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Larry Brown Sports:
Referee Terry McAulay might be a little confused about which team Andy Reid coaches. Reid successfully challenged the spot of a first down during his Kansas City Chiefs’ 31-7 win over the New York Giants on Sunday. The challenge reversed a first down and gave the Giants a 4th and 1. The Giants elected to […]
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The Kansas City Chiefs are making it look easy this season. The defense is stopping everything they can and the offense is getting better every week. Andy Reid have thought he was going to have this kind of success so early in Kansas City. Once he landed his quarterback, I think the Chiefs were off and running and weren’t going to look back. Alex Smith continues to make some ...
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The Kansas City Chiefs are one season after a 2-14 campaign that cost the team their coach and general manager their jobs. However, they are 4-0 after drubbing the New York Giants 31-7 on Sunday.
The emerging Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) were clinging to a three-point lead late in the third quarter of their Week 4 contest against the winless New York Giants (0-4) until fourth-year wide receiver and special teams stud Dexter McCluster broke loose for a game-changing 89-yard touchdown on a punt return that featured a few cutbacks, an elusive spin move and a stellar burst of...
Kansas City Chiefs kick returner Dexter McCluster had a quite madden-esq 89-yard punt return late in the third quarter during their victory over the now 0-4 New York Giants. “Human Joystick, Part 2,” receiver Dwayne Bowe called him, eluding to former Chiefs return specialist Dante Hall. “We were actually moving on the sideline with him as he was juking and making defenders...
The New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs meet in a match-up of teams with opposite records.
Few would have thought that the Giants would enter this game 0-3, even less would have envisioned the Chiefs as 3-0 under new coach Andy Reid.
FOX will have coverage of this game beginning at 1:00 pm ET (12:00 pm CT) from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO
The Odds: The Kansas City Chief...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Yeah, well, the Kansas City Chiefs haven't played anybody, your buddy says. And he's right.
The New York Giants (0-4) are a walking house fire, and now defensive end Justin Tuck is threatening to slug someone. The Dallas Cowboys (2-2) are the best of the bunch, and they just spent three hours playing patty-cake with Antonio Gates instead of actually,...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- And sometimes, games just get ... weird. The Chiefs' two longest drives of Week 4 led to their first two touchdowns. They had the ball twice in New York Giants territory in the middle of the game thanks to timely, gift turnovers only to ... turn the ball right back over a few plays later and come away with nada to show for it. The hosts strung together their...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Eric Fisher, the overall No. 1 draft pick last spring, is questionable to return to Sunday's game with the New York Giants with a head injury.The team gave no other details.Giants cornerback and special teams regular Jayron Hosley was sidelined with a hamstring and won't return.Earlier, Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt returned...
Victor Cruz has his money, his McDonald’s wings, and a cool salsa dance for the fans after smoking Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson for a 68 yard touchdown.
Cruz beat Robinson so bad on the route, Dunta did the infamous hamstring grab.
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With Kansas City leading New York 10-7 in the third quarter on Sunday, Chiefs running back Dexter McCluster returned a punt 89 yards for a touchdown.
I know it may be low on the priority list for the winless New York Giants but maybe someone should look at the Special Teams play.
The Chiefs Dexter McCluster just embarrassed them with this return for a touchdown.
McCluster put on some sick moves and got some great blocks but just because you fall to the ground doesn’t mean you attempted to tackle someone, New York Giants.
If the Kansas City Chiefs are going to end the first quarter of their 2013 season with a perfect 4-0 record, they better play their best game to date against the wounded and angry New York Giants. So who must stand out today at Arrowhead, how about these four men?
It's hard to believe that the Kansas City Chiefs after their 31-7 victory over the New York Giants are 4-0. The question now is how did this 2-14 franchise get here and how long can the winning last in the heartland?
In a game that featured a undefeated team versus a winless team as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the New York Giants 31-7. A close game through three quarters, the Chiefs ran away with the lead in the final period; leaving the Giants 0-4 on the season. So what were the reasons for the Giants’ loss? Here are your Goats and Greats for the Week 4 meeting at Arrowhead Stadium.