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Chiefs will turn to second-year RB Charcandrick West to lead backfield

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that undrafted free agent running back Charcandrick West as the lead back going forward in the wake of Jamaal Charles knee injury. Knile Davis has been the top backup but Reid surprised any by going with West. Quarterback Alex Smith said West was in a good position to take advantage of the opportunity. “Absolutely, without a question," Smith...
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Can Knile Davis replace Jamaal Charles for the Kansas City Chiefs?

The Kansas City Chiefs suffered two huge losses in Week 5 against the Chicago Bears and the future of their 2015 season is very much in doubt. Not only did they lose the game and drop to 1-4 on the season, they also lost star running back Jamaal Charles for the season due to a torn ACL. Knile Davis is the next man up at the running back position for the Chiefs, but can he replace...
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REPORT: Kansas City Chiefs bringing Ben Tate in for workout

The Kansas City Chiefs are going to be without the services of running back Jamaal Charles for potentially the remainder of the season after fears of yet another ACL tear. The Chiefs, with Knile Davis and Charcandrick West as backup options, need another tailback for their next game Sunday in Minnesota, are reportedly calling free agent Ben Tate in for a workout, according to NFL...
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Jay Cutler throws game-winning TD on broken play

Jay Cutler showed incredible poise under pressure in the fourth quarter in Week 5 as the Chicago Bears battled the Kansas City Chiefs, and he saved his best for last. With just 23 seconds left on the clock in the fourth quarter, Cutler hit Matt Forte in the back left portion of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. The play almost never happened, however. Cutler, in the shotgun...
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WATCH: Jamaal Charles suffers non-contact knee injury

The Kansas City Chiefs are holding their breath after running back Jamaal Charles suffered a knee injury on a non-contact play in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears. The star running back was trying to make a cut and planted when his leg gave out. Jamaal Charles went down with a...Read More
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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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Kansas City Chiefs: No need to panic

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports After an undefeated preseason, the Kansas City Chiefs have gotten off to a rocky 1-3 start through the first quarter of the 2015 NFL season. Since 1990, only 24 teams that started the year 1-3 have made the playoffs and only one of those teams made it to the Super Bowl. With the odds against the Chiefs to make something out of this season, there...
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Where did Kansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West come from?

Coming into week 4 against the Bengals, it was widely presumed that Knile Davis, much like the past season, would be Jamaal Charles primary backup.  When Charcandrick West came in the game to spell Charles, it raised questions as to whom West was and to whether he had usurped Davis on the Chiefs depth chart. In total, West rushed the ball 5 times for a total of 17 yards and caught...
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Chiefs' Ben Grubbs: 'In the red zone, we need six points, not three'

Kicker Cairo Santos can't do the heavy lifting for the Kansas City Chiefs.So says guard Ben Grubbs, who knows his team needs to emerge with more touchdowns to turn around their 1-3 record."In the red zone, we've gotta come away with six points, not three, especially against a defense like the Cincinnati Bengals," Grubbs told reporters after Sunday's 36-21 loss. "We've gotta put more...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the Kansas City Chiefs the worst team in the AFC West?

Coming into the season, no one thought that this would be a question that would be getting asked four weeks in.  An argument can easily be made right now, however, that the Kansas City Chiefs, sitting at 1-3 are the worst team in the AFC West. With Denver 4-0 and both the Raiders and Chargers at 2-2, the Chiefs have the worst record in the division and have also suffered a horrible...
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Kansas City Chiefs Set New Record In Loss To Cincinnati Bengals

The Kansas City Chiefs defense was unable to slow the Bengals offensive juggernaut down Sunday, but their offense was slowed down rather often by the Cincinnati defense. In fact seven times the Bengals employed the bend but don't break philosophy allowing the Chiefs to get close enough to get within kicking range.Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos did his best to make the most of what the...
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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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Can the Chiefs offensive line be fixed?

Sep 28, 2015; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Daniels (76) puts pressure on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the fourth quarter at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs have fallen on tough times almost as quickly as an Aaron Rodgers throws touchdown passes. The Green Bay Packers handed the...
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ESPN’s SportsCenter trolls the Chiefs and Jeremy Maclin on Twitter

Jeremy Maclin has been one of the more dynamic receivers in the NFL for a few years, but through two-plus quarters of play on Monday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers, he was an invisible man. ESPN’s SportsCenter Twitter account made a funny, highlighting this very fact. Photographic evidence that Jeremy Maclin is still on the Chiefs. ...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

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