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By Josh Alper

It’s rare that a week of games in a NFL season goes by without at least one player getting caught on camera in the middle of an emotional outburst on the sideline. Teams handle those moments different ways. Sometimes they make a big deal about it and the need for players to find a different [more]
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By Darin Gantt

Perhaps the secret to unleashing the best of Alex Smith isn’t trading a future first-rounder to draft his replacement. Perhaps it’s just letting him be Alex Smith. The Chiefs quarterback continued his quest to kill the tired old stereotype of being a game-manager (as if that’s a horrible slur) with another exciting performance in Kansas [more]
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By matthewschiefs

1.I’ve got to start with ALEX FING SMITH. It needs to be said HE IS THE MVP right now. Yes Hunt has been great as well. But there have been times early on when the run game has been stuffed and he still lead us to scores. Hunt has been the closer for sure. But Alex has been more throughout the entire game tonight’s game shows just how far this offense has come. In the past when we have been in 3rd and long you might as well just run the punter on. Tonight he just keep the chains moving Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Texans are trying to keep things close, and they’re relying on some young players on offense to do so. They just cut the Chiefs lead to 16-7 just before halftime, with rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson hitting DeAndre Hopkins for a touchdown. The play capped an impressive eight-play, 75-yard drive, which included a 25-yard run [more]
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By Darin Gantt

J.J. Watt is on his way to a hospital. In other news, the Chiefs are rolling. The Chiefs just took a 13-0 lead over the Texans on Alex Smith‘s touchdown pass to Charcandrick West, and it seems like they might pile more on. The Texans have lacked much in the way of energy after Watt [more]
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By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs just went on a long drive that ended with a field goal, but the story of this one so far has been injuries. Texans defensive end J.J. Watt had to be helped off the field, after athletic trainers were checking his left knee. The former defensive player of the year is being examined [more]
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By Darin Gantt

The Texans didn’t need any more bad news, but they got what could be a crushing blow to a team and a city. Defensive end J.J. Watt has already been ruled out for the rest of the night with a left knee injury. Watt had to be helped off the field, and was carted to [more]
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