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By Mike Florio

The Raiders and the Chiefs don’t draw like the Cowboys, but it’s close. Thursday night’s game between the AFC West arch-rivals delivered 17.4 million TV viewers, according to NBC. It’s the first time this year that an audience of more than 17 million tuned in for back-to-back Thursday night games. (Last week, more than 21…
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By Mike Florio

On Thursday morning, Raiders offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele became sufficiently ill to get treatment at a Kansas City-area hospital. But the Raiders didn’t disclose that development, as required by league rules. Then, 90 minutes before kickoff, Osemele appeared on the inactive list, and news of the illness emerged for the first time. The NFL tells…
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By ctchiefsfan

Our Chiefs have swept the Raiders, beaten Denver in Denver and beaten the Chargers. 3 more wins and we win the AFC West! Then 3 more wins and we are Super Bowl Champions! We don’t win “pretty”. We just WIN! THIS IS OUR YEAR!!! Read more…

By matthewschiefs

I joined this forum shortly before the 2009 season began. We had just been through the Herm Edwards era and had hired a at the time highly favorable GM and had a new young head coach that had some promise.

None of that as we all know worked out. Then after a miserable 2-14 season in 2012 we had yet anther new GM and head coach and things started to turn around. But there was 1 constant. Something that this team just couldn’t get past

In the big games they would always find a way to come up a little Read more…

By Mike Florio

An awkward moment unfolded between Chiefs coach Andy Reid and Raiders coach Jack Del Rio after Thursday night’s game between the two teams. Reid gave Del Rio a glancing pat on the shoulder; Del Rio responded with an icy glare. So is there a problem between the two men? “Not at all,” Reid told reporters…
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By Mike Florio

It’s a post-truth nation, so why shouldn’t it include a post-truth National Football League? A popular theory has emerged in the wake of Thursday night’s Raiders-Chiefs game regarding an errant fourth-quarter throw from Oakland quarterback Derek Carr to receiver Amari Cooper. Carr, who moved forward from the pocket to escape pressure before spotting Cooper open…
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