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Just how good are the 2014 Kansas City Chiefs exactly?

It’s time to call a spade and spade and say exactly what this Kansas City Chiefs team is. They’re good. No, quarterback Alex Smith isn’t throwing 300 yards and three touchdowns per game. He doesn’t have to. No, running back Jamaal Charles isn’t rushing for 100 yards every game. He doesn’t have to. It’s true that a Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver has yet to find the...
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Anatomy of a touchdown: How Jamaal Charles broke the Chiefs’ rushing record

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you’re well aware by now that Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles vaulted himself—literally—into the history books by becoming the top rusher in team history. It all went down in a nail-biting division matchup with the Chiefs’ rival San Diego Chargers this past Sunday. This week, we’ll take a look...
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Jamaal Charles: ‘I was seeing light bulbs,’ but ‘I didn’t have a concussion’

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles violently collided with Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers in the end zone on Sunday that sent both players to the turf.  Flowers left the game with a concussion, but Charles kept playing. Charles admitted on ESPN Radio that he was seeing flashing lights after the hit. “It definitely hurt,” Charles said, via “It’s like, I woke...
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Jamaal Charles admits he hid concussion symptoms

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles took a huge hit from San Diego Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers as he was crossing the goal line on a first-half touchdown run Sunday. Flowers had to leave the game with a concussion, but Charles didn’t miss any plays. Did he hide concussion symptoms? During an interview with...Read More
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Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles: I Didn’t Want to Go Through Concussion Protocol

When Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles scored a 16-yard rushing touchdown against the Chargers on Sunday, it didn’t come without a price. Charles was got absolutely laid out by San Diego’s Brandon Flowers, but popped right up after the hit and stayed in for the remainder of the game. Flowers left the game with a concussion. Now it appears that Charles should have...
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Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles set a record in yesterday’s win against Chargers

Yesterday became the first time Kansas City Chiefs starting running back Jamaal Charles won a game at Qualcomm Stadium in his seven year career. While he was excited to get that win, he was able to also set a record in the game. Charles also broke the Chiefs’ career record for rushing yardage. He had […] The post Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles set a record in yesterday’s win against...
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VIDEO: Jamaal Charles becomes Chiefs’ all-time leading rusher on huge TD run

Not only did Jamaal Charles just tear apart the Chargers defense like he was in a video game, but he also became the Chiefs’ all-time leading rusher on this run. VINE – Jamaal Charles takes a HUGE hit but gets the TD #KCvsSD — FanSided GIF (@FanSidedGIF) October 19, 2014 With that 16-yard touchdown, Jamaal Charles has passed Priest Holmes (6,070 yds...
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VIDEO: Jamaal Charles is hilarious in new Buffalo Wild Wings commercial

If you’ve seen a football game at any level over the last couple years you’ve probably seen the Buffalo Wild Wings commercial where they force overtime by pulling all kinds of pranks on the field: Recently they shot a kind of sequel to that one, which starred Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles, who is pretty funny as it turns out. Take a look: Well done, Jamaal...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Quarter season recap

The Kansas City Chiefs started the 2014 NFL season off in less than stellar fashion. Andy Reid started the season off by ignoring one of the best running backs in the NFL in Jamaal Charles, Alex Smith threw more passes to the other team than his own, and the defense was in shambles due to injuries. Since that 0-2 start, Reid and company have weathered the storm and turned the ship...
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