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By Mike Florio

As Broncos receiver Bennie Fowler was sprinting with the football on a 76-yard catch and run late in regulation on Sunday night against the Chiefs, Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy was saying that Fowler should go down. The reason was simple: The Broncos led the Chiefs, 17-16, the Chiefs had just used their last…
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By matthewschiefs

WOW Don’t know what to say. That’s about as close as you can get. The Chiefs found a way to win.

1. Offense Got to give it up to you guys for stepping up at the end of the game. Many times in the past they have been close but failed to get it done. Tonight they didn’t take that and they went out and WON THE FREAKING FOOTBALL GAME. Alex,Kelce were both huge and Hill continues to show that he can be a real weapon.

2. For the first 3 quarters if you want my thoughts on Andy I Read more…

By Darin Gantt

For the part of Sunday Night Football which happened during that time we called “Sunday,” the Broncos and Chiefs played a brilliant defensive game. Then, a pair of quarterbacks played the kind of football we weren’t expecting, for a result we weren’t expecting. While Denver’s Trevor Siemian played better and had the better stat line,…
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By ctchiefsfan

Kcman…a few days ago you said you had a “feeling” about this game. Sometimes I get ‘feelings” about games but I never did for this one. YOU NAILED IT MAN!!!!! ?DAMNED GOOD STUFF!!!! Don’t you dare sell that crystal ball you have!!! Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

He is the first player since Gale Sayers in 1965 to have a return touchdown, rushing touchdown and receiving touchdown. Game Ball to you kid Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs hadn’t done anything all night offensively. And at the last moment, they did just enough. Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith put together an impressive drive late in regulation, hitting Tyreek Hill for a touchdown and Demetrius Harris for the two-point conversion, tying it 24-24. Both defenses took turns whaling on each other, but quarterbacks…
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