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It’s unfortunate, but not exactly unexpected.  The Chiefs came out and laid another egg today at Arrowhead Stadium.  Matt Cassel led the charge with 3 interceptions.

that’s my rant for the day….i miss kyle orton and what could have been if he was our qb..matt cassel is like beating a dead :beat_DeadHorse:
I have 2 free tickets for today’s game featuring the KC Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers. I am giving them away to one lucky member.

To be eligible, you must be a member and express your interest in the tickets by posting in this thread. The winner will be the person who has contributed the most to this site in the past in terms of posts. Post counts will be based on your total posts prior to today(no need to spam). If there is a tie, the winner will be the person who has been a member the longest.

The winner will be selected between 9:30am – 10:30am(EST).

Please do not reply if you already have tickets or have one tickets from before.
Section: 342
Seats: 5,6


That won’t be good! He better play!!!

"1. Attention, fantasy owners: Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (groin) was added to the injury report during the week and is questionable to play against the San Diego Chargers. Wideout Steve Breaston (knee) also is questionable. Both sound somewhat likely to play. That’s not true for Chiefs backup running back Peyton Hillis (ankle, doubtful) and tight end Kevin Boss (head, out.)"

Nineteen things to know about Week 4's injury report –

I searched around the internet, but can’t seem to find anything. I read a a couple weeks ago he would be ready for the Chargers game. Has anyone heard anything? It would be great to have him back.
Let’s just say, Houston is morphing into a premier pass rusher in this league.

"Chiefs OLB Justin Houston’s 9.5 sacks since Week 13 of last season are tied with Jared Allen and DeMarcus Ware for the NFL lead.

It’s obviously heady company. Houston already has four sacks this season after taking down Drew Brees three times last week. "Physically, he’s an absolute freak," teammate Tamba Hali said. "I think Justin is learning how to go about the technique. … The kid is good."