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    Default Official In Game Thread - Chiefs vs. Browns - 10/27


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    Kansas City Chiefs


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    Cleveland Browns


    Sunday, October 27, Noon CDT
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    Kansas City, Missouri




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    ***Official Chiefs Crowd Game Thread Starter***

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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Weather forecast: 62 degrees, sunny

    Line: Chiefs -7.5, Over/Under: 39.5
    The Browns are 3-4 ATS.
    The Chiefs are 5-2 ATS.

    Game Plans:
    Chiefs:
    If the Chiefs stick to the plan that's given them seven victories in seven games they should be able to make it eight in a row against the Browns. That formula has been led by a defense that allows very few touchdowns/points (eight touchdowns, 81 points), takes the ball away (19) and sacks the quarterback (35). The Chiefs rank No. 1 in the league over all three categories. Cleveland on the other hand is No. 25 in points scored (131), tied for No. 12 in giveaways (10) and tied for last in sacks allowed (27). With that defensive effort, they need at least one big contribution from their special teams and the Alex Smith-led offense must throw in a few scores, while maintaining ball security.

    Browns:
    It won't be easy, but the Browns would like to find a way to run successfully against the Chiefs. Leading rusher Willis McGahee is averaging only 2.9 yards a carry.

    Chris Ogbonnaya carried four times for 15 yards in Green Bay and could get more opportunities Sunday.

    The Chiefs are giving up an average of 4.8 yards a carry, but they have allowed only two rushing touchdowns.

    The alternative to concentrating on the run is turning on the Kansas City sack machine. The Chiefs lead the NFL with 35 sacks.

    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:

    "You don't worry about what people say. You don't worry about records. You prepare yourself, you respect the opponent, you study the opponent and then you get yourself right. If you stay with that, all the other stuff doesn't matter." -- Chiefs coach Andy Reid.

    Browns:
    "Obviously, you want consistency at your quarterback position every week, but from that standpoint, that's out of our control." -- Browns WR Davone Bess.

    ESPN Game Preview:

    While staying relatively healthy, the Kansas City Chiefs have gotten the benefit of facing some quarterbacks who were thrust into a starting role because of injuries.

    On Sunday, the Chiefs will take on a team that's making a change at that position for a different reason.

    Jason Campbell is taking over for the ineffective Brandon Weeden as the visiting Browns face the arduous task of trying to end Kansas City's reign as the NFL's only unbeaten team.

    The Chiefs (7-0) have faced opponents with a combined 15-33 record and two were without their starting quarterbacks -- Tennessee on Oct. 6 and Houston last week.

    Along with starting rookie Case Keenum in place of Matt Schaub, the Texans also lost top running back Arian Foster and linebacker Brian Cushing to injuries as the Chiefs posted a 17-16 victory.

    "The best thing about this team, we've had a lot of bad luck in the past; we're taking success the right way, being very humble about it," linebacker Derrick Johnson told the Chiefs' official website. "Character speaks after a win and we will still come back and grind like we're losing. We'll come back and try to get to 8-0. It's a great feeling. We're loving it."

    The Chiefs, meanwhile, have only two rookies who are missing and both were likely to serve as backups, tight end Travis Kelce and safety Sanders Commings. That health has helped Kansas City get off to its best start since winning its first nine games in 2003.

    "This is a rough business. Injuries do take place. I get it. But we've been fortunate," coach Andy Reid said. "That's really what it is."

    The defense has played a significant role in the Chiefs' incredible turnaround from last year's franchise-worst 2-14 finish. Kansas City has given up a league-low 81 points and no more than 17 in any game.

    The Chiefs are fifth in average yards given up (304.6) and third against the pass with 194.7 allowed per game. With a league-best 35 sacks, they're on pace to top the 1984 Chicago Bears' NFL record of 72.

    That's helped them stay unbeaten with an offense that ranks in the middle of the pack with 24.1 points and 330.7 yards per game.

    Kansas City's defense will try to keep rolling against a Browns team that's allowed its quarterbacks to get sacked 27 times, tied for second-most in the league.

    Weeden was brought down 21 times in his five games this season. He endured three of those in last Sunday's 31-13 loss at Green Bay while completing just 17 of 42 passes (40.5 percent) for 149 yards.

    That performance caused coach Rob Chudzinski to turn to Campbell, who has made 71 career starts and is the third starter this season for Cleveland (3-4) along with the injured Brian Hoyer.

    "It's a tough decision," Chudzinski said. "I believe this is in the best interest of the team, and ultimately gives us the best chance to win. I'm excited to see what Jason will do with this opportunity."

    Campbell made one start and played in six games for Chicago last season.

    "It's an opportunity to go out there and just get back to the game and just having fun," Campbell said. "Obviously, we want to go win games and do the best we can. But at the same time we understand we're a growing football team and our goal and mission every week is to go out and win games."

    Campbell helped lead Oakland to wins over Kansas City in 2010 and 2011. The Browns blew out the Chiefs 30-7 in the most recent matchup Dec. 9.

    Kansas City's Jamaal Charles opened the scoring in that game with an 80-yard run and finished with 165 yards on 18 carries. He's third in the NFL this season with 561 rushing yards and is tied for second with six touchdowns on the ground.

    Charles has a team-leading 36 receptions and Dwayne Bowe is next with 25, but he'll be a game-time decision due to a groin injury suffered in practice Thursday.

    Cleveland, which has won three of four in this series, is making its first visit to Kansas City since a 41-34 victory Dec. 20, 2009.
    ***Official Chiefs Crowd Game Thread Starter***

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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Chiefs Stats Leaders:


    Offense:
    Passing:
    Alex Smith

    145-250 for 1570 yds, 7 tds, 4 ints, QBR---79.3

    Receiving:
    Donnie Avery

    21 rec, 343 yds, 1 td

    Rushing:
    Jamaal Charles

    135 carries for 561 yds, 4.2 ypc, 6 td


    Defense:
    Tackles:
    Derrick Johnson

    49 tackles (44 solo) 3.5 sacks

    Sacks:
    Justin Houston

    10 sacks

    Interceptions:
    Quentin Demps

    3 ints


    Complete Team Stats
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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Browns Stats Leaders:
    Offense:
    Passing:
    Brandon Weeden (Not Starting)

    103-195 for 1154 yds, 5 tds, 6 int, QBR---66.5


    Receiving:
    Jordan Cameron

    45 catches for 515 yds, 6 tds


    Rushing:
    Willis McGahee

    70 carries for 203 yds, 2.9 ypc, 1 td



    Defense:
    Tackles:
    D'Qwell Jackson

    61 tackles (32 solo)


    Sacks:
    Desmond Bryant

    3.5 sacks


    Interceptions:
    T.J. Ward

    2 Int, 1 TD
    and Tashaun Gipson

    2 Int



    Complete Team Stats
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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Injury Reports

    Browns:
    Probable:
    Brandon Magee (LB)-Oblique
    Armonty Bryant (DE)-Shoulder
    Willis McGahee (RB)-Knee
    Christopher Owens (CB)-Finger
    Chris Ogbonnaya (RB)-Ribs
    Tank Carder (LB)-Neck

    Questionable:
    Billy Winn (DE)-Quadricep

    Doubtful:
    Quentin Groves (LB)-Ankle Doubtful


    Chiefs:
    Probable:
    Dezman Moses (LB)-Toe
    Jeff Allen (G)-Knee
    Ron Parker (CB)-Toe
    Anthony Fasano (TE)-Knee
    Derrick Johnson (LB)-Wrist
    Anthony Sherman (RB)-Knee

    Questionable:
    Kendrick Lewis (S)-Ankle
    Dwayne Bowe (WR)-Groin
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    Chiefs-Browns scouting report
    October 26

    When the Chiefs run
    EDGE >> BROWNS
    The Chiefs continue to put a big workload on running back Jamaal Charles, and he’s continued to thrive. But he still hasn’t broken a long run yet, and the offensive line, while largely good in the running game, has also been a little hit-or-miss at times. The Browns are going make it tough to pound away with interior linemen John Hughes, Ahtyba Rubin and Ishmaa’ily Kitchen and linebacker Paul Kruger. Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson has been a cinch to rack up 100 tackles on a yearly basis when healthy. Safety T.J. Ward has long been a willing hitter.

    When the Chiefs pass
    EDGE >> BROWNS
    Andy Reid has built an offense that plays to quarterback Alex Smith’s ability to make quick decisions and avoid turnovers, but the tradeoff has been an inability to consistently produce long passing plays. They’ve also allowed 18 sacks, which is about league average, but that could spell trouble against a Cleveland defense that is silently intimidating (20 sacks, tied for eighth-most in the league). Outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (1 1/2 sacks) can bring it in the pass rush, as can rookie Barkevious Mingo (three sacks) and defensive end Desmond Bryant (3 1/2 sacks). In the secondary, cornerback Joe Haden is one of the league’s best while Ward is beginning to flourish in pass coverage.

    When the Browns run
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Cleveland features one of the league’s worst running games, and its woes figure to continue against the Chiefs. Running back Willis McGahee’s 2.9 yards-per-carry average indicates the 32-year old may not have much juice left, which should be music to the ears of a front seven that features several strong run defenders, including the three interior linemen (Dontari Poe, Tyson Jackson and Mike DeVito).

    When the Browns pass
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    The Chiefs feature one of the most fearsome pass rushes in the league, but Cleveland could match up better in the trenches than most. Left tackle Joe Thomas is a stud, and center Alex Mack is sturdy. They’ll be tasked with blocking Tamba Hali and Poe, though Justin Houston could have a big day against right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. Quarterback Jason Campbell steps in for the ineffective Brandon Weeden and has some nice targets in receiver Josh Gordon and tight end Jordan Cameron. But the Chiefs’ secondary is a strength that works in tandem with the strong pass rush to form the league’s stingiest defense.

    Special teams
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Browns kicker Billy Cundiff has made 11 of 13 field-goal attempts (84.6). But Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop has been even better (12 of 14, 85.7), while Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt has established himself as one of the best in the league. He gets the edge over the largely unproven Spencer Lanning. Cleveland features a dynamic punt returner in Travis Benjamin, who returned a punt for a touchdown against the Chiefs last season and also has a punt-return touchdown this year. But the Chiefs’ Dexter McCluster also has a punt-return touchdown. Slight edge, overall, goes to the Chiefs.

    Coaching
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Browns coach Rob Chudzinski, in his first year as coach, has coaxed a 3-4 record out of a team that is clearly looking toward the future (as evidenced by the Trent Richardson trade). He also has offensive coordinator Norv Turner and defensive coordinator Ray Horton, both respected play callers. Even still, it’s hard to give an edge to the Browns. Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton has orchestrated an imposing unit, while Reid has been a breath of fresh air for his players. It seems like everything he has done so far has worked.

    X-factor
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    To win this game, Cleveland has to perform well defensively, but the unit does have a kryptonite the Chiefs and the coach Andy Reid might be able to exploit: the Browns’ opponents have converted 45 percent of their third-down attempts, a number that ranks 29th in the league. Unfortunately, the Chiefs aren’t very good at converting third downs (36 percent, 27th in the league), so this is a bit of a toss up, one that tentatively goes to Reid becausse of his pedigree as a play caller.

    Bottom line: Chiefs 24-13

    Cleveland’s defense is a little better than you might think, and the Browns have a few pieces along the offensive line to counter the Chiefs’ pass rush. But at the end of the day, it’s going to come down to whether or not Campbell can make enough plays in the passing game to keep the Chiefs honest. He’s a veteran who has had moments of competency in the league, but the chances of him leading to the Browns to victory in front of a raucous Arrowhead Stadium crowd seems far-fetched.
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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    Taking my kiddos to their first CHIEFS game!!!! Woohoo! Getting all emotional already. Memories folks! Go Chiefs!!!!

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    time for a Brown out by our D. let's see if they can do some more 3rd down and 48

    How the Chiefs forced a 3rd-and-48

    The Chiefs defense had their signature moment of the season today against the Raiders: forcing Oakland into a ridiculous 3rd down and 48.

    http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/1...020/3rd-and-48

    don't think i ever heard of 3-48. is that a record???
    trust but verify
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    GO CHIEFS!!!!
    Hope they finish the first half of the season in style.
    8-0 > Our 2nd pick next year.

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    Go Chiefs! Send the dawgs back to the pound with an L.

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