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Justin Houston’s injury is reported to be PCL sprain, Andy Reid says no update yet
By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Nov 30, 2015, 12:14p 16

It’s a little more than a knee sprain for Kansas City Chiefs LB Justin Houston. Andy Reid said on Monday that he didn’t have an update on the injury Houston suffered against the Bills but NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport is reporting that Houston has a PCL sprain.

#Chiefs OLB Justin Houston suffered a PCL sprain based on initial tests, source said. He’s having tests, but believed to be minor.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) Read more…

By Darin Gantt

“Next man up” is an easy thing for coaches to say, when inevitable injuries or bad news starts to pile up. But the players who actually have to implement that slogan are still human beings, and sometimes it takes weeks for it to become a reality. So the Chiefs don’t mind admitting it took them…
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By N TX Dave

How did we end up with two Offensive Linemen, Morse and Fisher? Morse was out for a concussion while Fisher was out with a head neck injury. To answer the last question maybe they would have put in Anthony Sherman, he says he likes to block and he has played safety.

From Arrowhead Pride.

The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line is playing well enough against a tough Buffalo Bills team but injuries are becoming a problem. After losing LG Jeff Allen and LT Eric Fisher, the Chiefs announce that C Mitch Morse has a concussion. Read more…

By ctchiefsfan

19-30-255. No interceptions. 2 touchdowns. 112.5 rating. He added 35 yards with his legs so a combined 290 yards. And this against a Bills Defense that was supposed to be Hot Ship.

No matter who you are that is a pretty damned good game.

In addition, Alex had 6 passes (that’s 31.5% of his completions) go for 15 yards are more. He had 4 (21%) that went for 32 yards or more. And most if not all of the 30+ yard completions were virtually all in the air not short throws with a long run.

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By brdempsey69

With Buffalo and Pittsburgh losing today and the Chiefs winning, the Pats-Donkeys game does create some worthy interest, as this game could loom large when it is all said and done, at season’s end.

Go Pats and beat those Denver Dinkeys or Donkeys or whatever one wants to call them scumbags. Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Chiefs rallied to beat the Bills 30-22 on Sunday, extending their winning streak to five games and improving their record to 6-5 on the season. The win didn’t come without some setbacks, however. Linebacker Justin Houston was forced out of the game in the first half with a knee injury. After the game, coach…
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