Found November 01, 2012 on Fox Sports:
For Harmon rankings: QB , RB , WR Did you curse your television when Dwayne Bowe fumbled near the San Diego red zone last night? That was a pretty good drive for the Chiefs, and they were finally showing some life. That turnover was symbolic of everything that has beset the efforts of this Kansas City squad all year. Even on well-thrown passes (completed, in this case), bad things are happening. Just look at the ball that deflected off of Dexter McCluster's hands and was returned for a touchdown. It's a snowball that rolls downhill into a weapon of destruction. I'm glad I wasn't one of the pundits that drank the Kansas City Kool-Aid. Oh, wait. I sipped it, too. Romeo. Romero. Wherefore art thou discipline, Romeo? Sigh. Let's get into the remaining 13 matchups in this week's wide receiver edition of "Lineup Calls." Heroes (Exclude Calvin Johnson, A.J. Green, Brandon Marshall, Victor Cruz, Mike Wallace, Percy Harvin, Marques Colston, Roddy White...
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