Found October 05, 2012 on
Is there any doubt left in the minds of Chiefs fans everywhere what needs to happen next? The Chiefs must move on from Matt Cassel FAST.This may sound a bit harsh, considering the Chiefs as a team and organization all stink right now, but Matt Cassel is the main reason the Chiefs are a losing franchise. I say that with some reservations, not because of any doubt that it's true, but because I generally like Cassel overall. He's a fiery leader, he's willing to stick his head into a play to block when needed, he plays hurt and seems to be a very tough dude overall. He just happens to be a lousy quarterback.I think Cassel could potentially serve as an upper-tier backup QB somewhere, but this nonsense of putting an organization's (and fan base's) faith in him as a leader to the promised land has got to stop.First things first: Cassel throws the single ugliest ball out of any NFL QB (that's right, I'm including Tebow in that argument). Sure, the league is riddl...
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"I'm not the type of player that looks over his shoulder," Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel said this week. In Kansas City and among Chiefs fans everywhere, he doesn't have to look over his shoulder to know they are angry and demanding his job. He can hear that, even if he doesn't watch TV or listen to sports talk radio. The 2012 season was the year where...
Kansas Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe is in the last year of his contract and the Chiefs have to pay da man. Bowe has been a volatile wide receiver in the franchise’s history, but he has been extremely productive with 39 touchdowns in less than 6 seasons with three thousand yard seasons. Bowe has been one of the biggest bright spots for a struggling franchise over the years...
Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl outside linebacker Tamba Hali is off to a slow start.
Hali has only produced nine tackles and one sack this season since returning from a one-game suspension for violating the NFL substance-abuse policy, the Ravens haven't forgotten how much trouble he gave them during a 30-7 AFC wild-card playoff victory over the Chiefs two seasons ago.
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According to NBC 3 in Kansas City, a Chiefs fan plans on having a banner fly over Arrowhead Stadium to voice his dissatisfaction with his favorite team.
“We are not just losing, we are just getting demolished left and right,” said Eric, who didn’t want his last name released.
The message that will fly over the stadium will read–“We deserve...
Ravens @ Chiefs
Sunday – 10/7/12
This Sunday at 1:00pm the 3-1 Ravens roll into Arrow Head Stadium in Kansas City to take on a struggling 1-3 Chiefs team. Baltimore leads the all-time series between the two with a 3-2 record. Their last meeting ended in a 30-7 beat down in the 2011 playoffs with the Ravens being the victor in that contest. Kansas City is 0-2 at home...
Defensive end Glen Dorsey (calf) and running back Peyton Hillis (ankle) have been ruled out of the Kansas City Chiefs' home game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. "He’s got a muscle strain," head coach Romeo Crennel said of Dorsey. "He's trying to work through it, and it’s getting better. But it won't be this week."
Read what Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and OLB Tamba Hali had to say about the Ravens to the Baltimore media on Wednesday.
According to TMZ, Former Kansas City Chiefs runningback Larry Johnson has been arrested in Las Vegas and accused of strangling a person. Obviously, Johnson ignored the advice of former Chiefs head coach Dick Vermeil who in 2004 told him to “take of the diapers”. Johnson has been arrested four times since 2003 and remains a reminder
With a quarter-season now in the books, the Ravens sit at 3-1, right where any team wants to be after the first four game stretch of the regular season. Some argue that without the bad offensive pass interference call on Jacoby Jones against the Eagles, the team would be 4-0. However, we should also note that the poorly officiated Patriots game, in which the Ravens escaped by...
Baltimore Ravens (3-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-3)
I ranked the Ravens ranked 3rd in my Power Rankings and called them the 2nd best team in the AFC behind Houston because of the head-to-head win over New England and their superior yards per play differential over New England. I think that New England and Baltimore are both going to finish around 12-4 and with Houston likely to win...
This Sunday the Baltimore Ravens travel to Kansas City looking for their first road win of the season when they take on a struggling Chiefs team. The Chiefs come into the game having lost three of their first four games, where as the Ravens have won three of their first four, with their only road [...]
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The Ravens are 3-1 coming off 10 days rest while the struggling Chiefs are 1-3. Can you spell "Trap Game" ?I think coach Harbaugh is able to get his team in the "proper focus" frame of mind...and to avoid getting trapped into looking past the struggling Chiefs.The Ravens will try to again make things difficult for Matt Cassel, whose turnovers have been one...