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Kansas City, Mo. -- The Cincinnati Bengals used a solid, workmanlike performance in winning their second consecutive game, this time beating the Kansas City Chiefs 28-6 at Arrowhead Stadium. The Bengals dominated the Chiefs, especially in the first half with three touchdowns and allowed Kansas City only a pair of field goals. The victory helped the Bengals move their record to 5-5 on the season, overcoming a 3-5 start with wins over the Giants and Chiefs. The Chiefs have lost seven games in a row and dropped to 1-9. The stadium was only half-full for the start of the game and a majority of those fans wore black as part of an organized protest against the way the team is being operated by owner Clark Hunt and general manager Scott Pioli. Quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green, along with a stout defense that did not allow a Kansas City touchdown, were the heroes for the winners. Dalton threw for 230 yards, with two TD passes and he ran for another score. Green ...
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A Kansas City Chiefs fan's obituary claimed his death was caused by the team. Read the funny entry here.
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AJ Green of the Cincinati Bengals made an unbelievable one-handed grab while somehow keeping his feet inbounds for a touchdown during the first quarter of their match-up against the Kansas City Chiefs. The touchdown put the Bengals up 7-3 early in the game, and the grab will surely be on everyone’s highlight reel for the forseeable future. The catch was AJ’s 9th straight...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Cincinnati Bengals are back to eyeing the playoffs.
The Kansas City Chiefs are looking forward to the end of the season.
Andy Dalton threw for 230 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, A.J. Green caught a touchdown pass in his ninth straight game and the Bengals beat the woeful Chiefs 28-6 on Sunday.
Green finished with six catches for 91 yards...
The Bengals had been written off just two weeks ago, when they were slogging their way through four straight losses that had cynics everywhere saying same `ol Cincy.
How things can change after just a couple of victories.
The first came against the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, the kind of win that causes people to start paying attention. The second came Sunday, a 28-6 rout...
The Kansas City Chiefs are in midst of one of the worst seasons in the organizations history, and it may have been all that a local man could take. Loren G “Sam” Lickteig, passed away at the age of 81, due to complications of MS. Well, that and the Chiefs, at least according to his [...]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Chiefs, and their fans, seemingly have nothing left to get mad about.
Instead, an eerie silence cast over the in-house crowd of about 50,000 fans at Arrowhead Stadium for most of Sunday afternoon's Chiefs-Bengals game, won handily and rather uneventfully by the Bengals, 28-6.
Obviously, Chiefs fans had virtually nothing to cheer about, just two short Ryan...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel laid out for his team Monday exactly what it will take to end their seven-game losing streak and then questioned whether the solution is even possible.
"We know we have to fight. We have to do everything in our power to be the best we can be, to be perfect," he said during a break in meetings. "That's what I told...
Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe left Sunday's game in the second quarter with a head injury. His return is doubtful.Fantasy Spin:Bowe landed on his head and went to the locker room. When he returned he didn't have his helmet with him, a pretty sure sign that he's not retuning anytime soon.
The Kansas City Chiefs' play on the field leaves much to be desired but who knew that rooting for the team was deadly? That was the case for one Loren "Sam" Lickteig whose recent obitiuary cast some of the blame for his death at the Chiefs' feet.
I always say, "If you're gonna go, might as well take some people out with ya," and it looks...
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe left yesterday’s
game against the Cincinnati Bengals with a neck injury, reports the Associated Press.
Bowe sustained the injury when he landed hard on the turf
after leaping to make a catch. He was checked by trainers on the sidelines, hit
the locker room for further evaluation and ultimately returned to the bench
without his helmet...
After another embarrassing home loss by the Kansas City Chiefs that featured a lackluster crowd wearing more black than red in the stands, I’m ready to give in to the fact that all the blame for the teams 1-9 record can’t be placed at the feet of General Manager, Scott Pioli.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Loren "Sam" Lickteig led a fulfilling life -- a loving wife and family, a stint in the Air Force, a career as a real estate broker and a spell on the city council. But in passing, he's now become a part of Kansas City Chiefs lore.
"Oh, he would've loved it," Lickteig's son, Jake, told FOXSportsKansasCity.com when asked about his...