Topic: Brandon Albert
You want to see this image because, if this is duplicated in real life, Scott Pioli wins the Super Bowl as the Chiefs’ GM and Bill Belichick lost a bet with Pioli somewhere along the way and had to ride on the float.
Now thatRead on »
I am just going to start by saying that might have been the worst Chiefs loss I have ever witnessed. I will define worst Chiefs loss as the most painful and embarrassing loss I have ever experienced. Sure, some of the playoff losses in theRead on »
I say “Kansas City Chiefs fans, are you ready for some football?” Hank Williams Jr. says “OH YEAH!”
Despite my seat on the “Suck for Luck” bandwagon, I have to say that the Chiefs played a good game against the Minnesota Vikings and wereRead on »
Football Is Back: The Kansas City Chiefs are once again underrated by the national pundits and experts. Last year, they proved to be wrong as the Chiefs won 10 games and hosted a playoff game. This year, the pundits might be right and I mightRead on »
No. the Chiefs aren’t playing the Jets. Does it really matter anymore? No.
Alright, The Baltimore Ravens are coming to town, the stadium is sold out and the Ravens are picked to win. They just might but here we are, a home playoff game. The Chiefs just might be underdogs but they have something the Ravens don’t have: health.Read on »
With the San Diego Chargers’ loss to the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs’ win against the Tennessee Titans, the Chiefs are now in the playoffs! I now declare the rebuilding process over! Sure, the Chiefs could take steps backwards next year and not make the playoffs due to injuries or a tougher schedule.Read on »
The Kansas City Chiefs busted out of their slump against the Arizona Cardinals, winning easily by the score of 31-13. Despite missing Tony Moeaki and Dexter McCluster, the Chiefs seemed to effortlessly score points on the Cardinals and the Arizona offense thwarted any good drive they attempted to put together by incurring penalties.Read on »
The first half of the season started off with the highest of highs as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football to open the season at the New Arrowhead Stadium. Now, the first half ended on the lowest of lows, with the Chiefs losing in overtime in a game where the Oakland Raiders tried their hardest to give the Chiefs the easy win.Read on »
You have to go back to December 26th, 2006 to find a game against the Raiders that meant something for the Kansas City Chiefs. At that time, the Chiefs were on their way to falling ass-backwards into the playoffs. Today’s game lacks the same urgency for the Chiefs but the magnitude and implications of the outcome of this game are sizable.Read on »
The Kansas City Chiefs are the last unbeaten team in the NFL. To me, that doesn’t mean much. At this point, I don’t have the Chiefs in the top 10 of the NFL. What it tells me is that there isn’t even one ostensible dominant team in the NFL. Perhaps this is a year where parity is even more present this year than it usually is in other years.Read on »