Posts Tagged ‘Kansas City Chiefs’

Three and out: Gore to lose carries in 2012?

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh expects Kendall Hunter to get more work in 2012. That’s not what Frank Gore owners will want to hear, but it may not be as bad as it sounds.

Countdown to the Super Bowl: 1 day

We are now one day from the Super Bowl. In honor of being a day away, we should pay homage to Super Bowl I and one of the most unforgettable stories in Super Bowl history.

Three and out: Chiefs QB job up for grabs

Matt Cassel’s job in Kansas City might not be safe with the team announcing that they would like a QB competition for next season.

Chiefs’ Crennel feels ‘fortunate’ for second chance

Romeo Crennel considers himself fortunate to have the word “interim” removed from his title and a second shot as an NFL head coach.

Three and out: Starks still uncertain

James Starks’ status for this weekend’s game against the Giants is still up in the air. But that’s probably a good thing for Playoff Challenge owners, since the matchup isn’t an advantageous one.

Three and out: Charles says he’s ‘coming back stronger’

Jamaal Charles says his rehab is going well and tells fantasy owners that he’ll be back stronger and faster next season.

Broncos can claim AFC West with win; Raiders need help

The Broncos’ 40-14 loss to the Bills and the Raiders’ 16-13 overtime victory over the Chiefs tightened the AFC West race.

Three and out: If Peterson’s back, drop Gerhart

Adrian Peterson looks like he’s back, Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t appear to be going anywhere and the Chiefs have no idea where they’re going at QB.

Monday night notes: Chiefs confident in Palko

Time to check in with a few notes on the Chiefs-Patriots matchup Monday night at Gillette Stadium.

Three and out: Vick suffers broken ribs

Injuries to Michael Vick and Jeremy Maclin take things from bad to worse for the Eagles while Frank Gore downplays his knee injury.

Data Points: Unbalanced leaders

On Wednesday, we looked at how the division leaders stack up in terms of total defense. So today we decided to see how the eight first-place teams stack up when you take into account their overall ranking for both total offense and total defense. One thing to note is that there isn’t a great deal of balance among these teams. and only two of the division leaders — the Steelers and Texans — rank in the top 10 of both categories.

First and 10: The Man in the Hat

Tom Landry was a stone-faced icon, a “football god on Earth,” according to Skip Bayless. So what made the legendary Cowboys coach tick? Peel back the mask with Thursday’s premiere of “A Football Life: Tom Landry” on NFL Network.

Data Points: Defenses are not dominating

There was an interesting note this week in the NFL Media research packet pointing out that the top eight teams in the NFL in total defense all come from the AFC. Pretty crazy, considering it used to be that the NFC was known for rugged defense and the AFC was known for high-scoring aerial attacks.

First and 10: Week 8 redux

Watch enhanced replays of the Baltimore Ravens’ thrilling comeback against the Arizona Cardinals, and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ clash with AFC rival New England Tuesday night on NFL Network.

‘Playbook’ mailbag: Risks of bold predictions

We hear a lot of banter from the public about the “Playbook” crew’s picks every week, especially when fans ardently disagree with a choice of a winner.

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