Topic: Philip Rivers
Yesterday the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the San Diego Chargers 41-38. This loss could prove costly in more ways than one as the Chiefs stud pass rushers Tamba Hali and Justin Houston both went down with injuries. Both will have MRI’s today to findRead on »
Kansas City Chiefs lost because the Miami Dolphins was a team that is hungry and are not as bad as their record shows.
Which is the opposite for the Chiefs. The Chiefs have beaten some Bad teams. They are not as good as their recordRead on »
Another Friday afternoon, another Friday Five to lead you into your weekend.
- For the first time in eight years, the Bengals won on the east coast. This severe skid was brought to an end this week when they trounced the hapless Seahawks 34 – Read on »
Anyone elses still CHARGERED up from Monday nights spooktakular overtime win? The worst day ever for Philip Rivers was an instant classic in the minds of Chiefs fans worldwide. The Kansas City Chiefs will host the winless Miami Dolphins this Sunday in what might beRead on »
Wow, that may have been the greatest Halloween ever for us Kansas City Chiefs fans. Thankfully something must have scared Philip Rivers into that fumble. Chiefs’ fans would have settled for going 2-1 before the game against the New England Patriots, now they have aRead on »
Segment 1 Intro, Gut reaction, Pregame Keys/Postgame Locks, show over view (01:00)
- Gut Reaction Read on »
The Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Diego Chargers in a huge AFC West Matchup tonight on Monday Night Football.
What are the keys to a Chiefs Victory?
- The Chiefs need to have a balanced offensive gameplan. Run with Jackie Battle. Complete passes Read on »
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I don’t know what it is but here recently I’ve pretty much been a profit in my blogs (hope you’ve been paying attention)! I stated that everyone needed to stop panicking about Todd Haley and just let him coach.Read on »
The Kansas City Chiefs find themselves in a position thought impossible following the team’s last loss to the San Diego Chargers in week 3, with a 0-3 record. The Chiefs find themselves with the opportunity to grab a share of the AFC West division lead withRead on »
Its been five days since the Kansas City Chiefs pummeled the Oakland Raiders and yet the satisfaction still looms boldly in the autumn air. A shutout victory on the road without projected future star Tony Moeaki and Pro Bowlers Jamaal Charles and Eric Berry, wasRead on »