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By matthewschiefs

So now that the season has once again ended in heartbreak looking back at some funner times and for the purpose of discussion Lets talk about some old Chiefs players that you feel don’t get enough credit are have gone underrated in your opinion

While watching an old game on youtube one came to my mind and inspired this thread

WR #82 Derrick Alexander. Man that guy in a time when the Chiefs were not known to be a real high scoring team really had some nice seasons. In fact, he holds the Chiefs record for receiving yards in a Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Cleveland Browns


JANUARY 10, 2018 03:01 PM
The Chiefs are losing a handful of members from their football operations staff. College scouting coordinator Dan Zegers, pro scout Jim Noel and area scout Matt Donahoe are all joining former Chiefs general manager John Dorsey in Cleveland, the Browns announced Wednesday.
All three originally joined the Chiefs’ staff under Dorsey, who was hired before the 2013 season and relieved of his duties last summer. The Chiefs were 43-21 in the regular season during his time in Kansas City.
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By ctchiefsfan

Has any other coach than Reid who has never won a Super Bowl ever seen 2 of his assistants hired as head coaches in 5 years? I mean….the Patriots get poached all the time but it’s not really a shock. Just seems weird to me that so many teams seem to think that working as a coordinator for Reid for a few years is like having a graduate degree in coaching. Read more…

By Charean Williams

The Chiefs made it official, promoting running backs coach Eric Bieniemy to offensive coordinator. “I’ve known Eric a long time, both as a player and a coach,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said, via quotes distributed by the team. “He’s done a phenomenal job with our running backs and has been involved in every aspect of [more]
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By Mike Florio

After the Chiefs blew a 21-3 lead in a game during which Matt Nagy called all of the offensive plays, leaving Nagy “numb,” the Bears offered to delay by a day or two his interview, in order to allow him to process the disappointing end to his team’s season. When presented with that opportunity, Nagy [more]
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