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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…
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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…
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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…
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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,…
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By Mike Wilkening

The first half of Chiefs-Cardinals was all about Jamaal Charles. Kansas City’s standout tailback scored the game’s first two touchdowns as the visiting Chiefs took a 14-6 lead after two quarters. Charles’ 63-yard first-quarter TD run got the ball rolling for the Chiefs, who have yet to trail. However, Charles would depart the game with…
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By Mike Wilkening

Chiefs tailback Jamaal Charles is questionable to re-enter Sunday’s game at Arizona with an ankle injury, the team announced on Twitter. Charles suffered the injury when bent backwards at the end of a first-quarter play. According to the CBS telecast, doctors were seen examining his left foot/ankle. After the first quarter, he headed inside to…
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By TopekaRoy

The Kansas City Chiefs (7-5)

at
The Arizona Cardinals (9-3)

Sunday, December 7, 3:05pm CST
at
University of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, Arizona

Television coverage:
CBS

Watch online:

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