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In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to get you caught up on all things Kansas City Chiefs, along with national featured columns you may enjoy. Kansas City Chiefs - The good, bad and ugly of KC’s meltdown in Indy. (READ) - 5 Downs: What’s next for the Chiefs? (READ) - Is Alex Smith worth an extension? (READ) - The Chiefs’ five biggest offseason needs. (READ) - A Chief is a Hall of Fame finalist. (READ) - Lawsuit by Belcher’s mom latest off field issue. (READ) National Columns - Grading the eight remaining teams. This week’s Power Rankings. (READ) - Johnny Football throws his name into the NFL Draft hat. (READ) - Buck Stanton admires the work of Johnny Manziel. Especially his off-the-field exploits. (READ) - Alexis Perry has the four weekend playoff games all figured out. (READ) Make sure you follow @cover32_KC and @cover32_NFL on Twitter for all the latest breaking news, columns, blogs and features from the Chiefs and the entire NFL. You may also be interested in:Weekly Rewind: Chiefs’ melt down in Indy, Alex Smith extension, moreShould Chiefs fans root for the Chargers or Broncos?An offseason look at a division rival
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