Found December 16, 2012 on The Jaggernaut:
The Jaguars dropped yet another game in what has become an abysmal season. Still, the silver lining is that the Jaguars are still in the running for the first overall pick of next April's draft. It's in that spirit that I bring you the Chiefs, Raiders open thread. I'll comment as I keep an eye on the Chiefs. We're all big Kansas City fans now. Comments and thoughts below. Feel free to join in.
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