Found October 28, 2011 on
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Wallace Gilberry talked about the San Diego Chargers' quarterback and running backs and playing Monday Night Football on Halloween after practice on Friday.
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After turning in an impressive 2010 campaign, most of us knew the Chiefs were somewhat of a pretender. Very few expected Kansas City to come out this season and enjoy the type of success they had a year ago. When Jamaal Charles went down with a season-ending injury, common sense would tell you the Chiefs [...]
There was a running joke among Chiefs fans about Dustin Colquitt for a few years before Jamaal Charles emerged as the one of the best running backs in the NFL, before Dwayne Bowe took his place among the most dynamic and dangerous wide receivers, before Matt Cassel threw 27 touchdowns and only seven interceptions on his way to a surprising AFC West title last year. But like all good...
At the beginning of the month, the Kansas City Chiefs were 0-3, had been outscored by opponents by 92 points and were facing a season without their best offensive and defensive players, who were lost to injury. With a start like that, it's no wonder head coach Todd Haley didn't feel like shaving.
So the third-year coach kept the stubble before Kansas City's fourth game...
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-2) at KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-3)Monday, 8:30 P.M., ET, ESPN, SIRIUS (SD 92, KC 93)
Why Watch It's Monday Night Football. It's an AFC West game between perennial contender San Diego and Kansas City, a team left for dead two weeks ago. And each team wants to pretend it's something it's not. How appropriate it is to play on Halloween.