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By Darin Gantt

The Steelers practice squad is becoming the place to go for contenders looking for defensive line depth. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Chiefs are signing 2013 seventh-rounder Nick Williams away from the Steelers today. The former Samford product spent last year on injured reserve, and was on the practice squad this…
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By Bike

Round 1. Dee Ford – D- – Looked good vs rams – not so good vs 49er’s. Haven’t seen him much since. 3 tackles.
Round 3. Phillip Gaines – C – Had a good game vs bolts, Kinda small at 185. 15 tackles.
Round 4. DAT – A- – A steal in the 4th round.
Round 5. Aaron Murray – ? – Haven’t seen him play.
Round 6. Zach Fulton – C- – Started all 11 games, 27 sacks allowed. Solid, but slow off the snap.
Round 6. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif – ? – Inactive for most of the season.

All in all, I give this draft Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

As was the case when the clubs met in September, the Broncos are favored over the Chiefs next Sunday night. However, the Broncos aren’t favored by much. Several Las Vegas sports books have installed 8-3 Denver as a 1- to 1.5-point favorite at Kansas City. If the line holds, it will be the 10th time…
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By Bike

It’s time I put the faders loss behind me. Reid had a short time to prep for that game, and most here know that Reid is at his best when he has some space between games. There is no doubt in my mind that this team will be ready for the donks at Arrowhead. They got us, bills, bolts, and cincy, faders next 5 games – all very loseable. Bolts have it even tougher, with ravens, pats, donks, 49ers, and THE CHIEFS. CHIEFS can still win this division! GO CHIEFS! Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Hey guys I may have a stupid question, given the run first offence we have even if we drafted 2 or 3 receivers do you think the playbook would be changed to use them or would it stay the same. Because I just had that fear. Read more…

By ctchiefsfan

I’m not very good with the intricacies of tie-breakers. So here is the question.

I know that the first tie-breaker is head to head competition. But does that just apply to head to head W/L record or does it also apply to points scored? In other words, if we beat the donks by 8 or more points on November 30 and wound up with the same record at the end of the regular season, would we then hold the first tie-breaker? Read more…