Found November 06, 2011 on
Kansas City handed Miami their first win of the season, and I do mean handed. Plays like this special teams gaffe made it a bit easier for the Dolphins to finally get in the win column.
Yeah, I'm all for trickery, but it has to be used at the right time, and done correctly. The Chiefs were at fourth and 11, meaning that holder Dustin Colquitt had little chance to sneak a first down in. It also would help if Colquitt could have gotten rid of the ball instead of running straight into Dolphins defender Karlos Dansby. The Chiefs lost two yards on the play, and the Dolphins used the field position to score on the next drive.
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Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson was the only player to utter what everyone must have been thinking Sunday afternoon: Kansas City's 31-3 loss to Miami looked awfully familiar.
It was only a couple months ago that the Chiefs were getting outscored 89-10 while dropping their first two games of the season.
There's a difference between Sunday's loss at Miami and those...
The Kansas City Chiefs didn't have one of their memorable performances this week as they lost to the Miami Dolphins who got their first win all season.
However, Kansas City running back Dexter McCluster gets high marks for this impressive leap over a Dolphins defender:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Miami Dolphins had been searching for a way to avoid fourth-quarter meltdowns.
After all, they've been building leads all season and watching them disappear in the final period or overtime during a nightmare 0-7 start.
They tried a unique new approach Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, piling up a huge lead over the Chiefs and at last smiling their way...
It's hard to pick out all the items that deserve attention in this week's "Five-Point Blitz."
A 31-3 defeat at home to a team that came in 0-7 puts a lot of issues on the table.
It also brings back memories of the late John McKay, who coached the expansion Tampa Bay Bucs in their inaugural season.
Those hapless Bucs went 0-14.
After one particular awful loss...
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