Found October 05, 2012 on
Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots
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 a point, could have gone New England’s way. And, even the Browns game would have become interesting if Cleveland wide receiver Greg Little didn’t do what Greg Little does, by dropping a beautiful would-be touchdown pass from Brandon Weeden in the 4th quarter. So 3-1 could be 4-0 sure… or 2-2… or 1-3 with a few more bad bounces. Every NFL team is made up of the world’s best athletes and anything can happen when two pro teams strap on the pads and hit the trenches. The Ravens typically excel over the course of a season because they are able to out-perform the majority of the league in as many of the controll...
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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...
The Chiefs will be without one of their tight ends for the remainder of the season. Kansas City placed Kevin Boss on the Injured Reserve list and do not expect him to be cleared to play again this season. Boss will miss the team's final 12 regular season games after missing the last two.
According to Dan Hanzus of NFL.com, Boss suffered a concussion in week two and...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Chiefs have put tight end Kevin Boss on injured reserve after doctors determined they would not clear him to play this season following a head injury sustained in Week 2.
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel announced the move Wednesday, along with the signing of former Rams linebacker Bryan Kehl to provide some depth on defense.
Boss signed a 9 million, three-year...
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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 better...
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...
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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Ravens safety Ed Reed is playing at a high level this year, despite being 34 years old. He's also tutoring his teammates in the game of football when needed.
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Many have been asking all week which team in the NFL is the worst and the Kansas City Chiefs may be declared your winners once you realize how horrid they have been outside of their lone victory over New Orleans.
There are three other...
The Ravens are well rested after 10 days off. That also means extra preparation by the coaching staff for their game Sunday afternoon against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Joe Flacco has been playing at a high level and that should continue against a banged up Chiefs defense. Flacco will pick on the Chiefs’ secondary with speedsters Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones.
Additionally, Ray Rice...
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...
One of the most telling parts of the gameplan will be revealed to open the game. Those are almost always going to be scripted plays to try and set the tone for the whole game. This week, the Browns were pretty successful to open the game, at least for the first few plays as they grabbed a quick first down. Let’s see exactly what they did and what they might have been telegraphing...