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By matthewschiefs

1. Offense will get 2 different parts. As it was a tail of two halves. 1st half is what this offense NEEDS to be. They were moving the ball at will. Less screens moved the ball downfield and controlled the game. That with our defense is going to win a lot of games and a lot of BIG GAMES

2. Offense in the 2nd half not so much. What the hell happened during half time. Who was that at QB the first couple of drives. That was not the Alex Smith we see most the time. And not the one Read more…

By Zac Jackson

Chiefs Coach Andy Reid told reporters after Thursday night’s 21-13 win over the Raiders that Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon and is done for the season. “It’s a sad deal,” Reid said. Johnson, 34, has played his entire career with the Chiefs and will be missed on and off the field.…
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By Zac Jackson

The Raiders started the third quarter by forcing two turnovers, and they feel they should be closer than they are. Two turnovers only led to three points, and the Chiefs lead midway through the third quarter, 21-13. Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 33-yard field goal after a T.J. Carrie interception to start the second half. Raiders…
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By Zac Jackson

The Raiders showed some life late in the first half, and it’s a good thing they did. Thursday night’s game was on the verge of getting really ugly. The Chiefs dominated for much of the first half, and at halftime they hold a 21-10 lead. The Raiders trimmed the lead on a Latavius Murray touchdown…
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By Zac Jackson

A 36-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith to Tyreek Hill early in the second quarter gave the Chiefs a 7-3 lead on the Raiders. After a quick stop the Chiefs drove again with big passes to Travis Kelce and Chris Conley to set up a Charcandrick West touchdown run and make it 14-3. Smith is…
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By Zac Jackson

It’s cold in Kansas City, and Thursday night’s Chiefs-Raiders game is off to a strange start. After a puzzling challenge by the Chiefs and then an automatic turnover review two plays later, the Raiders kept the ball — the original call was a catch and fumble by Amari Cooper — and then got a 44-yard…
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