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Chiefs vs Steelers Playoff Game Preview
By Ed Fulda on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 20:18:48
When someone asked me recently what the Chiefs had to do to win this Sunday against the Steelers, I guess he thought I was being a smart aleck when I replied, "They'll win if they don't repeat week 4." "No, I want some real analysis," he replied and then he walked off in a huff. Ultimately, however, that's exactly what...
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The Electric Company - Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster
By Mike Buckman on Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 00:37:00
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The Chief's Stock Report (Preseason Game 3 Edition)
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By Rob Gerster on Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 02:03:56
The Chief's Stock Report (Preseason Game 3 Edition) By Rob Gerster For me, this preseason game was a good one because my son was visiting from Minneapolis and watched the game with me. He is a youth pastor so his Sundays are typically reserved for activities in the twin cities. Tonight we were able to re live his high school...
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The Chief's Stock Report (Preseason Game 2 Edition)
By Rob Gerster on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 18:19:16
The Chief's Stock Report (Preseason Game 2 Edition) By Rob Gerster Assessing preseason game 2 in Tampa Bay is a tricky task. The Chiefs lost. That is bad. The offense showed signs of life. That is good. The Chiefs were -3 on the turnover battle. That is bad. The special teams were excellent. That is good. I could do this all day. Overall, I...
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The New Defense
By Rob Gerster on Friday, August 20, 2010 at 16:49:48
It's the same – only different. My best friend used to say that all the time as we traversed our teen years. It was one of the many funny, odd, and yet poignant things he used to say. I was reminded of this saying Monday when I heard Romeo Crennel talking about playing "a different defense than before" when the subject of his defensive line...
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Kansas City (0-1) at Tampa Bay (0-1)
By Stephen Brown on Friday, August 20, 2010 at 08:22:13
The Kansas City Chiefs travel to the Sunshine State to face Tampa Bay this Saturday, the second straight preseason game against an NFC South opponent. Both teams lost their first preseason game, the Buccaneers lost to the Miami Dolphins by a score of 10-7. This is the first preseason road game against the Buccaneers in 2000 for Kansas City....
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Training Camp at St. Joe coming to a Close
By Stephen Brown on Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 09:35:39
By now you've had a week to reflect and discuss the Kansas City Chiefs first preseason game. The loss last Friday against the Atlanta Falcons left many with a sense of deja vu. The initial stand of the defense to the first three and out by Matt Cassel and the offense was eerily similar to last year. Like the 1966 spaghetti western film...
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Let's See to Motivate a Team? That's it...A Movie!
By Stephen Brown on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 18:17:00
Sounds good to me. Wait...a what? It didn't quite sink in until I hit I-29 headed back to Blue Springs. A movie? Huh, did I hear Todd Haley right? He said the team went to a movie. As in popcorn and soda instead of pads and sweat? I'd get something like "Remember the Titans" where coach Herman Boone took his players to...
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Dear Lord, Please...Not Again!
By Stephen Brown on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 20:52:52
It's over...it's over (Roy Orbison music fades). You glad it's over, think it's over, or just ready for game two? Was it worth it, or did you turn off the TV? It started rough, but I wasn't totally disappointed. It's the first preseason game, and not every question will be answered, but be thankful for Dexter...
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A Job Well Begun...
By Rob Gerster on Thursday, August 12, 2010 at 22:19:10
Have you ever been watching your favorite team and caught yourself wondering why you even like this team? The uniforms are still familiar, but the performance of the men wearing them nears the point of turning your stomach, or the coach plays a style that is counter to the way you believe the game should be played. This happened to me earlier this summer....
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The Jarrad Page Saga
By Rob Gerster on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 22:25:30
How many of us have gone to work sick? You wake up still tired from coughing all night, and think to yourself man I don't want to go to work today. As you slowly get to your feet to head to the phone to call the boss, you think it's only August and I only have two sick days left - I guess I don't feel that bad. Or maybe the last time you were...
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Instant Impact
By Mike Buckman on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 22:22:33
Preseason is in full swing and, with it, the hope that this year's crop of rookies will make a meaningful impact their first year. The truth is, rookies rarely make much of an impact, let alone start. That's just part of the development and maturation process of turning a former college player into a professional. The Chiefs, however,could have...
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It Takes Faith to be a Fan
By William Cloake on Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 10:44:20
It Takes Faith to be a Fan by William T. Cloake IV WILDBILLSCHIEFS.COM June 13, 2010 The Cambridge International Dictionary defines a fan as: "Someone who admires and supports a person, sport, sports team, etc.". Of course, pretty much everyone knows that the word "fan" was derived from the word...
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Chiefs Should Take A Look at TO
By William Cloake on Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 18:36:10
Chiefs Should Take A Look at TO By William T. Cloake IV WILDBILLSCHIEFS.COM March 17, 2010 I can't believe that I'm writing this, but I seriously think the Chiefs should take a look at Terrell Owens. Now, before you think that I have taken a big step away from my good senses, consider this:...
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Chiefs Need to Do the Conventional in Upcoming Draft
By William Cloake on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 13:15:54
Historically, unconventional thinking has often led to some of the greatest outcomes in the history of the NFL. When Todd Haley benched Matt Leinhart for an aging Kurt Warner, this was an unconventional move. When the Dolphins introduced the Wildcat offense, this was an unconventional move. In 1992, the Colts selection of linebacker Quentin Coryatt was an...
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Looking Like the Real Deal
By Stephen Brown on Wednesday, January 6, 2010 at 20:46:29
Though the season wasn't everything I expected it couldn't have ended any better. It was a huge exclamation mark for Todd Haley and his team. My first thought was obvious, and something I was glad to see. The Kansas City Chiefs didn't quit, this game was still relevant to them. No white flag or halfhearted play. It could have been one of those...
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Fed Up, and Rightfully So
By Stephen Brown on Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 23:33:18
The Finger... Accused of making an obscene gesture to a fan, Todd Haley said he appreciates Chiefs fans and wouldn't disrespect them. He says because of his five children he has to be a role model and flipping a fan off on his way to the tunnel is not the way he behaves. That's nice, but Haley...do your kids read...
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Haley and Pioli: Evaluation Time
By William Cloake on Monday, December 21, 2009 at 14:45:25
Haley and Pioli: Evaluation Time By William T. Cloake IV December 21, 2009 WILDBILLSCHIEFS.COM With two games left to go in the 2009 season, it might seem early to evaluate the work of Scott Pioli and Todd Haley, but actually – after playing two similar teams in the Bills and Browns – the timing could not be better....
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Strapped In?
By Stephen Brown on Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at 18:12:20
Wow?! Strapped in? If the Kansas City Chiefs were a roller coaster they'd probably be the world's scariest. The Chiefs manage to flirt with consistent then drop, drop, drop back to appalling. Believe me, it's enough to make anyone run for the chicken exit. What an awful game. I'm stupefied by this year's Chiefs team. They...
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Waited Long Enough - Jamaal Charles
By Stephen Brown on Saturday, November 28, 2009 at 14:53:17
This was the headline Nov 9th ... "The Chiefs wasted little time cutting Larry Johnson, despite not having a great option to replace him." – USAToday Fast forward to week 10: Jamaal Charles, whose 97-yard return of the opening kickoff helped drive Kansas City to a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, was named AFC special teams...
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By Stephen Brown on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 21:41:33
Huh!? Okay, so I forgot what it was like - expectations. You know...hope! When was the last time the Kansas City Chiefs turned a corner? Oh, I'd say the ninth game of the 2001 season. The Chiefs have won two in a row, and beating the San Diego Chargers would be huge, but a light came on where there wasn't one before. The Chiefs grew a spine and...
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Finally … A Tangible Sign of Progress
By Mike Buckman on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 at 18:07:12
When the euphoria began to die down, following the Chiefs' 27-24 OT upset of the Steelers, the Chiefs and their fans began to realize how important this win was. It has been a tough two and a half seasons to be a Chiefs fan. After the loss to Jacksonville, which marked the halfway point of the 2009 season, the Chiefs were 7-33 dating back...
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Matt Cassel - Throw by Throw
By William Cloake on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 at 01:55:41
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From the Ground Up - Offensive Line
By Stephen Brown on Friday, November 13, 2009 at 23:15:31
Running Back Larry Johnson officially gone. Old news, but some day some way he'd like to return. Yeah! Clark Hunt will leave the light on. What a wonderful country we live in. Run for a smidgen of yards good for a 2.7 yard average, get fired, and you're still guaranteed $2.1M for the rest of the season. Football has been very, very...
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Gay Slurs are at the Heart of the Debate of Larry Johnson
By William Cloake on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at 19:36:25
Gay Slurs are at the Heart of the Debate on Larry Johnson Chief fans dislike of Larry Johnson is becoming better and better documented with each passing moment. As of the writing of this article, over 15,000 had signed a petition requesting that Johnson never be given a chance to break Priest Holmes all-time Chiefs rushing record. The fact...
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Behind the Numbers: What is Reasonable to Expect from Pioli and Haley
By William Cloake on Friday, October 30, 2009 at 03:02:41
Behind the Numbers: What is Reasonable to Expect from Pioli and Haley By William T. Cloake IV October 30, 2009 WILDBILLSCHIEFS.COM From 1978, when the NFL adopted a 16 game schedule, through 20008, only 26 teams have posted a record of 2-14 or less. The Chiefs (along with the Rams) became the 17th (and 18th) teams to...
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Shades of 2001
By William Cloake on Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 02:57:54
The Kansas City Chiefs have a new head coach, a new quarterback, have alienated, benched or released what seem to be some of their best players and sit at 1-6. It sounds like this season, right? It's not. I am actually speaking of Dick Vermeil's first season as head coach of the Chiefs in 2001. Although, most look back on Vermeil's...
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The Right Message...
By Stephen Brown on Sunday, October 25, 2009 at 22:37:09
When asked about the "right 53" Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel said things like hard work, consistency, smarts, and just doing your job. That was just opinion, because Cassel really doesn't know. "You know," Cassel said, "I think coach could be more specific on it, I don't really know what the definition of the ‘right 53' is,...
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A Season Like This
By Stephen Brown on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 18:19:40
What's a season like this causing you to do? Check out? Catch up? Finish a good book? I find myself being thankful, not for the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line, but stuff I take for granted. Things that make me feel happier when my team allows 379.8 yards a game. How about a comfortable chair, ice cubes, or a cozy pillow? They help me when folks...
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Chiefs Defense Making Improvement
By William Cloake on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 14:16:33
Sometimes it is hard to see improvement because the results look the same. However, six games into the Chiefs 2009 season, one thing is becoming apparent: the Chiefs defense is steadily improving and is already substantially better than the 2008 Chiefs defense. You may wonder how one can say this about a group than ranks in below the 23rd...
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