ChiefsCrowd.com – A Kansas City Chiefs Fansite

By Darin Gantt

As it turns out, it’s not just the feelings of Jamaal Charles that are hurt. B.J. Kissel of the Chiefs official website reports that Chiefs coach Andy Reid said his running back was dealing with knee and ankle issues as well. “He’s a bit tender today,” Reid said of Charles. That might explain the reduced…
Read more…

By Bike

It is becoming more apparent to me that Smith does not have the ability to improvise on the fly. If his first option is covered, he seemingly can’t pick out 2nd or 3rd reads that are open down field. He then holds on to the ball much too long and either gets sacked or runs (which works well at times). His inability to throw the ball downfield has allowed opposing defenses to stuff the box, and, well, you know the rest. I like Alex Smith, but a change may be in order to get this team to the next level. Read more…

By Michael David Smith

The Chiefs think the officials cost them the game Sunday in Arizona with some questionable calls, including a Travis Kelce fumble. But the NFL’s head of officiating says that was the right call. Dean Blandino said on NFL Network this morning that Kelce lost the ball before going to the ground, that he never re-gained…
Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Chiefs saw two key calls go against them in Sunday’s 17-14 loss to the Cardinals and running back Jamaal Charles wasn’t shy about pointing the finger in the direction of the officials after the game. An apparent touchdown pass to tight end Anthony Fasano was wiped out by an iffy offensive pass interference call…
Read more…

By jap1

For those of you who think we are out of the playoffs, you are dead wrong. If we win or next 3, there is no way we don’t get in with at least the 6th seed. I’ve tried to run all scenarios, and I can’t find one where we don’t get in.

If we lose, then we need some miracles.

That having been said, with the way our ol has been playing, the next 3 games are going to be tough. Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

Arizona will keep the outright lead in the NFC West entering next Sunday’s pivotal matchup at Seattle. Overcoming a 14-6 halftime deficit, the Cardinals bulled their way to a 17-14 victory over the visiting Chiefs on Sunday. Now 10-3, Arizona remains one game ahead of 9-4 Seattle, which won at Philadelphia. Drew Stanton’s 26-yard third-quarter…
Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

One of the Cardinals’ starters in the secondary has suffered an injury to an Achilles tendon. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie sustained the left leg injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game vs. the Chiefs. He was carted inside, and the club has termed his return as questionable. The 30-year-old Cromartie is in his first season…
Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

First, the Cardinals got a break. Then, the Cardinals’ defense made a big play, and the offense responded in kind. As a result, Arizona has its first lead of the game over visiting Kansas City. After linebacker Alex Okafor’s leaping interception of quarterback Alex Smith, the Cardinals’ offense scored its first touchdown of the contest,…
Read more…