Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cleveland Browns

The Kansas City Chiefs look to break one streak while breaking another Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.  They have lost three games in a row and for the first time in nearly 20 years (156 games) Arrowhead Stadium will not be considered a sellout.  Can the Browns respond from their victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers […]

Around The Web: No Kent In Clark, Gales Impresses, Steinbach Remembers Henry

The Kansas City Chiefs will be blacked out for the first time this weekend in nearly 20 years.  Many have questioned why ownership didn’t step in and heroically keep the streak alive and Bob Gretz provided an answer this morning. Last year, maybe even as far back as ‘07, the Chiefs decided they would make […]

Chiefs Blacked Out

After narrowly escaping their first blackout in nearly 20 years last week, the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t so lucky this time around, the team announced. In accordance with NFL guidelines, the Kansas City Chiefs final home game of the 2009 season against the Cleveland Browns this Sunday, December 20th will not be televised in a […]

Around The Web: Low Percentage Offense, Drops Convention, Cribbs Needs To Get Paid

If you’ve seen any Chiefs games this season, it’s clear they have a long way to go before they are efficient on offense.  Just how bad have they been?  Bob Gretz compared Kansas City’s offensive possessions to the rest of the league. The Chiefs offense has had more possessions than any other team in the […]

Around The Web: Playing For Each Other, Sellout Streak (Again) In Trouble, Kosar On Mangini

The Kansas City Chiefs defense has been giving up yards in huge chunks, but it’s impossible not to notice the constant effort no matter the situation.  Bob Gretz asked cornerback Brandon Flowers about the team’s defensive hustle even though the playoffs were thrown out the window long ago. “We are doing it for ourselves.  We […]

Cleveland’s Cornerback Shuffle

When the Kansas City Chiefs offense takes the field Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, they will have the services of Dwayne Bowe for the first time in a month.  One of the players lining up opposite Bowe, Browns CB Brandon McDonald, returned to the starting lineup last week after spending three games on the bench. […]

Around The Web: Bowe Back, Super Lenny, Cribbs Balance

The struggling Chiefs offense will get some help this week in the form of receiver Dwayne Bowe, fresh off a suspension.  His last game may have been one of his best of the year, but the team says it’s important to limit expectations. “It’s unreasonable to expect him to come in and play as good […]

Giants Looking To Avoid Trap

Anytime a team playing as well as the Giants head on the road to take on a team playing as poorly as the Chiefs there is talk about a trap game.  New York’s coach and players are well aware of what happens when you overlook an opponent after getting “trapped” last season. One of the […]

Read: Belichick Disciples Cloud Top Five

Pro Football Weekly’s Nolan Nawrocki believes the top of the draft is taking shape with quarterback Matthew Stafford of Georgia and tackles Jason Smith of Baylor and Eugene Monroe of Virginia all set to be selected in the top 5.  But the presence of Scott Pioli and Browns head coach Eric Mangini — two Bill […]

Around The Web: Maualuga Visit, LJ’s Value, New Draft Target

The Kansas City Chiefs will be hosting USC linebacker Rey Maualuga today, according to ProFootballTalk.  While Mauluga has visited teams picking in the top five like the Rams, 49ers and Browns, he is not viewed as a top ten prospect and could be yet another sign the Chiefs plan on trading the #3 pick. I’m […]

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