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Once again, Andy Reid's clock management costs Chiefs

If there's been one constant criticism of Andy Reid over his career, it's been his clock-management skills, or lack thereof. On Sunday, Reid opened himself to even more second-guessing in an 18-17 home loss to Chicago. Trailing 17-12, the Bears were driving against Reid's Kansas City Chiefs and threatening to take the lead with less than a minute left. On a first-and-10, Jay Cutler...
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Chiefs looking to turn season around against Bears

There couldn't be better situation for the Kansas City Chiefs, who will face the woeful Bears in a battle of two 1-3 teams and their seasons hanging in the balance. "Listen, there's a sense of urgency every weekend. That's the way it needs to be," coach Andy Reid said, via the Associated Press. "Whether it was the first week or this week, there's no time to stall, if that's even...
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Chiefs keep Jeff Allen on the bench while the offensive line struggles

Head coach Andy Reid insists he'll start the Chiefs' five best linemen, regardless of position.Reid must not view Jeff Allen as one of those top-five blockers any longer, then.Allen has been active for the Chiefs for two weeks since his return from a summer knee injury. In that span, he's received a grand total of zero starting snaps -- even when Reid tinkers with his starting five...
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Andy Reid still struggling with clock management with the Chiefs

Andy Reid isn't exactly renowned for his mastery of the game clock.The Chiefs' head coach has always struggled with late-game management -- and those struggles popped up again last weekend against the Cincinnati Bengals.Case in point: The Chiefs trailed 14-9 with the ball on the outskirts of the red zone at the two-minute warning. They had two timeouts at their disposal. Reid burned...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

By settling for field goals, Chiefs settle for 1-3 start

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After a lopsided loss in Green Bay, Chiefs coach Andy Reid spent the week placing the blame squarely on his own shoulders, arguing he didn't do a good enough job preparing his players. Well, there was plenty of blame for everyone in Sunday's loss in Cincinnati. There was the offensive line that allowed five sacks. There was the defensive line that let the Bengals...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

A Brief and Obvious Point About Whether Eagle Fans Miss Andy Reid

Door Number Three, PleaseNo, no, a thousand times, no.To review...Reid's teams did not win a playoff game during the Obama Administration. They lost multiple NFC Championship games at home. They routinely fell apart against quality opponents, they endured massive upheaval at QB and defensive coordinator, and they never got better on clock and game management. Reid's teams in Kansas...
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Andy Reid takes blame for play-calling against Green Bay: 'That’s not Alex, that’s me'

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid took the blame for the play-calling in the Monday night loss to Green Bay, saying that it's not quarterback Alex Smith's fault for the dink and dunk that went nowhere. “Alex is doing fine,” Reid said, via “That’s not Alex. That’s me.” “I’ve got to do a better job, particularly with 10 days of getting my team...
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Andy Reid riffs on Belichick quip, invokes ‘on to Cincinnati’

The Kansas City Chiefs took their lumps at Lambeau Field Monday night, losing to the Green Bay Packers by a score 38-28. As is often the case when a head coach is presented with such a loss, Andy Reid stressed the team will not dwell too long on the disappointing events of the evening and instead will immediately switch gears and begin preparing for their upcoming opponent. But...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

This weekend in NFL stupid, feat. Andy Reid and Jamaal Charles

This weekend in NFL stupid is back for a third season, and this year we’re focusing on one extremely stupid winner with an honorable mention or two on a weekly basis. To close out Week 2 of the 2015 regular season, we look back on the team that blew the first game of the weekend. The winner: Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and running back Jamaal Charles This is primarily about one...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid perfect play: 'That’s like a good cheeseburger'

The contest is over. Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has already locked up Quote of the Year for the 2015 NFL season. Reid described the feeling of calling a perfect play on offense, and his comparison is 100 percent genius. Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star provided the moment: “‘That’s a pretty good feeling,’ [Reid] said with a wink. ‘That’s like...
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August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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