TJ’s Fantasy Impact On Jamaal Charles

It’s never too early to talk about the 2010 Fantasy Football season and Christopher Harris on ESPN.com has an updated Top 200 list.  One of the hottest topics at the WWL’s “rankings summit” was how Thomas Jones would hurt Jamaal Charles’ fantasy stock. I’ve discovered I’m quite a bit higher on Charles than many of […]

Matt Cassel’s Fantasy Potential

It was literally a tale of two seasons for QB Matt Cassel between 2008 with the Patriots and 2009 with the Chiefs.  The folks at KFFL are already looking towards the 2010 fantasy football season and were asked which Cassel we should expect to see. Somewhere in between is more likely, as I could see […]

Chiefs Fan Wins Big

After finishing 4-12, there will be no championship for the Chiefs this season.  But one lucky man had a bit more success than his favorite team. A 36-year-old grocer and Kansas City Chiefs fans from Clyde, Kan., whose wife labeled fantasy football a “waste of time” and who admits “luck had more to do with […]

Fantasy: Jamaal Charles Is A Sleeper

With fantasy football drafts wrapping up, Yahoo! Sports sees Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles as a sleeper this season.  Brandon Funston talks about Charles’ “extra gear that Larry Johnson doesn’t have”. In most 10 team leagues, you can probably pick up Charles up as a free agent after the draft.  Any leagues 12 […]

Around The Web: Haley’s Situations, Fantasy Value, Favre Watch

Todd Haley has made situation work a prominent part of training camp with the Kansas City Chiefs in his first season as head coach.  Bob Gretz caught up with with Haley to talk about why the team has to focus so much on these sessions. The Chiefs practice the two-minute drill, goal line and short […]

Around The Web: Priest In The Booth, Rookie Head Coaches, Engram’s Fantasy Value

Just like countless other current and former athletes, Priest Holmes is looking for that long term post-playing career answer.  For Holmes he hopes he finds his in the world of broadcasting, so he decided to attend the NFL Broadcast Boot Camp in Mount Laurel, NJ and told the Star’s Randy Covitz about his experience. The […]

Around The Web: Jackson’s Leap To Prime Time Player, Hali A Sleeper

First round pick Tyson Jackson — holdout not withstanding — will be reporting to training camp next week with the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs.  Jackson is continuing his journey from small town hero to prime time player along with his longtime teammate and friend, Quinn Johnson. Driving desolate mile after desolate mile of […]

Around The Web: Proving Time For Cassel, No. 1 #19, Bradley’s Fantasy Potential

Immediately following the announcement of Matt Cassel’s new contract, Eric Ortiz from NESN.com said that the quarterback’s new deal was well deserved.  This morning, Derek Zetlin — also from NESN — thinks Cassel still needs to prove he’s worthy of being called a franchise quarterback. From the Chiefs’ perspective, it’s an interesting move.  They’ve now […]

Around The Web: Mr. Vrabel Goes To Washington, What If Chiefs, Sleeper Behind LJ?

A slew of NFL players swept across Capitol Hill yesterday to ask lawmakers to take a tough look at owner’s profits as the two sides prepare to fight over TV money and other revenue.  Among the players in attendance was Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel. The contract between players and owners doesn’t expire for two years, […]

Fantasy Capsule: San Diego Chargers

We’re only a few weeks from the start of training camps across the NFL, and there are going to be a number of position battles to keep an eye on.  Here at KC Chiefs Blog, we’re going to take team-by-team looks around the league and focus on some of the key players each club has […]

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