– A Kansas City Chiefs Fansite

By Mike Florio

A storyline that should be getting far more hype as Week Five approaches (and I’ll do my best to hype it up right now) will unfold in San Frantaclara, where the 49ers will host the Chiefs. It marks the first reunion between the 49ers and the first overall pick in the 2005 draft, quarterback Alex…
Read more…

By Frankenchief

I’m a lifetime fan of the Chiefs. But I’m also a big soccer fan and a former player. As such I’m a lifetime fan of Arsenal FC. These two teams of mine are basically having the same season. Multiple injuries to key players. Frustratingly slow start to the season, etc.

I just watched live my Arsenal Gunners duplicate my Chiefs Monday night performance in a UEFA match. :yahoo: It is really spooky.

I know it’s useless information, but I had to say it someplace!

Now back to your current program….. Read more…

By jap1

So I was talking with a friend and he brought up a trade idea. I wanted to run it by you guys to see what you think.

Trade Knile Davis to the Vikings for Cordarelle Patterson (WR).

The Vikings get a RB to replace AP. We get a WR to pair with Bowe (or to replace Bowe) to give our passing game that extra spark it needs to get over the hump.

Yes we lose our backup RB, but RBs can usually be found relatively easily in the mid rounds of the draft. JC has a few more good years on his tires.

Thoughts? Read more…

By Darin Gantt

When Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah picked off Tom Brady and returned it for a touchdown, he said a quick prayer. But unlike Tim Tebow doing the same thing when he got to the end zone, Abdullah was flagged. The Muslim safety said he made a promise to himself that he’d show his respect if he ever scored. “If I get…
Read more…

By Eydugstr…ames/20969882/

FCC votes to overturn blackout rules barring poorly-attended games from television

Sep 30th 2014 11:53AM

The Federal Communications Commission has voted to strike down hated sports blackouts.

FCC commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to repeal the rules that allowed sports leagues, mainly the NFL, to bar regions from watching their home teams on television if games did not sell out.

The decades-old statute barred sparsely attended games from being broadcast on networks such as ABC, CBS, Fox or NBC. It also stopped cable and satellite providers from showing the games in those markets.

“Today we are blowing the whistle on Read more…

1 2 3 65