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By Zuijyn

Hello, fellow fans my name is Jason. Three of my good friends and I are flying from Portland, Oregon to MCI to attend my first Chiefs game. We’re looking for a welcome tailgate and will gladly contribute financially to our share. My buddies are all from the Northwest but I grew up in Sedalia before moving to be closer to some family. Been a Chiefs fan from my first memory and am just looking to have a memorable first NFL game. The Royals were my first MLG game so I had to make sure the Chiefs were my first in-person Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Jets had a few days off after beating the Bills last Thursday night, but they got back to work on Monday. Most of them, anyway. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall was not on the practice field with his teammates. Marshall hurt his knee during the win over the Bills when he was dragged down awkwardly by…
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By Mike Florio

After Jets receiver Brandon Marshall fell awkwardly on Thursday night while being tackled by his facemask, he appeared to be anything but fine. On Friday, coach Todd Bowles declared that Marshall is indeed “fine.” But Marshall may not be entirely fine. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, and as noted during Sunday’s Football…
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By matthewschiefs

Sometimes in sports motivation plays a big role.

As I stated early in the week I feared that would be the case in this game and it was.

While JJ and Hopkins were making plays. Maclin was dropping balls. The Line was allowing guys to come unblocked and Alex wasn’t nearly at his best. And that’s the story of this game. The Texans wanted it more and they took it.

There is some good news of course.

The defense was much better than they were a week ago. They kept the Chiefs in the game by a thread to the Read more…

By Frankenchief

Not in any particular order:

1- We walked into a hornets’ nest. Is anyone surprised? These guys were swept, and embarrassed by us in the playoffs last year. They had this game marked on the calendar.

2- A good indication of the above was their D. Historically Romeo’s defensive philosophy has been bend-but-don’t-break. Today they were aggressive, swarming, and especially attacking the ball. BTW, they have very very good players on D. JJ Watt was his old self, but beside him there are a couple of them who would nicely fill our holes in our D to make us a Super Bowl Read more…