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Tempers flared in Kansas City as Todd Haley continues to prove that he is who we thought he was. The legend of Megatron grows and the end of the undefeated era in the AFC. All these stories and more, below. More »
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Chiefs head coach Todd Haley has been called a lot of things in the media recently and few of those things have been positive. After the Chiefs' 22-17 victory over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, there is only one thing you can say about Haley: he's a good coach.
When all is said and done, we will look back to the five-minute mark of the second quarter, after Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel lamely spiked the ball on a third-and-goal at the 6-yard line and the Chiefs settled for another field goal, as the turning point.
Surely, the play -- and, more to the point, the play's fiery aftermath on the sidelines -- will be seen as...
If the Vikings offense pulled off their fourth quarter drive on Sunday, the sideline argument earlier in the game between Chiefs coach Todd Haley and quarterback Matt Cassel would be played up as a negative. Instead, it’s being seen as a turning point. Cassel stuck up for himself before fullback Le’Ron McClain separated the quarterback…
Talking to the news media on Monday, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel said he didn't really remember the specifics from Sunday's sideline exchange with head coach Todd Haley.
The Chiefs’ most recent triumph wouldn’t be viewed as perfect by anything short of a winless team desperate for any kind of victory. Even the Chiefs, after dissecting Sunday’s 22-17 win over Minnesota at Arrowhead Stadium, didn’t have difficulty finding the flaws. But, aside from the result, there are lessons that coach Todd Haley would like the Chiefs...