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What to Watch for: Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots

Well Commanders, its been a rough couple of weeks for any Kansas City Chiefs fan. After looking at a potential record of 6-3, with a solid hold on the division lead, the Chiefs laid consecutive ‘eggs’ against two lackluster opponents, and suddenly find themselves 4-5,

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Chiefs – Broncos Post Game Remarks

The Kansas City Chiefs failed horribly in their attempt to stay on top of the AFC West this afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium. The Denver Broncos beat the Chiefs 17-10 in a game that would appear to be close by the final score, but by no

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Chiefs Look To Avoid Getting Stuck With The Bill

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 might

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As season approaches, concern grows

It’s not too hard to look at the Chiefs on the surface and see a team on the brink of greatness. Promising young starters returning, one of the hottest young coaches in the game and a passionate fanbase reignited by an unlikely division title run

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Is it time to panic, at least slightly?

Hi! I am excited to be back for another year of the NFL and, in 11 days, real Chiefs football will be upon us!

On Friday, we all saw another preseason loss for the Kansas City Chiefs by way of another listless game plan provided

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Indeed, The Chiefs Have Needs

The current uncertainty that a collective bargaining agreement will be reached between the NFL owners and the NFL player’s association, free agency is going to be at an all-time low. This places more importance on the NFL draft and every fan of the Kansas City Chiefs is hoping that NFL Executive of the Year Scott Pioli can repeat last year’s performance and learn from the whiffs of the 2009 draft

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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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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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Offense grabs headlines, but D is the story

I don’t know if even the most optimistic Kansas City Chiefs fans had the team down at 3-0 at the bye week.

But that’s exactly where this team is after Sunday’s exciting 31-10 win over the San Francisco 49ers.

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The Kansas City Chiefs Double Down On The Cleveland Browns

The NFL season is one battle after the next and, though this Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns may be one of the easiet ones on the schedule, within each battle there are challenges. Jerome Harrison and Josh Cribbs did enough damage in last year’s contest to warrant the devotion of a good amount of practice time so they can prevent these guys from running all over the Kansas City Chiefs again. I think the Chiefs have the players to emulate what the Browns can do and they will be prepared….

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