Found September 17, 2012 on
Well Chief fans, Here you have it, Last years chiefs have arrived, except this time ALL their players are healthy!
In week 1 you atleast had the excuse that Tamba hali was suspended and Brandon Flowers was not playing! Well whats the excuse this week? That Defense on the field on Sunday was SAD.
Chiefs Cant Run the ball. Matt Cassel Cant throw the ball, Jon Baldwin cant find the field, Romeo cant Coach and Coordinate at the same time, Pioli Cant Manage, Defense cant Tackle, Hunt cant spend!, Fans cant be Happy!
Bob Fescoe of 610 Sports said The Chiefs Are "An embarrassing Sucking train Wreck of a Football team!" The players need to play Like a MAN!! "PERFORM LIKE YOU CARE" , "ADMIT THAT YOU SUCK" and I couldnt agree anymore! you can listen to his rant on the chiefs here at this link http://www.61sports.com/topic/play_window.php?audioType=Episode&audioId=6035695 The way Fescoe Feels is the Way EVERY CHIEF FAN SHOULD FEEL!!
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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...
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.
(Eds: Incorporates FBN--Chiefs-Charles. With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer The running game has disappeared. Matt Cassel looks completely lost. The defense has struggled to stop anybody, and even the special teams are looking anything but special.
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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.
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In this short post I go over the Sit ‘em & Start ‘em pick that I made before the weekend, I give a list of players who had breakout games and could be worth a waiver wire pickup. Get a hold of me on Twitter: @Blackie_Mike
Cassel was one of just a few players who came threw for me in week two by throwing for 300 yards against the Bills.
Matt Cassel: 301 yards...