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Predictions, Inactives & Links - Chiefs vs. Steelers

Here are your game predictions by the Chiefs PFS Writers:Ryan Tracy @RyanTracyNFLThe Kansas City Chiefs are in for a knock-down, drag-out contest in Pittsburgh. Both teams have potent running backs in Bell and Charles. The game will likely be decided on who can block for their respective back the best.There are several matchups of strength-on-strength and weakness-on-weakness for...
Via Pro Football Spot
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McLendon Could Play Key Role In Stopping Chiefs Running Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a ton on the line in their home game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The team’s chances of clinching a playoff birth largely rest on their ability to stop or at least slow down Kansas City’s potent rushing attack featuring the two-headed monster of Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis. […] McLendon Could Play Key Role In Stopping Chiefs Running...
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A Look Back: Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs 2009

In 2009, the Pittsburgh Steelers were fresh off a Super Bowl victory from the season before, and were high and mighty when they came into Arrowhead Stadium. Ben Roethlisberger had a great game, but when the last whistle blew, the Kansas City Chiefs came through big time. The Chiefs were having another miserable season that would end in a 4-12 record. Matt Cassel was at quarterback...
Via Pro Football Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

With Chiefs' Charles banged up, Davis steps up

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jamaal Charles sprained his ankle against Denver. He had it twisted at a gruesome angle against Arizona. His knee has repeatedly swollen up after games. He took such a blow Sunday against Oakland that he was administered a concussion test on the sideline. Heck, the star running back even hurt himself tripping over a curb while moving out of the dorms when the...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
6 days ago  |  Discuss

3 in the Kee: Jamaal Charles has Santa-like December productivity

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- His head hurts, his ankle's bothering him and he's a walking pincushion every time he steps onto the field. But the only dude more effective in red in December than Jamaal Charles lives at the North Pole. Every fall, we worry about the production and relative health of the Kansas City Chiefs' tailback, and every fall that he has remained active, No. 25 has picked...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Projecting the Outcomes of the Chiefs Final 3 Games

View image | gettyimages.com vs Oakland Raiders: Win Some will claim that the Raiders have a shot, as they did, in fact, beat the Chiefs on Thursday Night when they played in Oakland.  However, it’s a stretch to pick the Raiders once again.  The Chiefs have the upper hand in this game, and I think after hours of film study of that game paired with the fact that the Chiefs...
Via TopSportsReport
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs Injury Update: Jamaal Charles has 'tender' knee

The Kansas City Chiefs offense on a weekly basis revolves around the abilities of RB Jamaal Charles. He is a threat as a rusher, obviously, and leads the team in touchdown receptions with five. Heading into the Chiefs Week 14 contest, Charles was dealing with a bruised knee, but he was able to practice in full all week and be productive once again on Sunday. Following their loss...
Via NFL Injury Report
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jamal Charles blames refs for Chiefs loss

The Kansas City Chiefs had a couple of key calls go against them late in their loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, the most notable of which came on a Travis Kelce fumble. With the Chiefs trailing by three and less than six minutes remaining in the game, Kelce caught a pass for a...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles Appears to be Bent in Half in Massive Gang Tackle

Early in Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals the Kansas City Chiefs got the kind of scare that no team wants to ever get, but especially in December with a playoff berth on the line. Their superstar running back, Jamaal Charles appeared to be bent almost in half after getting gang tackled by the Cardinals defense.Yeah, no amount of yoga or stretching can make that position...
Via FatManWriting
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: What now?

A few weeks ago the Kansas City Chiefs were clicking on all cylinders, but everyone still had their concerns. The worst wide receiving group in the NFL, and an average offensive line has handicapped an offense that at times is like watching paint dry. This is not a jab at Andy Reid, because to be quite frank, Reid has been one of the best coaches around the league this season. Chiefs...
Via isportsweb.com
18 days ago  |  Discuss
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