30-to-27: A Defensive Battle Won by Special Teams

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one       30-to-27: A Defensive Battle Won by Special Teams The Sunday Night game featuring the Denver Broncos at home versus the Kansas City Chiefs fully lived up to the expectations of getting flexed on the schedule. Two AFC West rivals, both at 7-3, facing off for what might be the edge needed to make the playoffs or win the division. I haven’t seen a game this good since Game 5 of the 2007-2008 Stanley Cup Finals between the Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins. (The…

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Anatomy of a Touchdown Week 12: Alex Smith’s Miracle at Mile High

Follow @arrowhead_one Anatomy of a Touchdown Week 12: Alex Smith’s Miracle at Mile High Have you recovered yet? My heart rate is still up from the Kansas City Chiefs’ Sunday Night Football victory over the Denver Broncos, and it’s two days later. As I pondered which touchdown I wanted to break down this week for this piece, it occurred to me that trying to do that wouldn’t bring justice to this game. No, somehow I had to do something BIGGER this week. In that vein, I decided to break down…

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Eric Berry: What He Brings To The Team

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Eric Berry: What He Brings To The Team By Frank Leggio & Laddie Morse   After his performance in recent games, I started thinking about the value Eric Berry brings to the defensive backfield and the Kansas City Chiefs overall. As a result, I decided to team up with Laddie Morse to take a look at Berry and see if we can put this into perspective. We will be breaking this down into three sections; the numbers, his leadership, and relative comparisons to his player group.   THE…

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Chiefs Magic in Denver

Follow @arrowhead_one Chiefs Magic in Denver   It was a game for the ages. Fans will be talking about this one, decades from now, and people will say, “I saw that game.” As much as this game was nerve-rattling from the scoreless defensive war of the first quarter to the Chiefs second overtime Field Goal that hit one upright and barely missed the other… this game was magic. The last FG was the equivalent of a 7-10 split on the last shot of a tournament and making it.   Painful…

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Justin Houston, Alex Smith and Tyreek Hill’s Big Day, Doinks and More

Follow @arrowhead_one Justin Houston, Alex Smith and Tyreek Hill’s Big Day, Doinks and More At times it wasn’t pretty. At times it was a work of beauty. At times I was cursing the name of Alex Smith. At times I was screaming about how much I loved him. When the defense had to stop the Denver Broncos, they did. When the offense HAD to get a first down or a score, they did. It was probably the best-coached game head coach Andy Reid has put together since arriving in Kansas…

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ARROWHEADONE CHIEFS WEEK 12: GAME THREAD

Follow @arrowhead_one ARROWHEADONE CHIEFS WEEK 12: GAME THREAD It is finally here. We all circled our calendars before the season began and said this is the game the Chiefs must win to show they are now the new dominant team in the AFC West. The 7-3 Kansas City Chiefs are traveling to meet the 7-3 Broncos in Denver and in some ways the timing could not be worse for the Chiefs. While the strength of Kansas City’s team has been its defense, the onslaught of injuries make them susceptible to…

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Eye in the Sky Report, 11-26-16

Follow @arrowhead_one Eye in the Sky Report, 11-26-16 By John Cooney Senior Staff Writer for Fantasy Football Mastermind   Well, it was bound to happen. This hand-held, play-safe (scared?) style of offense eventually was going to work against the Chiefs and Coach Reid, and it did in week 11. Injuries surely played a part in the 3rd loss of the season, but every team has to deal with health challenges. What is so frustrating about the way Coach Reid maps out a game plan and then calls one is that…

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