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By Mike Florio

Mike Vick will start at quarterback for the Jets on Sunday. Unless he doesn’t. Or, more accurately, unless the G.M. and/or owner say he doesn’t. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that Vick will supplant starter Geno Smith, barring a power play by General Manager John Idzik or owner Woody Johnson. Since…
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By matthewschiefs

Ok so maybe there isn’t that much demand for a Geno thread but it’s a very valid topic this week as the Chiefs and jets are set to face off this Sunday.

So with the questions of who the Jets are going to be starting at QB who does everyone want to see there are pros and cons to both
PRO facing
Geno Lets face it he has struggled. He hasn’t shown that he is going to become a franchise QB at any point. And has to be lacking in confidence right now

Vick Hasn’t looked any better then Read more…

By matthewschiefs

Teams that the Chiefs have beaten have better then .500 currently.

This team might not be 7-0 at this point like they were a year ago but they are CLEARLY ahead of where they were at this time last year on the field. The season hasn’t been nearly as hard to get through as many including myself thought. The biggest knock against the Chiefs a year ago was they couldn’t beat teams over .500 well now they are doing that 3-2 against teams with a .500 record or better Read more…

By Mike Florio

Ten days after Jets quarterback Geno Smith had an encouraging performance in a close loss, he had a miserable performance in a blowout loss. To make matters worse for Smith, who was yanked after throwing three first-quarterback interceptions, he has a shoulder injury. X-rays were taken after the game, and coach Rex Ryan will provide…
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By Michael David Smith

There’s no doubt about the best football team in the state of Missouri. The Kansas City Chiefs made it look easy against the St. Louis Rams today, falling behind 7-0 early but rolling for the rest of the game on the way to a 34-7 win. Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles scored two touchdowns and…
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By Josh Alper

There was some hope this week that the Chiefs would get safety Eric Berry back in the lineup after he practiced all three days and was listed as questionable. Things didn’t go his way on Sunday, however. Berry is inactive again this week because of a high ankle sprain, which makes it five straight games…
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