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from the KC StarBowe has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Raiders in Oakland and is reportedly finished for the season. That being the case, he may have played his last game for the Chiefs. Bowe was playing this season on the one-year contract he signed last summer after being selected the team’s franchise player.Whether Bowe ever plays for the Chiefs again is an issue that will be settled after the season. For now, they’ll have to play against the Raiders without him.Read more here: Chiefs’ Bowe has broken ribs and is likely to be done for season –

who steps up here and does it matter with 3 games left???

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Cam Cameron has been fired and his team is 9 and 4 sitting atop the division yet Brian daboll is still the OC for arguably the worst offense in the league.

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I want the meanest, nastiest, most in your face coach out there. Someone who will make Haley look like sweet gentle grandmother. Someone who will make Lambardi look like a cream puff.

One thing we’ve learned this year is our players have ZERO self motivation. They’ve taken the year off under RC. To get anything out of them they need someone in their face 24/7.

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So the question that I have is whether our WRs other than Bowe are incapable of getting open, or are our QBs incapable of looking for someone other than Bowe.

When Bowe is out of the game or double teamed, the QBs dont seem to find anyone open. What is the deal?

I am guessing a little of both.

Sorry, title should read chicken OR the egg …

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7 Receptions for 74 yards in the entire 2012 season.

Contract: 5 yr(s) / $22,550,000
Signing Bonus:$5,000,000
End Year: 2015
Free Agent: 2016 / Unrestricted
Base Bonus Cap
2012: 2,050,000 2,500,000 4,550,000
2013: 3,800,000 1,200,000 5,000,000
2014: 3,000,000 2,200,000 5,200,000
2015: 4,100,000 2,200,000 6,300,000

Anyone know what the story is with this guy?

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I can’t feature this but Goodell and company are


Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday the NFL’s competition committee would consider in the offseason replacing the kickoff. The league previously had moved the kickoff from the 30- to 35-yard line to cut down on violent collisions.
Goodell and Rich McKay, the head of the league’s competition committee, discussed an idea brought up by Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano in which a team, instead of kicking off, would get the ball at its own 30-yard line in a fourth-and-15 situation. The team then would punt the ball away or, to replace an onside kick, could go for it and, if it failed to get a first down, the opposing squad would start with great field position.


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