Chiefs: The Peters Prognosis

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Follow @arrowhead_one       The Kansas City Chiefs find themselves in an potentially precarious position. They posses one of the better cornerbacks in the league — over the past three years — yet their defensive backfield just played arguably their best game of the year. If you’re within shouting distance of Kansas City Sports radio then you may already be aware that the subject of Marcus Peters presence on the team has been one of the hottest topics this season. Before the team jumps into what some have called…

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Patrick Mahomes to Start…

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Follow @arrowhead_one       It looks like the quarterback of the future, Patrick Mahomes II, will start for the Kansas City Chiefs… at some point this season. The odds are in his favor. Sure, the season is winding down, so he’s running out of chances, but there is a precedence and a pattern of Chiefs back-up QB stating at least one game each season for the past five years….   In Alex Smith’s first season with the Chiefs in 2013, he started 15 games. Back-up QB Chase Daniel, started…

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The Power of Positive Thinking: How Reid and Berry Fixed The Chiefs

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Ransom Hawthorne is an electrician living in central KS. He's married and has two young boys. Born in KS, and raised in Tucson, Ransom spent his middle school years in southern Mexico.
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Follow @arrowhead_one I’m gonna be honest, I did not see a win against the Oakland Raiders coming. As good as Kansas City Chiefs have been against the division, as bad as Carr has been in Arrowhead, this year’s team just felt different. Chiefs didn‘t look like a team with the talent on defense to stop the Raiders high-powered offense, before we knew Marcus Peters was suspended, let alone after. The offense had been up and down, but their only decent performance recently, had been against a Jets team that stubbornly…

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K.C. (Kinda Consistent) Chiefs: A Box of Chocolates

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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       This week I was watching the game thinking we were maintaining the consistency we had established over the prior six weeks. The team has consistently been inconsistent. Whether it was the offense playing well and then not.  Or, the defense holding the other team out of the end zone in one half and then giving up all kinds of yardage and points in the second half. Or scoring too quickly and scoring all kinds of points the week after we barely hit double digits. It…

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Chiefs in the Hunt

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Follow @arrowhead_one       On Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium, the Kansas City Chiefs manhandled the Oakland Raiders then held on for dear life late in the game. On a day when QB Alex Smith was less than stellar — his quarterback rating was 71.1 on the day compared to his 107.2 rating for the year — the Chiefs remained in the hunt for the AFC West crown because RB Kareem Hunt ran for 116 yards and added another 22 yards receiving.   While the defense also played lights…

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Week 14: Chiefs Host Raiders OPEN THREAD

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Follow @arrowhead_one       Well, it’s come down to this: a bout with the Oakland Raiders for first place. While I would have preferred that the Chiefs run away with the division — like the dish ran away with the spoon — we’ll have to settle for a rigorous episode of Roadrunner, where the Raiders end up dropping an anvil on their own head. I guess I’ve been spending too much time with my grandkids (actually, that’s not possible).   Surprise, surprise, every writer at USAToday is picking the…

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“What Ifs” and the 2017 Draft

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Follow @arrowhead_one       Suddenly, I thought, as if struck by a bolt of lightening, that John Dorsey and Andy Reid began a feud and Dorsey lost.   Suddenly, I thought, trading away hugely important draft picks to obtain Patrick Mahomes II at the 10 spot was absolutely not characteristic of John Dorsey, his view of the draft, his due diligence and he certainly wasn’t going to improve the team in 2017 and possibly even 2018.   Whether that’s true or not, what is true is the missed opportunities…

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