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Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers told the media that he plans on playing this in tomorrow’s match up with the Bills.
RT @adamteicher: Brandon Flowers says he will play Sunday against bills
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 14, 2012
The Chiefs secondary really struggled last week against the Falcons. They could use Flowers back in the line up.
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Kansas City starting cornerback Brandon Flowers is active for the Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
Flowers missed the team's season-opening loss to Atlanta last week because of a right heel injury.
The Chiefs also welcomed back pro Bowl linebacker Tamba Hali, who missed the Falcons game because of a league-mandated suspension.
Safety Kendrick Lewis (right shoulder...
When Brandon Flowers went down at training camp with what looked at the time to be a serious injury, Chiefs fans every where held their breath, hoping against hope that he’d simply miss a few practices, perhaps a pre-season game, and then come back ready to play in week one.
Then after the first game for Kansas City came and went last Sunday against Atlanta, with no Flowers on...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. A bizarre and tragic Friday unfolded, at least peripherally, for Kansas City's two major sports franchises.
First, shortly after 2 p.m. and before the Royals were to play host to the Angels at Kauffman Stadium, a gunman shot a female parking lot attendant in parking lot A, east of the stadium. The gunman then returned to his car and shot and killed himself...
With his sixth season in the NFL now underway, Dwayne Bowe has clearly established himself as one of the top players in the league at his position, topping 70 receptions every year, aside from 2009. A former standout at LSU, Bowe is playing out the remainder of this year on his franchise tag tender and will undoubtedly command a significant amount of money on the open market if...
Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel reached 300 yards in a game for the first time since 2010 Sunday in a blowout loss versus Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Obviously most of the yardage came in garbage time with the Bills already up by 20 so take Cassel's gaudy numbers with a grain of salt. He still struggled with completion percentage (54.8 percent for the game) and his QB rating for...
Kansas City tight end Kevin Boss has taken a shot to the head following a second-quarter catch and will not return to Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
After catching a 29-yard pass from Matt Cassel, Boss was falling down when Buffalo's Da'Norris Searcy's forearm hit the back of Boss' head. The receiver's head then hit the ground hard.
Kansas City Chiefs @ Buffalo BillsKansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs come off a thorough pasting at the hands of the full throttle passing game of the Atlanta Falcons; but wait, there’s hope! The only team that allowed significantly more points last week was the Buffalo Bills, so if there’s any game that Matt Cassel and company can bounce back in, it would be against this defense...
“Lifeless” would be the best word to describe the Kansas City Chiefs in Buffalo today.Sure C.J. Spiller is a fine running back, and has some elusiveness but the Chiefs made him look better than he is today. In Pittsburgh former Chiefs head coach, Todd Haley, had to enjoy keeping an eye on this game.While the Steelers prepared to face the Jets today, I am sure hot head Todd,...
In back-to-back NFL seasons, the Buffalo Bills have had their way with the Kansas City Chiefs. Even more insulting is the fact they crushed them both times at Arrowhead Stadium. Now the Chiefs get a chance to return the favor with their first road contest of 2012.
Week 2 gives NFL fans a very interesting matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Kansa City Chiefs.These were two teams who were picked by many experts, myself included as playoff sleepers in the preseason and who were both on the wrong side of blowouts in Week 1.The Bills’ “new look” defense was completely humiliated by a New York Jets' offense that failed to score a touchdown...
In the aftermath of their second consecutive double-digit loss, the Kansas City Chiefs did have some positives that came out of Sunday’s loss.
Welcome to Week 2 of True or False. Before we look at this week’s questions, here is a look at the current standings.
Mike Straw: 4-1
Michael Bundt: 4-1
Brandon Hess: 3-2
Ryan Talbot: 2-3
Clearly I wanted to give the other writers a head start in this new weekly feature. This week Michael Bundt, Brandon Hess, Rob Quinn, and I answer this week’s questions.
1. Eric Berry will take...
With two games in the books on the 2012 season, the Kansas City Chiefs are showing they’re far from the team many felt defensively they’d be at this stage of the season. So who gets the blame?