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The Kansas City Chiefs won yesterday and improved to 9-0 by beating the Buffalo Bills 23-13! This ties the best start in franchise history with the 2003 Chiefs. The best defense in the league came through in the clutch again yesterday. TheRead on »
For the seventh week in a row the Kansas City Chiefs defense was absolutely dominant. The Chiefs beat the Houston Texans 17-16 in a nail biter of a game that moved the Chiefs to 7-0! With the Denver Broncos lost to the Indianapolis Colts lastRead on »
Yesterday the Kansas City Chiefs ended a six game home losing streak to the Oakland Raiders by beating them 24-7. The last time the Chiefs beat the Raiders at home Trent Green was the leading passer and Herm Edwards was the Chiefs coach!
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The Kansas City Chiefs are 5-0! This is the first time the Chiefs have been 5-0 since 2003. The Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans 26-17. The Chiefs defense was dominant in the first half as the Titans went three and out on their first fiveRead on »
One of the great things about college football is the rankings. Every week the fans get to see who the top 25 teams are and teams always know where they stand. While there are some major flaws in the system, for example, the influence preseasonRead on »
The Kansas City Chiefs are 2-0 for the first time since 2010 and have already matched their win total from all of last season. The Chiefs beat the Dallas Cowboys 17-16 in a hard fought physical game.
Last week I said I would hold offRead on »
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-2 on Sunday and looked great. The last time the Kansas City Chiefs looked impressive in a season opener was 2010 on a Monday night against the San Diego Chargers. The Chiefs went on to win theRead on »
The AFC West was the worst division in football by far last year, with the Chargers, Raiders, and Chiefs all finishing below .500. The only bright spot was the Denver Broncos who easily cruised to a division title and went 6-0 in theRead on »