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Old 12-30-2010, 11:33 AM   #1
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"Chiefs Will": The Kansas City Chiefs



"CHIEFS WILL"
The Kansas City Chiefs Story

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Old 12-30-2010, 01:35 PM   #2
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2010-11 Season Outlook

The Kansas City Chiefs look for a marked improvement over a 4-12 2009 campaign. The Chiefs put together what looks to be one of the best draft classes of 2010, drafting safety Eric Berry, RB/WR Dexter McCluster and TE Tony Moeaki in the early rounds. All three players will likely make an immediate impact.

The Chiefs' offense will continue to rely on the run game. Jamaal Charles had an explosive second half of 2009 after KC parted ways with veteran Larry Johnson. In order to keep Charles' legs fresh throughout the season, GM Scott Pioli brought in Thomas Jones, the tough veteran who will be asked to grind out tough yards. The wildcard McCluster will be used in a variety of ways and should keep defenses guessing.

The Chiefs' defense is extremely young and inexperienced, but the potential is there to have a solid season. KC will be looking for positive growth from their two young highly touted defensive lineman, Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson. The secondary, anchored by rising star Brandon Flowers, got a shot of talent with the additions of Berry and Javier Arenas. These three players will be hoping to make big plays and force turnovers.

Overall, the Chiefs should expect to finish the season at or slightly above the .500 mark. The AFC West is not particularly strong, but the Chargers may have one the most talented team in the AFC. KC will get to test the waters against San Diego right away in their week 1 matchup.
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Old 12-30-2010, 01:46 PM   #3
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Preseason Results



The Chiefs finished 1-3 in the preseason, but head coach Todd Haley made clear that the wins and losses were not the true measure of progress in the preseason.

"It's always nice to win games in the preseason, but more importantly I look for how we are progressing both individually and as offensive, defensive and special teams units," Haley said. "We have made some nice progress so far."

The Chiefs got through the preseason in good shape from an injury standpoint. The only injury was to RT Ryan O'Callaghan, who suffered a torn hamstring and is expected to be out for the first three weeks of the regular season.

Fans around Kansas City are already starting to wonder if Matt Cassel is the long-term solution at quarterback. Though Cassel did not play poorly in the preseason by any means, backup Brodie Croyle made some spectacular throws that caught the eye of fans and coaches.



"Matt is our #1 quarterback, no question," offensive coordinator Charlie Weis said. "But it is nice to see Brodie step in and do a great job when he was given an opportunity."

The Chiefs young defense struggled, failing to hold an opponent to less than 21 points.

"That's just a lot of inexperience," defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel said. "We've progressed a lot since training camp and will be ready to go against the Chargers."
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Saints QB Daniel, Vikings RB Gerhart Impress in Preseason

New Orleans Saints backup QB and former Mizzou Tigers star Chase Daniel has had an outstanding preseason, throwing for 806 yards and seven touchdowns in the four preseason games.

"Drew [Brees] has really helped me out a lot on how to read NFL defenses," Daniel said. "I'm starting to feel very comfortable."



Minnesota Vikings rookie RB Toby Gerhart was also benefited from All-Pro tutelage, running for the second most yards in the preseason, behind Titans superfreak Chris Johnson.

"AP has taken me under his wing and showed me how he prepares both in conditioning and in the film room," Gerhart said.

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Old 12-30-2010, 10:42 PM   #5
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Week 1 Preview
San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs

The citizens of Kansas City are enthusiastic about hosting a season-opening Monday Night Football showdown between the visiting rival San Diego Chargers and their Chiefs.

This first week is crucial for the young Chiefs. A win here would give the team some confidence and energy that could allow them to have a successful year; a bad loss may deflate the team before it has a chance to get going and may lead to the type of season we saw last year from KC.

The Chargers, on the other hand, are notorious for their slow starts. Vincent Jackson will play after signing a contract just before training camp was over, but he will likely be less than sharp. If the Chargers deliver a focused and motivate performance, this is a game they will likely win.

One of the keys for San Diego will be stopping the Chiefs' rushing attack. It is no secret that KC will want to run the ball early and often, protecting Matt Cassel against a good defensive line and an inconsistent, undertalented wide receiver corps. If the Chargers can slow down the tandem of Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones, it will be tough for the Chiefs to win.

In his first career start, Kansas City safety Eric Berry will be asked to lock up the league's best tight end, Antonio Gates. Philip Rivers will likely look to take advantage of this matchup all night long.

The crowd will be electric, the young Chiefs will be pumped, but ultimately the Chargers are still the team to beat in the AFC West and should expect to win this game.
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good luck with your dynasty.. being a chiefs fan ill be checkin in on this one. crazy year we have had..
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Old 02-21-2011, 11:31 PM   #7
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With less than a minute to go, Kansas City Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop had kicked the go-ahead field goal that had the sidelines celebrating, the fans believing and the sportswriters taking note.

Only problem was, Philip Rivers was on the other sideline, waiting for his chance to crush everything the Chiefs had earned.

Just 39 seconds later, Rivers' work was done and a raucous Arrowhead Stadium fell silent.

27-23, Chargers.

It may be just one game, but a win against the mainstay at the top of the AFC West could have propelled the Chiefs to a fast start.

Now...

"It's just one game," head coach Todd Haley said. "We've got a long way to go."

Sep 13, 2010 - SD at KC
TEAM1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
San Diego Chargers (1-0)01071027
Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)6140323
Team Stats Comparison
SDKC
499Total Offense182
107Rushing Yards102
392Passing Yards80
24First Downs4
38Punt Return Yards0
115Kick Return Yards78
652Total Yards260
3Turnovers0
6-133rd Down Converstion3-12
0-04th Down Conversion0-0
0-02-Point Conversion0-0
1-2Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0-0
5-60Penalties4-36
40:59Posession Time15:01
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSDKC
12:59(KC) J. Charles 75 yard run (missed kick)06
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSDKC
13:47(SD) M. Floyd 26 yard pass from P. Rivers (N. Kaeding kick)76
4:05(SD) N. Kaeding 25 Yd FG106
1:40(KC) T. Jackson returned fumble 89 yards (Succop kick)1013
0:14(KC) J. Arenas returned interception 35 yards (Succop kick)1020
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSDKC
2:26(SD) J. Hester 5 yard pass from Rivers (Kaeding kick)1720
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSDKC
12:34(SD) Kaeding 35 Yd FG2020
0:59(KC) Succop 45 Yd FG2023
0:20(SD) Floyd 43 Yd pass from Rivers (Kaeding kick)2723
San Diego Chargers Boxscore
PASSINGRATINGC/ATTYDSTD/INTAVG
Rivers95.725/424043/29.6
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
Mathews22683.0012
Tolbert3227.3012
Hester2178.5010
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
Gates610617.6025
Floyd614323.8243
Naanee56112.2018
Jackson46015.0028
Hester155.015
Sproles133.003
Tolbert166.006
Mathews12626.0026
DEFENSIVETACKSACKINTPDEFTD
Garay50000
Cooper40000
Phillips30000
Butler20000
Crayton20000
Gregory40000
Cason20020
Strickland20000
KICKINGFGM/APCTLONGXPM/APTS
Kaeding2/450363/39
PUNTINGPUNTSYDSAVGIN20TB
Scifres21165810
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
Sproles511523.0270
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
Sproles33812.6170
Kansas City Chiefs Boxscore
PASSINGRATINGC/ATTYDSTD/INTAVG
Cassel53.58/20870/04.3
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
Charles58316.6175
Jones1490.6010
Cassel11010.0010
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
Bowe56813.6022
Cox1-2-2.000
Copper11717.0017
Chambers144.004
DEFENSIVETACKSACKINTPDEFTD
Berry90020
Flowers70120
Arenas80101
Hali110000
Studebaker30000
Johnson41000
Smith41000
Edwards20000
Dorsey30000
Carr20010
Jackson30001
KICKINGFGM/APCTLONGXPM/APTS
Succop1/1100462/35
PUNTINGPUNTSYDSAVGIN20TB
Colquitt728640.820
KICK RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
Arenas36622230
Pope11212120
PUNT RETURNINGRETYDSAVGLONGTD
Arenas10000
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Patriots 34, Bengals 17
Jaguars 30, Broncos 13
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Panthers 28, Giants 17
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Rams 31, Cardinals 20
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