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By Mike Florio

The Chiefs chased a 2-14 season in 2012 with an unlikely playoff berth. And that wasn’t the most unusual development in Andy Reid’s first season with the team. Up 38-10 in the second half of a wild-card playoff game against the Colts in Indianapolis, the Chiefs authored one of the all-time postseason collapses, losing 45-44.…
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By matthewschiefs

With camps opening this week I thought I would give my thoughts and expectations for the year. Many have stated that they are expecting the Chiefs to take a step backwards this season. And I would have to agree with that. However I don’t think they are going to take a huge step back. My expectations is this team to contend for a playoff spot but come up a bit short. I know some are thinking there goes homer matt again but let me outline my thinking here.

1. This teams BACKUPS nearly and some think DID beat a playoff Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

Here are PFT’s 2014 preseason power rankings as of Saturday. The top team will be unveiled on Tuesday, July 22. Click on the team name for an in-depth preview entering training camp: 7. Baltimore Ravens. (AFC rank: 3.) 8. Indianapolis Colts. (AFC rank: 4.) 9. Cincinnati Bengals. (AFC rank: 5.) 10. Carolina Panthers. (NFC rank:…
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By Darin Gantt

Alex Smith found a soft landing spot in Kansas City last year, and now he wants to call it home for a long time. The Chiefs quarterback told Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star that he wants to get an extension done, and the sooner the better. “I’d love to have it done,” Smith…
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By Mike Wilkening

On Friday, we’ll start counting down the top 10 teams in PFT’s preseason power rankings. In all, five NFC teams and five AFC clubs have landed in the final 10. To recap, here’s how we’ve ranked the clubs thus far, with a link to our team-by-team previews. Each club’s conference ranking is in parentheses: 11.…
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By: William Bruno

Not too long ago, if you were to listen to Mitch Holthus on The Kansas City Chiefs broadcast you would hear him yell “TOUCHDOWN, Kansas City Chiefs” which was quite often followed by, “TOUCHDOWN, Tony Gonzalez!!!” Since those days the Chiefs had tried to replace the talent that was lost at tight end, with no positive results. Could this be the turnaround season, to which the Chiefs find their next long-term tight end?

On the roster as of 6/30/14 the Chiefs have a total of five tight ends.

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By: Nathan Shellstein

Anyone who followed the Kansas City Chiefs last year understood that Jamaal Charles was the bulk of the offense. He figures to be a huge part again in 2014, but the team is hoping for a bit more help. Here is a look at the 3 best players after him as far as fantasy football 2014 is concerned.

Dwayne Bowe

There is a realistic chance that no player on the Kansas City Chiefs will go in the 1st 100 picks in fantasy football 2014 after Charles. However, if someone is able to sneak in, it would be Bowe. He will be the main receiving option for the Kansas City Chiefs and their passing game, but he is not consistent enough to join that top tier. There is still a chance that Andy Reid begins to use him more, but last year he failed to have more than 70 yards receiving in a single regular season game.
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