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Charlie Weis Chiefs 2010

What are the Chiefs missing?

I simply cannot explain why the Chiefs are so bad.  How can a team, that lost relatively few players and staff, be so bad this year?  I will break down each different staffing area of the team to see if we can find out what

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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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Mock Draft – #2

#1 Carolina Panthers – Nick Fairley, DT Auburn

Still like Fairley here, he is a player who can seriously take over a game. However, I can still see AJ Green being taken here following the combine. Green is a freak of an athlete and could

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The Kansas City Chiefs Have Arrived, Still Have Work To Do

It’s clear that the best four teams in the AFC are still in the playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs had quite a season but they still have some things to retool and players to draft. With the unknown state of a new collective bargaining agreement, it hurts to not have the Chiefs in the playoffs anymore.

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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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The Buck Stops In Kansas City Versus The Arizona Cardinals

Well, if last Sunday wasn’t the perfect storm for suck. The bye-week was good to the Denver Broncos. I imagine that having to start their break fresh off a loss to the San Francisco 49ers in London wasn’t easy but they got healthy, they were prepared and the Broncos were the better coached team than the Kansas City Chiefs.

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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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Buffalo Should Be On the Grill Inside and Outside Arrowhead Stadium

Anybody who monitored the Buffalo Bills-Baltimore Ravens game knows that the winless Bills didn’t make it easy for the Ravens in Baltimore. Having Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm prevents the Bills from being the pushover that they have been at the beginning of the season.

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Kansas City Chiefs Begin Tour To Avenge Last Year’s Garbage Losses

The Kansas City Chiefs have the second easiest remaining schedule. The next three opponents are good reasons why the Chiefs’ schedule is easier. The Jacksonville Jaguars, the Buffalo Bills and the Oakland Raiders beat the Chiefs last year but this year, the Chiefs have improved while the other teams remain jokes of the NFL.

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Nick’s Chiefs Briefs: Week 6

Things can certainly change on a dime, can’t they? The Kansas City Chiefs were undefeated two weeks ago and thinking playoffs, now they are 3-2 and some of that confidence has slipped away. This weeks game against the Houston Texans was certainly a microcosm of the season. Just as the Chiefs seemed close to salting away another win, suddenly the Texans come roaring back and devastate the Chiefs with a last minute touchdown. Still, I’d think that fans are still pretty happy with there the team is now and some absolutely winnable games coming up. Let’s get into our Briefs, shall we?

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