prop bets from the length […]

Herm Edwards Sounds Off On The Rooney Rule

It might not be broken, but the NFL’s “Rooney Rule” — which requires teams to interview minority head coach and general manager candidates — at the very least needs some work. There hasn’t been one minority candidate hired so far this offseason, despite a 15 openings. Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards talked […]

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