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Dolphins Sink Chiefs; Chiefs Remain in First Place; Rally Beard Dies

Ladies and Gentlemen, Chiefs fans of the world, the Rally Beard dies today.

Sunday’s showing by the Kansas City Chiefs was fair. Matt Cassel didn’t throw any interceptions, nor did he throw any touchdowns. in fact, the only score of the game for the Chiefs came

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Javier Arenas v. Raiders Week 7

Kansas City Chiefs Numbers Game

The Kansas City Chiefs shut out the Oakland Raiders 28-0 on Sunday and I could not be on more of a high than I am right now. Just witnessing the collapse of the Raiders after losing Jason Campbell for the season, then giving up a

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What to Watch for: Kansas City Chiefs @ Detroit Lions

What a long offseason it has been. Apologies for the lack of a WTWF article last week, my college golf season is in full stride and is really stripping me of anything resembling free time. Enough about me, it’s time to get ready for week 2. After the abysmal performance in week 1, it couldn’t possible get any worse….Right?

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Jamaal Charles against the Bears

2011 Chiefs Command Blogger Predictions

Welcome to the 2nd annual Chiefs Command pre-season predictions for your Kansas City Chiefs. Each regular Chiefs Command contributor was asked to give their predictions for the upcoming season in a variety of categories. As always, we expect readers to call us out for flip-flopping later in the

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What to Watch f…..oh thats right.

It is a sad, sad week here at Chiefs Command, as the season is officially over. Many of you are wondering what will be going on around here now, and I tell you to fear not. Yes, while there will not be any more What to Watch for threads, there will be plenty of other exciting off-season articles and posts that will keep you hungry for next year

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Brodie Croyle

Chargers beat up Chiefs

Two words: Total domination.

Offensively, defensively, the San Diego Chargers had an answer for everything the Kansas City Chiefs wanted to do Sunday in a 31-0 shellacking, which gave the Chargers revenge for the Week 1 loss against the Chiefs at Arrowhead.

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Derrick Johnson

For The Chiefs, The Way Forward Is Only A Mile High

Now the Kansas City Chiefs have a division race on their hands. You didn’t think it was going to be that easy, did ya? I did but here the Chiefs are. The San Diego Chargers are back in it and the Oakland Raiders are making their case. The respective remaining schedule is favorable for the Chargers but has something for the Oakland Raiders.

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Grading the Chiefs through the 1st half of 2010

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.

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Nick’s Chiefs Briefs: Week 7

I think we have a decent idea of where the Kansas City Chiefs are at now. They certainly can beat bad teams, and they can hang in with good teams. Good thing for the Chiefs that there are a lot of bad teams on their schedule. It does seem like there are a few too many over-confident fans and commentators.

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Nick’s Chiefs Briefs: Week 2

The Kansas City Chiefs sit atop the AFC West standings after two weeks, who could have imagined it? Welcome back to my second article here at Chiefs Command. If you’ve been with me for the past two weeks, you’ll notice a change in the name of the article. Previously it was called “Chiefs Bullets”, but Chiefs don’t shoot bullets, they shoot arrows. Unfortunately Chiefs Arrows doesn’t accurately convey the point. Fortunately the word briefs not only summarizes the point (short thoughts), and not only rhymes with the word Chiefs but most importantly is a double entendre which is something I can get behind. So onto the Chiefs Briefs.

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