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Could the Bucs Be the Surprise Team in 2014?

Last year the Kansas City Chiefs, hot off a putrid 2–14 2012 season, pulled off the ultimate turnaround, finishing an unexpected 11–5 and making the playoffs. They did it by bringing in veteran quarterback Alex Smith to stabilize an offense that had been over-relying on a star running back Jamaal Charles, keeping together a young and talented defense, and tabbing a veteran coach...
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Re-Capping the Chiefs Offense In Every Game Last Season

 The Chiefs started out 9-0, finished 11-5. The Offense started out slow, but finished strong. The Defense started out hot, but in the end they looked as if Elsa had put a spell on them. I wanted to know why this happened. Why did the Offense begin moving the ball and scoring big points while the D gave up just as much if not more?Here I will re-cap every Kansas City Chiefs game...
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How to draw Andy Reid

It’s the off-season doldrums of July and that means it’s time for an art lesson! Today we will learn how to draw the big tomato, Andy Reid, coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.  To start off, no one should draw on an empty stomach. So grab a healthy snack! I don’t have anything particularly healthy in my fridge, so I’ll eat this KFC Double Down.  Nothing helps creativity...
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Kansas City Chiefs 2014: 5 Most Pressing Questions Heading Into Training Camp

There are a few numbers the Kansas City Chiefs and its fans want to forget over the last two. The first is 2-14, as in the record of the 2012 team – the one that placed five players in the Pro Bowl and still had the first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.The second is 28 as in 28 points – the lead the Chiefs had in the 2013-14 playoffs. The lead that the Indianapolis Colts overcame...
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These 10 sleepers could challenge the Kansas City Chiefs for a 2014 playoff spot

One of the great things about the NFL is that nearly every team can make a case for the upcoming season being “their year.” That’s because every campaign sees plenty of worst-to-first turnarounds, where non-playoff teams from the year before suddenly find themselves in postseason contention down the stretch. Some of this is nothing more than false hope, summertime bravado that...
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Twitter Tuesday: Justin Houston ready to go

The Chiefs are just two weeks away from training camp, and it doesn’t appear there’s an end in sight for Justin Houston’s contract dispute. One thing is certain, though. Justin Houston is ready to go. Get it done, Mr. Dorsey. You may also be interested in:Twitter Tuesday: Justin Houston ready to goSnubbed? Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey not named top-10 in NFLDo the Kansas...
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NFL Draft Diamonds – 2014 NFL Supplemental Mock Draft

I figured since tomorrow is the 2014 NFL Supplemental Draft, I would do a Mock Draft. Henry Hodgson of usually puts one of these out as well, and he has LaKendrick Ross going in the sixth round to the Jets and Miami using a seventh rounder on running back Traylon Shead. Well I thought we […] The post NFL Draft Diamonds – 2014 NFL Supplemental Mock Draft appeared first...
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The W-L Game, Chiefs Edition: Is the Andy Gang 'doomed' to finish .500?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- First, if 9-0 happens again, run to the gas station and snatch up a lotto ticket, pronto. A first month that includes trips to Denver, Miami and San Francisco all but guarantees that the Kansas City Chiefs' magic carpet ride of 2013 will be replaced by a road with all kinds of #$*(*&@ potholes. And take a peek at December: At Arizona, at Pittsburgh. In...
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Power Rankings: How would the Kansas City Chiefs do as a Super Bowl host?

In early February, Super Bowl XLVIII was played in the New York / New Jersey area, the first time the big game had been played outdoors in a cold-weather market. This opened the window for every NFL city to throw their name into the hat as a possible host for future title tilts. Currently, less than half of the league’s markets have hosted a Super Bowl, as only 15 metro areas can...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Three most intriguing positional battles

It’s about that time, training camp is in the air, both fans and players are getting anxious. Especially those around the Kansas City area who are hoping that this young team can take the next step to stardom. You will be hard press to find a team with more individual talent than the Kansas City Chiefs in the upcoming season, they boast players like Jamaal Charles, Justin Houston...
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Kansas City Chiefs could have drafted the Rookie of the Year

When the Kansas city Chiefs selected De’Anthony Thomas they knew exactly what they were getting. The Chiefs were getting a speedster, with “Man” abilities to make people miss. Well that little back might lack size but definitely not confidence. Thomas told that his goals for his rookie season include winning Rookie of the Year, […] The post Kansas City Chiefs could...
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Rookie CB Phillip Gaines could ease void left by the release of Brandon Flowers

Kansas City Chiefs third-round CB Phillip Gaines was a four-year starter at cornerback for Rice, but the Chiefs are looking at him as a possible replacement for the recently released Brandon Flowers. At 6'0, 190 pounds, Gaines gives more size to the position than Flowers (5'11, 188) and more likely to see snaps as an outside corner in Bob Sutton's press-man scheme....
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Chiefs Projected 2014 Defensive and Special Team Starters

Now that I’ve finished projecting the Chiefs offensive starters, now its time to project the Chiefs defensive starters. Nose Tackle: Dontari Poe The Chiefs 2012 1st round pick blossomed last season, registering 4.5 sacks and numerous pressures. Despite the falloff in production in the Chiefs D in final weeks of the season, Poe continued to be a force opposing teams had to...
Via TopSportsReport
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Do you think Jamaal Charles should be in the top 10 of the best 100 players?

Jamaal Charles had a huge season in 2013, and it was very impressive, but do you think he deserves to be above Aaron Rodgers on the list?  Charles, meanwhile, nearly became the 10th player ever to accumulate 2,000 yards from scrimmage and 20 touchdowns. Missing the mark only because the Chiefs chose to bench him […] The post Do you think Jamaal Charles should be in the top 10...
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Chiefs Projected 2014 Offensive Starters

This post wasn’t my idea to begin with, it was the idea of my good friend John Miceli who told me I should project the Chiefs starting lineup. I found it to be a great idea, and so here I am, projecting the Chiefs 11 offensive starters. Quarterback: Alex Smith Gained in a trade from the 49ers in exchange for 2 2nd round picks last season, Smith turned in the best season the...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss
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