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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs snapped their four-game losing streak against the Raiders in Week 14 and they did it without the help of cornerback Marcus Peters. Peters has had a rocky season on the field and the Chiefs didn’t seem to miss him against the Raiders. Cornerbacks Steven Nelson, Terrence Mitchell and Darrelle Revis held the Raiders [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Steelers rallied back on Sunday night to beat the Ravens, but the Patriots couldn’t do the same in Miami on Monday night. That means the Steelers have clinched a division title while the Patriots still need to put the finishing touches on the AFC East. It also means that the Steelers can wrap up [more]
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By Josh Alper

Safety Steven Terrell put the finishing touches on Sunday’s Chiefs win over the Raiders when he intercepted Derek Carr with just over 30 seconds left to play in the fourth quarter. That turned out to be the final play that Terrell will make for the Chiefs this season. The team announced on Monday that Terrell [more]
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By ctchiefsfan

Yes…He’s old (by football standards–a kid by my standards). Yes…the gas in his tank is measured in fumes. Yes…he’s hardly played this season. But y’know Sunday with Ford out and Peters suspended and the season on the line he still came up with some BIG PLAYS. He put good pressure on Carr and with pressure from Tamba on the right our pass rush was MUCH BETTER than it’s been in a while. When we needed him MOST, beat up, broke down Tamba Hali SHOWED HE WAS STILL A CHIEF! Thank you Tamba! Read more…

By ctchiefsfan

For the last two weeks Matt Nagy has been calling the offensive plays and while we are only 1-1 in those two games, we’ve run up 911 total yards on Offense (634 passing and 277 rushing) for an average of 455.5 yards per game!

First and foremost…THANK YOU MATT NAGY! And another Thank You to Andy Reid for doing what he always says he will do….look in the mirror and ask himself…ARE YOU PART OF THE PROBLEM? He did it. Decided he was part of the problem and turned the playcalling over to Nagy. And with that Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Raiders briefly threatened to make Sunday’s game against the Chiefs interesting, but their 15-point flurry in the fourth quarter wound up being too little and too late to make a difference in the final result. Kansas City won the game 26-15 after scoring the first 26 points of the game and left the Raiders [more]
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